The Hollywood Reporter
DreamWorks Animation's Bill Damaschke '85 touted the cast, including Stephen Colbert and Allison Janney, who will lend their voices to the upcoming Mr. Peabody.
Three Illinois Wesleyan students and a recent graduate are riding across the United States to support the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Seven-time All-Star Jack Sikma '77 is looking to be a head coach in the NBA.
(LaSalle) News Tribune
New graduate Kirsten Andersen '12 is directing a theater camp in Princeton.
Professor of Physics Linda French discussed the discovery that the Milky Way is on a 4-billion-year collision course with the Andromeda galaxy.
Actors, teachers and motivators Pat '64 and Bruce White '65 were featured in the "Interesting People" interview series.
Renovations are under way at Hansen Student Center.
Morris Daily Herald
For his excellence in teaching, Joseph Corsello '59 will be the sole national recipient of the 2012 Dolly Parton Chasing Rainbows Award.
Wesleyan economist Michael Seeborg discussed the benefits of the YouthBuild program for high school dropouts.
Richard Jenkins '69 was touted among an "impressive cast" for Lullaby, the latest of his seven recent roles in films involving Hollywood legends such as Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Robert Redford.