The Whole World is Texting: Youth Protest in the Information Age, edited and with chapters by Wesleyan's Irv Epstein, explores how protest is shaped by electronic and social media.
Stories of Titans Carrying Our Strategic Initiatives into Action
Students with internships this summer in the Philippines, Hong Kong and Tokyo are sharing their observations and travel adventures through blogs.
More than 1,300 Bloomington-Normal youth were honored at the annual Minority Academic Achievement Recognition Ceremony, co-hosted by Illinois Wesleyan University.
Illinois Wesleyan, a founding member of the Scholars at Risk Network, is among institutions calling attention to a new report that scholars in higher education around the world suffer violent and coercive attacks with alarming frequency.
Illinois Wesleyan students from all over the world have lived together in the grand mansion known as the International House, or I-House -- and some go on to forge international families of their own.
Avery Amerson '17, a leader of the IWU Pride Alliance, was awarded a scholarship from the National Society of Leadership and Success.
Thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Freeman Foundation, 17 Illinois Wesleyan students are headed to Asia for internship opportunities this summer and fall.
Illinois Wesleyan students from China volunteered to help sixth graders at Thomas Metcalf School in Normal learn Standard Chinese, also known as Mandarin.
Four new Illinois Wesleyan graduates have won competitive positions to teach in Japan starting this fall, one at Technos College in Tokyo and three with the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Program.
Students raised funds to help fight malaria in sub-Saharan Africa -- enough to provide 100 nets for a community of 200 people -- by organizing a pick-up basketball tournament, a bake sale and other activities.