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Winter 2012-13

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Legends of the Apollo:  For generations, the Apollos ruled as IWU’s premier vocal ensemble.

A Winning Combination:  As “head nerd” for the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, Karl Pierburg ’98 applies his twin passions for football and complex problem solving.

Laugh and Learn:  Brooke Trantor ’11 pursues a lifelong dream as a student in the legendary Second City improv troupe’s Hollywood conservatory.

Cover to Cover:  As IWU Magazine passes the 20-year mark, we look back on some memorable covers.

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Fall 2012

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Dynamic Patterns : Whether crafting
custom jewelry, performing onstage or sharing the excitement of citizen science, Matthew Dearing '00 explores life's dynamic patterns.

Keeping the Promise : President Wilson frankly discusses the mounting need for student financial aid.

Finding Their Wings : A new scholarship
program gives students the time and guidance to realize their potential.

Turning the Tables:  Hard work and an unbeatable formula for success help three IWU alumni make their mark on Chicago's competitive dining scene.

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Summer 2012

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A Growing Concern : Agricultural biotechnology has been rejected by millions who might benefit from it. Is there a way to bridge the gap?

The Eckley Legacy : President Emeritus Robert S. Eckley, who died in April 2012, brought stability and continuity of leadership during his 18-year tenure.

Deeply Heard : Bringing forth the creative voice within, Professor David Vayo inspires students and music listeners.

On Dangerous Ground:  An Army company led by Joseph Frederick ’05 disarms roadside bombs in Afghanistan.

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Spring 2012

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A Season to Remember: One of the most remarkable chapters in Titan athletic history.

In Deep: As a volunteer at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium, Dawn Dall Ducharme '96 experiences the joy of diving into another world.

A Woman's Place: As a passionate crusader in the campaign for women's suffrage, Antoinette Funk, class of 1898, shattered stereotypes she once espoused.

Work of Art: The new School of Art rotunda captures attention and sparks imaginations.

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