Feb. 23 Stevenson Lecture by Former Prime Minister of Norway Canceled
Due to illness, a lecture by The Honorable Gro Brundtland set for Feb. 23 at Illinois Wesleyan University will be rescheduled.
Sweeney '17 Named Outstanding Marketing Student
Jack T. Sweeney '17, whose leadership roles on campus include president of the American Marketing Association chapter, will be honored for his many contributions.
Ivanov Named American Prize Conducting Finalist
Lev Ivanov, who conducts the Illinois Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra, is a finalist in The American Prize national competition in the performing arts.
Phi Beta Kappa Scholar to Speak on Frederick Douglass & Photography
Yale professor Laura Wexler will explore Frederick Douglass' hope for the role of photography – then a new invention – in fostering a more democratic society after the Civil War.
January in Photos at Illinois Wesleyan
January brought us a new semester, new year, new and renewed experiences -- including a return of the annual Gospel Festival and Teach-In celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. See our month in photos.
Local Concerts Planned as Part of IWU Jazz Festival
Nationally acclaimed jazz artists will perform at three public venues as part of Illinois Wesleyan's annual Jazz Festival on Feb. 3-4.
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Mona Hanna-Attisha, the pediatrician who sounded the alarm about the Flint water crisis, issued a challenge to speak out against injustices as she addressed Illinois Wesleyan's Founders' Day Convocation.
Meg Galus '00 is a semifinalist for a James Beard Award for outstanding pastry chef for her work at Boka, a highlight among Chicago nominees.
Rebecca Guio '87 has joined the Geneva primary care practice of Algimantas S. Kerpe as a nurse practitioner.
The pediatrician who exposed the Flint water crisis, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, will be the Founders Day speaker on Wednesday at Illinois Wesleyan University.