University Celebrates the Season with Variety of Special Events
Holiday events will include the annual Christmas Choral Concert, a "Light the Night" celebration, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa dinners, holiday caroling and a gift wrapping party.
Photo Contest Celebrates Life-Changing Study Abroad
Illinois Wesleyan's annual study abroad photo contest encourages students to share and celebrate their experiences studying outside of the United States.
Tomko Becomes Titans' 118th Academic All-American
Junior Skyler Tomko was elected to the third team of the 2015 Academic All-America Division III women's soccer squads, becoming the 118th Illinois Wesleyan Academic All-American — a total that is tied for 23rd among all participating colleges and universities in all divisions.
O'Rourke '07 to Receive Rotary Peace Fellowship
Shannon O'Rourke '07 received a Rotary Peace Fellowship to study at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand.
Sheridan Translates Italian Bestseller
Language professor Scott Sheridan recently translated The Guardians of History by Italian author Elisabetta Cametti, his second translation of a novel for AmazonCrossing.
Inaugural Career Immersion Spring Break Trip Heading to Chicago
Students will have the opportunity to visit nearly a dozen Chicago employers and network with alumni and other professionals on the Career Immersion Excursion to Chicago.
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Holiday events through Dec. 6 will include the annual Christmas Choral Concert, a "Light the Night" celebration, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa dinners, holiday caroling and a gift wrapping party.
Titans in the News
The Rev. Robb McCoy '99 records a popular Christian podcast, Pulpit Fiction, whose name is inspired by the Quentin Tarantino movie.
The (Ottawa, Ill.) Times
Three Illinois Wesleyan alumni will be featured in the Streator Community Messiah performance: accompanist Louise Collins '69, conductor Nancy Mueller '72 and mezzo-soprano Kate Tombaugh '07.
The (Kankakee) Daily Journal
Lauri Zumwalt '85 writes and directs original holiday productions for a Watseka drama club.
Elgin Courier-News reporter Dave Gathman '74 looks back on the joys and challenges of a long career in journalism.