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Research by Jeanette Wyneken ’78 yields surprising insights about one of Earth’s most ancient and mysterious creatures.
Young alumni volunteers find that success in the Peace Corps can often be a matter of patience and perspective.
Screen actor Kevin Dunn ’77 gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the making of a Hollywood blockbuster.
Alumni join in Evelyn Chapel to reaffirm a lifelong commitment.
In a new book, Associate Political Science Professor Greg Shaw unravels the history behindAmerica’s ongoing healthcare debate.
An Illinois Wesleyan delegation to Morocco begins exchange of ideas and friendship.
School of Nursing faculty, alumni help fight trend that could affect health care of millions.
To direct her first major theatre production, Marti Lyons '08 called on old IWU friends.
To raise awareness about human trafficking, Kari Irwin '09 joined trek through India.
IWU senior Evan Kasprzak makes it to finals of So You Think You Can Dance .
Illinois Wesleyan kicks off its Transforming Lives campaign with news of major gifts
Alumni who made it through the Great Depression give perspective on dealing with today's fiscal challenges.
Darshan Mehta '97 advocates a new model of medicine that helps patients on a journey of self-healing.
Learn how three Illinois Wesleyan professors find and fulfill their artistic visions.
David Crawford '99 used college internships to fulfill his dream of working for the FBI.
Conservationist Mike Baltz '87 balances human concerns with the needs of nature.
Bruce and Norma Criley breathed new life into biology studies at Illinois Wesleyan.
Several theatre artists with IWU connections bring Lincoln back to Bloomington.
Alumni strain to reach their sport's Holy Grail by competing in the Ironman triathlon.
We invited alumni to send us their favorite Wesleyan moments.
Students and alumni gather at a revitalized Homecoming celebration.
Vietnam veteran Tobey Herzog '68 uses the prism of literature to shine light on life beyond the battlefield.
Designed to reflect the quality of a Wesleyan education, the Minor Myers, jr Welcome Center gets a positive reception.
The quest to retrieve a priceless memento launches one Kappa Kappa Gamma sister on a journey of discovery.
Students move to the rhythm of a universal language during May Term.
History professor Gordon Horowitz chronicles Nazi plans for a Polish city.
Gregory Dell '67 faces Parkinson's disease after decades fighting for social justice.
Collegiate Choir members experience the power of performance in Spain.
A recent graduate offers some hard-earned wisdom to students.
Portrait photographer Marie-Susanne Langille captures campus personalities.
Bill Roberts '64 is as comfortable at a county fair as he is in Washington's corridors of power.
A special report looks at the state of religion on campus.
Neurosurgeon Ann Stroink '76 has mastered one of medicine's most demanding fields.
Coach Mia Smith shares her passion for the game of basketball.
Filmmaker Brian Udovich '98 shows a winning streak of independence.
Siblings who go to the same college say the experience helps them see each other in a different light.
Titan legend Jack Sikma '77 is now a coach in the NBA.
Travel to India with Brian Hatcher to explore the places where religion and culture intersect
A display of faculty art, from photos to painting to sculpture
The farms of Illinois Wesleyan carry on a tradition of family and stewardship to the land
For decades, the Terrapin Club merged music, artistry, and athleticism
Conductor Sung Jin Hong '97 creates music with the power to unite
Solving the mysteries of Wesleyan, from the face of Aphrodite to a now-silenced bell
Alumni mentors share their wisdom with a new generation of students
IWU math faculty take the subject beyond numbers on a page
Spend some time on the job with the workers who keep IWU running smoothly
Urban high school students explore accounting, options for the future
A collection of iconic Americana comes to Merwin and Wakely Galleries
Danny Sherrod '03 revisits his old neighborhood
A 2005 graduate reflects on facing life after Wesleyan
Russian students turn their interest in the language and culture into a lifelong profession
Dave Kindred on the unlikely friendship between Muhommed Ali and Howard Cosell
A year of research culminates in the John Wesley Powell conference
Alumni's Chicago theatre troupe open eyes, minds onstage
April DeConick offers insight into the beliefs of the earliest Christians
Classic photos bring a bygone era of Illinois Wesleyan history to life
A new class shows students that forensics goes beyond "CSI"
Jeff Dexter '85 shapes the tones of America's great pipe organs
Tomorrow's executives get a lesson in ethics at Illinois Wesleyan
Ray Wilson urges students to consider the peril of nuclear weapons
Two IWU alumni lend their expertise to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort