Campus Community Celebrates Holidays
Photo Gallery: The Illinois Wesleyan community celebrated the holiday season with events including Light the Night, a Kwanzaa Dinner, and the Christmas Choral Concert.
Campus Organizations - and Dogs - Help Relieve Final Exam Stress
Several Illinois Wesleyan organizations - with assistance from some friendly canines - are working to reduce stress across campus as students embark on final exams.
Plunkett '21 Awarded Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant
German and international studies double major Maeve Plunkett '21 is one of 25 students nationally who has been awarded a $1,000 Study Abroad Grant from Phi Kappa Phi.
Homefield Energy Helps Replace Campus Trees Lost to Emerald Ash Borer
Homefield Energy is donating 12 trees to assist with replacing campus trees lost due to the spread of the emerald ash borer.
"Strata" and "City and Empire" to Be Displayed in Art Galleries
From Oct. 29 through Dec. 10, the Illinois Wesleyan Ames School of Art will feature the work of Heather Brammeier, Kathleen Gerber, Lindy Ihrman, Lori Nix and Leslie Speicher.
Campus Organizations – and Dogs – Help Relieve Final Exam Stress
With assistance from some friendly canines, campus organizations have planned a series of events to help reduce stress as students embark on final exams.
Faculty to Present "Lunch and Learn" Talks
IWU faculty members Ray Wilson, Abigail Kerr and Tyler Schwend will host community presentations throughout the spring semester, discussing topics in their areas of study.
Ames Library to Feature Exhibit on Native People's Health and Culture
The winner of a National Library of Medicine and American Library Association competition, IWU will host "Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness."