Homecoming of Champions will Spread Titan Green Over Everything
Illinois Wesleyan University will celebrate Homecoming Oct. 9-11, with the theme #TGOE Titan Green Over Everything - Homecoming of Champions.
Fellowship Funds Biology Student Research
Senior biology majors Rachel Ende and Blake Beehler received Criley Student Research Endowment awards, allowing them to conduct summer research under a faculty mentor.
McPherson Theatre Presents Midwestern Debut of Blown Youth
With performances at McPherson through Oct. 11, Blown Youth offers a twist on Shakespeare's Hamlet by putting a woman at the center.
Bianca Spratt '11: Be Open to Forging New Path
Bianca Spratt '11 returned to campus to speak to students about making the most of the multitude of opportunities at Illinois Wesleyan.
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.
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Titans in the News
After a successful summer Language School for Kids, Illinois Wesleyan will offer classes in Spanish and French for children from pre-kindergarten to sixth grade, starting in January.
Matt Wolfe '98 is the new artistic director for Showtunes Theatre Company in Seattle.
Three Illinois Wesleyan University alumni will be honored as part of the school's homecoming celebration - Stephanie Whyte ’91, Korey Coon ’00 and Jim Mullins ’03.
Inside Higher Ed
Wesleyan's Hans-Joerg Tiede discussed the American Association of University Professors' stance against requiring loyalty oaths from faculty.