On our cover
This fall, Sung Jin Hong '97 led his One World Symphony in a "9/11 Tribute to Our
Heroes." One of the symphony's first concerts, in 2001, benefited families of the
firefighters who died in the Twin Towers.
(Photo illustration by Gary Schwartz, based on a photo by Philip Greenberg)
Making music with the power to unite, Sung Jin Hong '97 and his One World Symphony
offer something different to New York City's crowded cultural scene.
Other feature stories
To better understand Illinois Wesleyan's culture and history, you can learn a lot
by just looking around you.
Strength in numbers
Illinois Wesleyan's mathematics faculty open their students' minds while relaxing
their fears about what can be a daunting subject.
When a little means a lot
Alumni don't need to take much time from their busy schedules to make a big difference
as career mentors to current Illinois Wesleyan students.
Where diversity is a way of life
With a new look and a new mission, Illinois Wesleyan's Multicultural Center is seeking
to become a positive presence in students' lives.
A fast learner
Less than a year after her first lesson, LH Hachmeister '02 became a world champion
in an ancient martial art.
IWU Magazine staff: Tim Obermiller, Editor
Gary Schwartz, Graphics Editor
IWU Magazine Web site editor: Tim Obermiller
Sarah Zeller ’07, Amelia Benner ’09,
University Communications staff:
Matt Kurz, Vice President for Public Relations
Sherry Wallace, Director of University Communications
Stew Salowitz ’76, Director of News Services/Sports Information
Marc Featherly, University Photographer
Ann Aubry, Electronic Communications Manager
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