Makerspace to Open at IWU this Fall
Whether working on a class project, creating handmade presents, or trying a new skill, Illinois Wesleyan students can get creative at the new Makerspace, set to open this fall.
Collaboration with Habitat for Humanity Enters 25th Year
Illinois Wesleyan's upcoming annual Mission Day, on Friday, Aug. 24, will mark the 25th anniversary of the campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
Rosetta Clay to Lead Office of Alumni Engagement
Rosetta Clay has been named assistant vice president of engagement at Illinois Wesleyan. Clay brings to the position over a decade of experience in alumni relations.
Student, Faculty and Alumni Bring Aid to Kenyan Health Clinic
An IWU student, faculty member and two alumni spent a week at the Lamu Center of Preventative Health in Kenya, where they provided free eye care to patients in need.
Private Guitar and String Lessons Offered
The String Preparatory Department at Illinois Wesleyan is currently enrolling students for private lessons on violin, viola, cello, double bass and guitar. Fall semester lessons begin on Aug. 23.
Turning Titan: New Student Orientation
Illinois Wesleyan welcomes new students for a week of activities allowing them to get acquainted with campus, sign up for classes, meet with their advisor, their Titan Orientation Leader, and much more.
IWU Holds Annual RSO Fair
Illinois Wesleyan will hold its annual Registered Student Organization (RSO) Fair on Thursday, Aug. 30 at 4 p.m. at the Eckley Quadrangle.
McHugh '82 To Perform Parents Must Be Dead
Illinois Wesleyan theatre alum Christine McHugh '82 will perform a solo spoken memoir piece Parents Must Be Dead on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 4 p.m. at Presser Hall's Westbrook Auditorium.