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Winter 2009-10

What's inside

Research by Jeanette Wyneken ’78 yields surprising insights about one of Earth’s most ancient and mysterious creatures .

Young alumni volunteers find that success in the Peace Corps can often be a matter of patience and perspective.

Screen actor Kevin Dunn ’77 gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the making of a Hollywood blockbuster.

Alumni join in Evelyn Chapel to reaffirm a lifelong commitment .

In a new book, Associate Political Science Professor Greg Shaw unravels the history behind America’s ongoing healthcare debate .

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Fall 2009

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An Illinois Wesleyan delegation to Morocco begins exchange of ideas and friendship.

School of Nursing faculty, alumni help fight trend that could affect health care of millions .

To direct her first major theatre production, Marti Lyons '08 called on old IWU friends .

To raise awareness about human trafficking, Kari Irwin '09 joined trek through India .

IWU senior Evan Kasprzak makes it to finals of So You Think You Can Dance .

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Summer 2009

What's inside

Illinois Wesleyan kicks off its Transforming Lives campaign with news of major gifts

Alumni who made it through the Great Depression give perspective on dealing with today's fiscal challenges.

Darshan Mehta '97 advocates a new model of medicine that helps patients on a journey of self-healing.

Learn how three Illinois Wesleyan professors find and fulfill their artistic visions .

David Crawford '99 used college internships to fulfill his dream of working for the FBI.

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Spring 2009

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Conservationist Mike Baltz '87 balances human concerns with the needs of nature.

Bruce and Norma Criley breathed new life into biology studies at Illinois Wesleyan.

Several theatre artists with IWU connections bring Lincoln back to Bloomington.

Alumni strain to reach their sport's Holy Grail by competing in the Ironman triathlon.

We invited alumni to send us their favorite Wesleyan moments.

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