On our Fall 2003 cover (shown above), the late President Minor Myers’ love of books
was expressed in his drive to build the new Ames Library. (Illustration by Allan M. Burch).
“...Go Forth and Do Good”
On what was to have been the first day of classes in a new academic year, Illinois
Wesleyan paused to pay tribute to President Minor Myers, jr., who died on July 22,
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Minor Myers’ mission was both to transform Illinois Wesleyan and to fulfill its most
cherished dreams. Go to story.
A president's dreams for the University are preserved in words and images. Go to story.
Minor Myers' death inspires an outpouring of fond recollections. Go to story.
An Era of Achievement
During Minor Myers’ 14-year administration, IWU became a national model of excellence
in the liberal arts.
Making a Name for Herself
Demetria Kalodimos ’81 keeps her journalistic edge as a news anchor in one of the
nation’s largest television markets. To also read about her novel documentary-film
work, click here.
Student volunteers help struggling teens find academic success.
IWU students explore a nation on the brink of change.
Let the Good Old Times Roll
Ted Lemen ’69 keeps the past alive and singing.
Visions of Cuba
Hats off to ragtime
IWU Magazine staff: Tim Obermiller, Editor; Gary Schwartz, Graphics Editor; Jen Christopher
’03, Sarah Hedgespeth '04, Editorial Assistants.
The Magazine is published quarterly by the Office of University Communications. Staff:
Jeff Hanna, Sherry Wallace, Stew Salowitz, Marc Featherly, Ann Aubry.
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