Actor and author Jesse Eisenberg impressed students with his wit, warmth and writing talent during a packed day of appearances Oct. 26 at Illinois Wesleyan.
Stories of Titans Carrying Our Strategic Initiatives into Action
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $480,000 grant to a team of five researchers including Wesleyan's William Munro, also providing support for the active participation of undergraduate students.
Academy Award-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg will speak about his debut story collection, Bream Gives Me Hiccups, at 7 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Hansen Student Center. The event will be live-streamed and viewable afterward on demand.
Approaching Halloween's season of indulgence, the professor who teaches "The Social History of a Candy Bar" at Illinois Wesleyan has good news for those who love a particular chocolate treat.
The half-acre Peace Garden just north of campus is a place where students in health, environmental studies, social justice, sustainability and other courses put their knowledge into practice.
A new book by alumnus Eric Gardner '89, Black Print Unbound: The Christian Recorder, African American Literature, and Periodical Culture, explores the lives of subscribers to the country's oldest black periodical.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei said the United States needs to be willing to negotiate to reduce threats to world peace. Coverage of his campus visit included WGLT Radio and The Pantagraph.
As part of the Stevenson Lecture Series, Mohamed ElBaradei will give a master class at Illinois Wesleyan on Sept. 30 before speaking that evening at Illinois State University.
Our newest Titans come to Illinois Wesleyan with a variety of talents and skills, from small towns in Illinois to megacities in China and Pakistan. We introduce a few of them.
Titans gave 42,775 community engagement hours in the 2014-15 academic year. If you put a dollar value on the hours, that’s more than $1 million worth of service to the community.