When the Beatles burst onto the Ed Sullivan Show and the world stage 50 years ago, it was an event that unified an entire culture, says Wesleyan's Michael Weis.
Stories of Titans Carrying Our Strategic Initiatives into Action
Retiring History Professor Paul Bushnell worked for change both at Illinois Wesleyan and in the Civil Rights Movement, as featured in the Winter IWU Magazine.
Guest speaker Sandra Babcock will address how the international movement against the death penalty will affect American laws in a talk, "Global Politics, Morality and the Declining Use of the Death Penalty."
At the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Teach-In, panelists explored inequities in health care locally, nationally and globally.
Panels and discussion at this year's Teach-In will examine the nation's Affordable Care Act, local challenges in serving the uninsured, and global perspectives on health care.
Gospel choirs will celebrate with music at the 24th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Gospel Festival on Monday, Jan. 20.
Inspired by her internship experience at Bloomington's Crisis Nursery, Lauren Streblo '15 created a way to make life a little easier for women whose families are in crisis.
Although she grew up in Midwest farm country, Amanda King '15 credits her study abroad experience more than 9,000 miles from home with new insights into the benefits of creating sustainable community gardens.
Wesleyan's William Munro, a native of South Africa, reflects on the nearly incomparable moral authority of Nelson Mandela, who died Dec. 5, in The Pantagraph.
Once again, an Ethics Bowl team at Illinois Wesleyan has advanced to national intercollegiate competition, and will travel to Jacksonville, Fla. in February.