Winter 2010-11 issue highlights
ON OUR COVER
Through its policies, programs and practices, Illinois Wesleyan University grows greener.
(Illustration by Gary Schwartz, based on a photo by Steven Puetzer )
Green in Action
In ways large and small, the University strives toward the goal of environmental sustainability.
For seniors Kari and Emmy Grace, green is a matching color.
Other feature stories
Biologist and author Sandra Steingraber ’81 reflects on chemicals, cancer and hope.
The Literary Lincoln
Discovering what Lincoln read offers important clues about who he was, according to
English Professor Robert Bray.
For the Record
By finding new ways to tell Illinois Wesleyan's story, Lee Short ’44 made his own
mark on campus history.
Forty years after its construction, the Evans Observatory continues to bring faculty
and students closer to the night sky.
Across the generations, family legacies have grown into an Illinois Wesleyan tradition.
Songs of Hope
A book by Jerrilyn McGregory ’71 shines new light on the spiritual life of a little-known
Going the Distance
On the U.S. national team, Joe Binder ’04 finishes among world’s best.
Award recognition highlights Homecoming 2010 celebrations.
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IWU Magazine staff: Tim Obermiller, Editor
Gary Schwartz, Graphics Editor
Savannah Davis '13
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