In a volunteer program spearheaded by Courtney Balk ’13, Illinois Wesleyan students offer free music lessons to area youth at the Boys & Girls Club.
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Three faculty and staff leaders and 21 students spent Spring Break volunteering with the Appalachian Service Project in Chavies, Kentucky. Julia Savich '16 gives a first-person account.
Influential independent filmmaker, screenwriter and author John Sayles and his longtime collaborator Maggie Renzi will visit Illinois Wesleyan to cap off a weeklong festival of their films.
Illinois Wesleyan's Action Research Center named five students as winners of the Elizabeth Weir Fellowship, rewarding them for projects with community impact.
A delegation from Beijing Union University will visit campus in a faculty-student exchange, participating in a musical performance and Lunar New Year celebration.
Student leaders of the College Republicans and College Democrats faced off in a MLK Day debate about Voter ID laws -- while living together amiably as campus roommates.
Illinois Wesleyan will host the 25th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday Gospel Festival on Monday, Jan. 19.
The annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Teach-In will examine voting rights, including a debate between College Republicans and College Democrats on whether Illinois should adopt a voter ID law.
Music composed by Katie Bregman '14 was selected for a new documentary on youth with incarcerated parents - combining her twin passions of music and social justice.
Illinois Wesleyan was named to the 2014 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the University's fifth consecutive year to be honored.