Illinois Wesleyan Dedicates Multifaith Space 'Open to All'
Illinois Wesleyan has created a new Multifaith Meditation Room described as "a concrete example of what it means to be diverse and inclusive."
Lowenthal ’16 Investigates Masculine Identity in “Gangsta Rap”
First interested in black identity as represented by the enslaved African-American man in American novels, Mellon Scholar Anna Lowenthal '16 is exploring the influence of rap artists.
Hartlaub ’16 Enters Charles Dickens “Universe”
A Mellon Scholar award enabled Lydia Hartlaub '16 to dive deep into her fascination with the literature of Charles Dickens and attend the Dickens Universe in California.
Berardelli ’16 Connects East and West
As a Mellon Scholar, Nicholas Berardelli ’16 examined the Western reception of Eastern practices of meditation.
Mellon Scholars Spend Summer in Humanities Research
As Mellon Scholars, students grappled with depictions of black masculinity in "gangsta rap," explored Buddhist practice as seen through Western science, and attended the (Charles) Dickens Universe.
Summer Reading Author to Speak at President's Convocation
Kevin Roose, author of The Unlikely Disciple: A Sinner’s Semester at America’s Holiest University, will speak as part of the University's "Nation(s) Divided?" theme for the academic year.
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A large water sculpture named Aspiration on the new Egbers Quadrangle is part of a campus beautification effort made possible by the Egbers family after the construction of State Farm Hall.
Illinois Wesleyan started classes Aug. 24, as the "Wilson era" winds down.
"Paul Saberin: A Retrospective Exhibit,” with works by the 1960 IWU alum, will be on display through Oct. 30 in the gallery at Council for the Arts of Chambersburg, Pa.
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Aaron Guenther ’14 is now the girls tennis coach at LaSalle-Peru Township High School.