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.
Ivanov Named American Prize Conducting Finalist
Lev Ivanov, who conducts the Illinois Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra, is a finalist in The American Prize national competition in the performing arts.
Phi Beta Kappa Scholar to Speak on Frederick Douglass & Photography
Yale professor Laura Wexler will explore Frederick Douglass' hope for the role of photography – then a new invention – in fostering a more democratic society after the Civil War.
Concerto-Aria Concert to Feature Student Soloists
The Illinois Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra (IWSO) will present the annual Henry Charles Memorial Concerto-Aria Concert, featuring seven student winners of the Concerto-Aria competition.
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.
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."
Classical Guitarist to Give Faculty Recital
Faculty member Mark Anderson will perform at Westbrook Auditorium.