Jenny Prochotsky '16 has organized a gleaning project to distribute free fresh produce at pop-up produce stands in west Bloomington's food desert.
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Inspired by the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Illinois Wesleyan has adopted "Walls and Bridges" as the intellectual theme for the academic year.
A collaborative series of Thursday night programs will address diversity and invite dialogue in ways that emphasize the importance of dignity for all people.
The Bloomington-Normal Sister Cities Mikoshi, a Shinto shrine donated by Asahikawa, Hokkaido, Japan, now has a permanent home at Illinois Wesleyan.
In her third experience delivering international healthcare, Hannah Smith spent three weeks this summer as a midwifery intern at Mount Meru Regional Hospital in Arusha, Tanzania.
The largest new class of international students in University history are getting acclimated to life on campus.
Shining light on the complexities of homelessness in the Bloomington area was the main project of 12 Illinois Wesleyan students participating in the Summer Enrichment Program.
History major Chris Tatara found rewarding summer work with Scholars at Risk, knowing he was defending human rights and making a difference in the world.
International Studies major Olive-Kemi Adeleye learned about the need for incorporating human rights education into school curricula during her summer internship.
Illinois Wesleyan's Center for Human Rights and Social Justice provides summer opportunities for students to actively support human rights efforts around the world.