Student groups, athletic teams and individuals were honored along with faculty, staff and community partners at Illinois Wesleyan's fifth annual Civic Engagement Banquet.
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Illinois Wesleyan's series of Queer Lives programs won recognition from the Gender and Sexuality Knowledge Community of NASPA, the professional organization of student affairs administrators in higher education.
Felipe Calderón, recognized for leading Mexico's economic recovery and providing international leadership in sustainable development, will speak at Illinois Wesleyan on March 23.
The Honorable Gro Brundtland, the first female prime minister of Norway and former director-general of the World Health Organization, will speak on sustainable development and climate change on April 13.
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.
Mona Hanna-Attisha, who has become a national figure in the ongoing Flint water crisis, will present Illinois Wesleyan's Founders' Day address on Feb. 15.
Illinois Wesleyan's study abroad photo contest offers students returning from abroad a chance to visually share their life-altering experiences.
The 27th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday Gospel Festival will feature performances by some of the area's leading gospel groups.
Barbara Smith, who has sparked national dialogue on the intersections of race, class, sexuality and gender, will speak at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Teach-In.
Dozens of students and faculty members came together to write letters at Amnesty International's annual Write for Rights event, petitioning on behalf of individuals around the globe.