Students Share Study Abroad Experiences Through Photo Contest
Illinois Wesleyan's study abroad photo contest offers students returning from abroad a chance to visually share their life-altering experiences.
Gospel Festival to Honor King's Legacy
The 27th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday Gospel Festival will feature performances by some of the area's leading gospel groups.
Interns Start Work During Busy Accounting Season
Illinois Wesleyan accounting majors have stepped into the work force as paid interns with public accounting firms this semester -- and will stay on track to finish their coursework in four years.
MLK Teach-In to Explore Social Justice and Women's Power
Barbara Smith, who has sparked national dialogue on the intersections of race, class, sexuality and gender, will speak at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Teach-In.
Seibring Named Vice President for Advancement
Steve Seibring '81, who has served Illinois Wesleyan in various advancement and leadership roles since 1991, has been named the University's Vice President for Advancement.
Entrepreneurial Fellowship Provides "Sweet" Opportunity
Business administration major Cameron Loyet '18 has been awarded the IWU Entrepreneurial Fellowship to launch a company marketing honey-based gourmet chocolate bars.
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As she celebrates the Martin Luther King Day of Service, Marilea White '63 recalls marching with King in Atlanta in 1961.
African American author and activist Barbara Smith will be the keynote speaker at Illinois Wesleyan's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Teach-In that will focus on women's power and social justice.
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Attorney Karoline Carstens '03 has been named a shareholder at national law firm Simmons Hanly Conroy.