Wesleyan's Teddy Amoloza and student organizations are working to raise funds to build a new home for survivors of typhoon Haiyan.
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Illinois Wesleyan Athletics will have a collection drive at its home events this weekend to assist in local tornado relief efforts, and some student athletes are volunteering their time to help clean up debris in Washington.
Rafia Zakariah, a noted Pakistani journalist, lawyer, and member of the Board of Directors for Amnesty International, will speak on campus Thursday, Nov. 14.
Michael Kistner '15 has a front-row seat to history, interning with the public health minister in Scotland as the country moves toward independence.
The School of Nursing has received an Innovations in Professional Nursing Education Award from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing for its unique study abroad program.
Using his talents to support social causes has played a major part in Justin Ahrens' design work, who believes that activism can improve your career, your community and the world.
Interfaith community service initiatives at Illinois Wesleyan won recognition in the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge Inaugural Report.
In the early 1970s, Illinois Wesleyan joined colleges and universities across the United States in a growing movement to fight against the deterioration of the environment.
Student entrepreneurs will vie for a $1,500 Zoellick Fellowship to start a business, in the Action Research Center version of ABC's "Shark Tank."
In his course, "The Social History of a Candy Bar," Wesleyan's William Munro traces the complexities of chocolate's journey in becoming a worldwide commodity.