Illinois Wesleyan welcomed approximately 420 new students in one of its most diverse entering classes for a week of Turning Titan orientation activities beginning Aug. 22.
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Award-winning author Jelani Cobb will speak on "The Half-Life of Freedom: Race and Justice in America Today" at Illinois Wesleyan's President's Convocation on Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Selected Illinois Wesleyan students completed a Summer Enrichment Program this summer, remaining on campus for workshops, speakers, service projects, and an internship at a local business or non-profit organization.
Carl Teichman, a 1980 alumnus and director of government and community relations at Illinois Wesleyan, was named Citizen of the Year by the Town of Normal.
The University community is reading Ta-Nehisi Coates' award-winning book, which challenges conceptions of race in America, for its Summer Reading Program.
Crystal Ocampo-Fernandez made seven presentations on her scholarship-supported semester in Russia to nearly 200 students at her high school alma mater.
Illinois Wesleyan's semiannual study abroad photo contest is an opportunity to see the wider world through the eyes of our students -- with its challenge, magic and discovery.
April was full throttle toward the end of the academic year -- presentations, performances, celebrations, competitions, playing, living. So stop for just a moment, and have a look at our month in photos.
With efforts including their own "Hungry Games," students in a global health course have raised more than $1,000 to build fish ponds for global communities in need.
Senior Evan Mok-Lamme has been awarded the 2017 Technos International Prize, recognizing a student who has excelled academically and has contributed to broadening international awareness and understanding.