History Maker: Retiring History Professor Paul Bushnell worked for change both at Illinois Wesleyan and in the Civil Rights Movement.
A Tale of Two Elections: Political Science Professor Tari Renner breaks down his two mayoral campaigns and what they reveal about modern local election politics.
Rescue Mission: Alumnus Bob Page ’79 helped turn around a troubled hospital by instilling a culture of caring.
Linking In: Illinois Wesleyan’s Hart Career Center connects students and alumni through internships.
The Eash Way: This fall, Norm Eash ’75 became the winningest coach in Titan football’s 122-year history.
Of a Feather: Audiences connect to the play Deanna Jent ’84 wrote based on her experiences as the mother of a special-needs child.
Life by Design: Former art major Maria Gonzalez ’08 draws attention with her graphics magic.
Meaningful Engagement: Alumni Association President Sundeep Mullangi envisions new ways for alumni to connect.
Setting the Stage for Change: Alumni, students and faculty create an indelible portrayal of America’s working poor.
View from the Cockpit: Retired Marine Corps jet pilot David Wilson ’70 gives an inside look into aviation history.
From Student to Nurse:
While preparing for their profession, Illinois Wesleyan's
nursing students explore a range of liberal arts experiences.
Wide Awake and Still Dreaming: Juan Salgado '91 finds inspiration in his family and his education as he leads efforts to help Latino immigrants.
That's Disgusting!: In examining what makes us feel revulsion, Daniel Kelly '97 also reveals surprising truths about what makes us human.
The Law of Attraction: Before securing highly sought federal clerkships, classmates Rachel Halfpap and Erin Cox took their vows as husband and wife.
A Precarious Path to Discovery: IWU biologist Edgar Lehr explores the world’s most remote habitats in search of new species of frogs and lizards that may be on the verge of vanishing.
International Engagement: Half of Illinois Wesleyan students study abroad. For many, the experience has inspired even deeper explorations of global opportunities.
Adding It Up: In teaching and research, Math Professor Tian-Xiao He embraces the joy of exploring an oft-feared subject.
Top 10 Life Lessons: In becoming one of the nation’s top financial advisors, Carol Brandt ’78 learned several valuable life lessons that she now shares with others.