Tiede Pens Book on Founding of AAUP
In his book, University Reform, Wesleyan's Hans-Joerg Tiede examines the history of defending academic freedom - a topic that remains relevant today.
Former Interns Return to IWU as Recruiters
Among the many alumni who represent their employers at Wesleyan's annual internship fair are newly employed grads looking to fill their own former intern positions.
Nobel Prize Winner Says New Mindset Needed for PeaceNobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei said the United States needs to be willing to negotiate to reduce threats to world peace. Coverage of his campus visit included WGLT Radio and The Pantagraph.
Executive Producer Kat White '85 Wins Emmy for Ali Film
Alumna Kat White '85 served as an executive producer of the documentary The Trials of Muhammad Ali, which won a News and Documentary Emmy.
Salgado '91 a MacArthur "Genius"
Chicago-based community leader and Illinois Wesleyan alumnus Juan Salgado has been named one of the 24 MacArthur Fellows for 2015.
Family with Dog Sculpture Dedicated
The Family with Dog sculpture now has a permanent home on campus -- a gift to Illinois Wesleyan in memory of the late Roger Joslin.
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Vaughn Irving '06 is joining the Santa Fe Playhouse as artistic director.
This year's Evergreen Cemetery Walk will include a portrayal of the adventuring Illinois Wesleyan University mathematics professor Harvey C. DeMotte, namesake of DeMotte Hall. Also reported by WJBC Radio.
U.S. News & World Report
Kacie Graves '16 spent several months in Morocco on an SIT Study Abroad program and produced a story on "Christians in Morocco: A Crisis of Faith."
Speaking at Illinois Wesleyan and Illinois State University, Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed ElBaradei said the United States needs to be willing to negotiate with Iran to reduce threats to world peace. Also covered by WGLT Radio and The Pantagraph.