Ghadiri '10 Authors Law to Protect Domestic Violence Survivors
Chicago attorney and IWU alum Sara Ghadiri '10 expanded protections for survivors of domestic abuse and stalking by revising current laws surrounding legal name changes.
Acacia Fraternity Honored for Philanthropy and Service
Illinois Wesleyan's chapter of Acacia has received the fraternity's biennial Excellence in Human Service Planning award, in recognition of its many on-campus philanthropy events.
Isani '11 Authors Book on Muslims and International Government
IWU alum Mujtaba Ali Isani '11 delves into Muslim attitudes toward the legitimacy of global government in his book Muslim Public Opinion Toward the International Order.
International Office Launches New Study Abroad Website
With over half of IWU students travelling abroad to study, work or conduct research, the International Office has streamlined the process of finding and applying for opportunities.
IWU to Host First International Day of Peace Conference
Featuring film screenings, live performances and panels over the course of two days, the IWU Peace Fellows will host a peace conference through Saturday, Sept. 22.
Illinois Wesleyan invites Titan families to Family Weekend, Sept. 21-23. On-site registration is $15 per individual and includes evening entertainment, late night pizza and lunch.
Poet and Activist Denice Frohman to Visit IWU
Award-winning viral poet Denice Frohman will perform at Illinois Wesleyan on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. in the Young Main Lounge of the Memorial Center.
Art Exhibits Feature Works by Alum and School of Art Faculty
The Merwin and Wakeley Galleries are featuring the work of internationally celebrated painter and lithographer Dorothea Bilder '62 and art faculty Grace Sheese.