Four Illinois Wesleyan students have received fellowships supporting their work on collaborative efforts in the community.
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The Veggie Bike was created by Alex Kim '12 to aid the IWU Peace Garden in promoting community connection and making produce accessible to more people.
Stephanie Carlson '15 has been selected to study at Pembroke College, Oxford University, England, next fall.
Emily Bailey '14 is studying abroad this semester in Dublin, where she is writing a blog for IES Abroad.
Junior accounting major Matt LaLonde interned in KPMG's Paris office as part of the firm's Global Internship Program.
Illinois Wesleyan students will volunteer during spring break to build homes in Laredo, Texas as part of Habitat for Humanity's Collegiate Challenge program.
Founders' Day speaker Allen C. Guelzo contends that the primary goal of emancipation was a return to democracy and revolt against the aristocratic habits promoted by slavery.
At Founders' Day Convocation on Feb. 27, scholar Allen C. Guelzo will speak in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Invoking the words and ideals of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his 1966 visit to Wesleyan, a campus teach-in explored human rights issues related to prison reform and political prisoners.
Three Illinois Wesleyan University students are among recipients of the Benjamin A. Gilman scholarship for studying abroad this spring.