Asaro '04 vs. the Killer Robots
Philosopher and computer scientist Peter Asaro ’94 wants world leaders and ordinary citizens to consider the dangers of programming war machines to decide who lives or dies.
Poli Sci Major a Witness to Historic Court Case
Political science major Ally Daskalopoulos '18 witnessed a high-profile rape trial during her internship in the Nashville (Tennessee) District Attorney's office.
Students Interning in Asia Share Experiences
Students with internships this summer in the Philippines, Hong Kong and Tokyo are sharing their observations and travel adventures through blogs.
Coursework Meets Reality in Accounting Internship at PwC
Alejandra Salinas '16 said her Illinois Wesleyan classes have prepared her well for her internship with PwC, the world's second largest professional services network and one of the Big Four auditors.
Jenkins '69 Nominated for Emmy Award
Richard Jenkins '69 is nominated for lead actor in a limited series for his role in HBO's "Olive Kitteridge." The series and his co-star, Frances McDormand, are also nominated.
Classics Professor Compares House of Cards Trickster to Odysseus
The mythical Greek king Odysseus would recognize much of himself in the cunning, deceitful Frank Underwood, the lead character in the Emmy-nominated Netflix political drama House of Cards.
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The State Journal-Register
Brendan Finnell ’16 is studying pollutants in alligators during an internship at the Medical University of South Carolina.
In her research, Madz Negro '16 finds relationships between underwater sounds and coral death.
Ben Davis '95 is the new executive director at Temple Solel in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
Inside Indiana Business
Amanda Mueller '11 has been hired as the health care data analyst for LHD, an Indianapolis employee benefits advisory firm. She will lead the company's analytical reporting for its expanded population health division.