Based on their commitment to service and efforts to improve the community, six Illinois Wesleyan students will be recognized at the second annual Extraordinary Ordinary Men of the Year Awards.
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Illinois Wesleyan is celebrating Banned Books Week, culminating with a talk and theatre presentations on "Censorship for Religious Reasons: From the Bible to Harry Potter."
Todd Zoellick '00 has donated funds to allow the Action Research Center to offer the Zoellick Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship to IWU students.
The Betty Ritchie-Birrer Endowed Study Abroad Fund has provided funds for two new Study Abroad Scholarships, one of three endowed gifts that Ritchie-Birrer has established for IWU students this year.
Students, staff and faculty worked together to carry out a shift to single-stream recycling, which will simplify recycling on campus.
Eileen Galvez has been named Illinois Wesleyan's assistant director of Multicultural Student Affairs.
Taylar (Kuzniar) Klouda '07 joins the trend of Found Object Costuming, creating green-friendly designs from common household items.
Cathy Geehan '14 and Amanda Watts '14 completed summer internships at prestigious international organizations through the University's newly established Center for Human Rights and Social Justice.
Warren St. John, journalist and acclaimed author of the summer reading selection Outcasts United, will speak at President's Convocation on Sept. 4.
From remote mountaintops -- to job interviews -- to the world's busiest pedestrian intersection in Tokyo, Titans shared the most unexpected places they've found each other.