Alumna Charlene Carruthers '07, a nationally recognized voice on racial justice, will be the keynote speaker at a summit bringing together the community and scholars on contemporary racism.
Stories of Titans Carrying Our Strategic Initiatives into Action
Illinois Wesleyan is partnering with The Posse Foundation, a national college access and leadership development program, to recruit high-achieving high school students from the New Orleans area.
Students raised more than $1,000 in less than two weeks to support clean water and microfinance projects in Central America and Africa through Global Brigades' Sustainable Transition Fund.
Separate research into the economic impact of local attractions by seniors Arica Williams and Tyler Stacey yielded much-cited results -- and helped launch their careers.
Meaghan Mormann '16 has been awarded the 2016 Technos International Prize, which recognizes a student who has excelled academically and contributed to broadening international awareness and understanding.
Student groups, athletic teams and individuals were honored along with faculty, staff and community partners at the recent Civic Engagement Banquet.
Julia Savich '16 offers a first-person account of this year's Alternative Spring Break at Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
Brandon Common, who has led the Office of Diversity and Inclusion since 2014, has been promoted to Assistant Dean of Students for Campus Life at Illinois Wesleyan.
A proposal from senior Julie Lewis to build up to 25 benches for bus stops in Bloomington is the winner of the Zoellick Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship at Illinois Wesleyan.
Ruth Tadesse '19 has been introducing local children to her Ethiopian culture, along with Titan classmates who present stories, songs, dances and crafts from various countries on Saturdays at the Bloomington Public Library.