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2019

Spring 2019

What's inside

The Future of the Front Page

Chris Fusco ’94 leads the Chicago Sun-Times as it delivers news and content in an ever-changing media landscape. 

Bringing Back the Barn

Driven by a bold, entrepreneurial vision, Abby Reel ’04 has resurrected a local dinner theatre and reunited a community with deep Illinois Wesleyan roots. 

Signature Solutions

Environmental Studies students got a firsthand look at environmental issues in Vietnam before crafting proposals to promote sustainability. 


Summer-Fall 2019 cover  

Summer-Fall 2019

What's inside

Heading to the Hall

The standard bearer for Illinois Wesleyan basketball, Jack Sikma ’77 will be immortalized as an inductee into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in September 2019.

Innovative Dreams

Boundless curiosity and deeply rooted motivation inspired a groundbreaking medical device and served as a springboard to a career in medicine for Niyant Vora ’19.

Like a Good Neighbor  

Illinois Wesleyan 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award Winner and retired State Farm chairman and CEO Ed Rust Jr. ’72 embodies his company’s well-known slogan. 


Winter 2019-20

What's inside

A Bright Future for IWU

A tireless advocate for higher education with vast experience at elite liberal arts institutions, Georgia Nugent was named Illinois Wesleyan’s 20th president in November 2019. 

Life of Crime

Associate Professor Amanda Vicary, who brings true crime into her psychology courses at Illinois Wesleyan, has become a highly sought-after expert in the crime community. 

Community Care

Dr. Beth Mulberry ’86 provides an upstream approach to healthcare for uninsured and underinsured residents of Greensboro, North Carolina, through Mustard Seed Community Health.