For an annual photo contest, students offer more than beautiful images — they give a glimpse into the changing perspectives that study abroad provides.
As head carpenter for The Beatles LOVE, Ben Stephenson ’00 creates astonishing new audience experiences that keep the Las Vegas favorite flying high.
Stephen S.T. Pan ’55 survived years of war and many brushes with death before starting a new life at IWU. At age 93, he looks back on his journey with both gratitude and amazement.
Jac Jemc ’05 developed her award-winning first novel as an IWU student. With a new book set for release by a major publisher, she reflects on setbacks and successes in a famously tough business.
In making the federal form for grants and loans easier to file, Ed Pacchetti ’91 gives students better access to aid they need to achieve their college dreams.
Strategic plans are underway to expand on the rich faculty-student interaction and experiential learning opportunities that set the University apart.
While their classmates enjoyed a few more days of winter break, 17 of the University’s accounting majors stepped into the workforce as paid interns with public accounting firms.
Tucci Professor of Hispanic Studies Carolyn Nadeau’s research reveals how — in history, culture and identity — we truly are what we eat.
Led by performance artist Andrew Schneider ’03, theatre students conducted an experiment in bravery on the Lab Theatre stage.
Renovations transform the School of Nursing as it readies students for the challenges of a rapidly changing field.
In designing a mural for the campus Multicultural Center, Lucy Sanchez ’17 reflected on what it means to be a part of the IWU community.
Angie Glasker ’05 strives to preserve Native American culture and history to help amend centuries-old injustices.
Homecoming 2016 paid tribute to some of IWU’s many heroes — from a fallen Marine to alumni who helped bring a civil rights legend to campus.
IWU students, faculty and alumni make opera come alive for a new generation — and learn that kids can be among the toughest and most appreciative audiences. At right, music performance major Megan Callison ’16 plays the lead role in There’s a Martian in the Opera House, performed this spring at schools across the area. (Photo by Marc Featherly)
Kelly Wittich ’00 knew nothing about congenital heart defects until her daughter was born with one. She now wants to raise awareness regarding this most common and deadly of all birth defects.
As the child of Holocaust survivors, Harry Heuman ’69 teaches children how simple intolerance and apathy can lead to unimaginable suffering.
To improve the lives of people in rural Honduras, Meaghan Mormann ’16 served four IWU Global Brigades. She writes how her experiences changed how she sees the world.
To build new bridges between Titan alumni and students, Elly Jones ’91 takes inspiration from her own college experience.
With alumni as their guides, students had a variety of experiences on the inaugural Career Immersion Excursion in Chicago, led by IWU’s Hart Career Center.
In inaugurating Eric R. Jensen as its 19th president, the University embraces strong traditions and new opportunities to grow.
A book by David Priess ’93 sheds light on the world’s most vital and tightly guarded publication: the President’s Daily Brief.
Four young alumni share the highs and lows of pursuing careers dedicated to helping others.
At the IWU Council for Women’s annual summit, alumnae offer their talents and resources to help current students succeed.
Finding poetic inspiration on the quantum plane, physics major Julia Savich ’16 experiences the power of a liberal arts education.