Illinois Wesleyan's Center for Human Rights and Social Justice provides summer opportunities for students to actively support human rights efforts around the world.
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Brandon Common has been named director of the newly renamed Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Illinois Wesleyan.
Illinois Wesleyan's athletes, coaches and administration embrace the University's long-standing relationship with Special Olympics Illinois, and were recognized among the agency's 2014 "Heroes."
Katya Kobrina '12 is sharing a six-month, 20-country travel adventure from London to South Africa to spread a positive message about veganism.
This year's Summer Reading Program selection will engage incoming students in discussing an award-winning novel about Mexican Americans, with themes related to diversity and social justice in a global society.
Illinois Wesleyan's Teddy O. Amoloza has received a distinguished service award from ASIANetwork, a consortium of liberal arts institutions, for her three-term leadership as executive director.
Students in an Illinois Wesleyan University global health course have raised more than $1,000 for clean water and sanitation initiatives in developing countries.
Lexia Swope '15 and Julie Lewis '16 were named Weir Fellows for launching community projects aimed, respectively, at promoting healthy lifestyles and music lessons among local youth.
Volunteering Illinois Wesleyan students spent their spring breaks doing service projects at a Lakota Sioux tribe settlement in South Dakota, and in Albany, Ga., with Habitat for Humanity's Collegiate Challenge.
Nick Turse, author of Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam, will speak on Monday, April 7.