Students Seek to "Boost" Self-Esteem
Students at Illinois Wesleyan got a "boost" by participating in a variety of activities designed to raise awareness of the importance of self-esteem and positive body image.
State Farm Scholars Offer Thanks for Scholarships
Students who attend Illinois Wesleyan with scholarships funded by the State Farm Companies Foundation offered thanks, while representatives heard personal stories of the impact of their support.
Students “Thank a Giver” for Financial Support
Thank A Giver (TAG) Day, marking the symbolic point in the academic year when tuition dollars run out, gives the campus community an opportunity to celebrate Illinois Wesleyan ’s donors and their impact.
Sweeney '17 Named Outstanding Marketing Student
Jack T. Sweeney '17, whose leadership roles on campus include president of the American Marketing Association chapter, will be honored for his many contributions.
Fifth Annual Human Rights Undergraduate Research Workshop
The Center for Human Rights and Social Justice will host a student research workshop Feb. 24-26, with a keynote address on "White Talk, Social Justice, and Ignorance."
School of Theatre Arts to Present The Crucible
Arthur Miller's classic The Crucible, a dramatized account of the Salem witch trials, will be performed Feb. 21-26 at the Jerome Mirza Theatre in McPherson Hall.
Zakaria to Speak on Honor Killings
Rafia Zakaria, a prominent attorney and former board member of Amnesty International USA, will speak on "Honor Killing: How Telling the Stories Does Not End the Crimes."
Council for IWU Women to Host Annual Summit
The Council for IWU Women, an alumni group that supports the personal and professional development of female students, faculty, staff and each other, will host its annual summit March 3-4.