Known for performing villains from Mephistopheles to Iago, opera star William Powers '64 is bringing his wicked talents back to campus.
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Wesleyan's Brenda Lessen was awarded a State of Illinois Nurse Educator Fellowship from the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
Among the topics for Wednesday's first presidential debate, healthcare has long been a controversial issue in America, as explored in a book by Political Science Professor Greg Shaw.
New named scholarships were announced at the 16th annual Scholarship Benefactor Dinner, a celebration of the philanthropy that provides financial aid to about nine in 10 Wesleyan students each year.
Wesleyan's Brian Brennan has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to study possible treatments for sickle cell disease.
Ten Illinois Wesleyan University students had an active summer interning and making contributions to the Bloomington-Normal community through the Action Research Center (ARC).
Matt LaLonde '14 is launching a Tool Library for the Bloomington-Normal area, to lend home repair and gardening tools to residents at no charge.
Wesleyan's Keith Zimmerman, who believes "you teach through music, you don't teach music," is celebrating 60 years playing the saxophone.
In a new book, Racial Ambivalence in Diverse Communities: Whiteness and the Power of Color-Blind Ideologies, Assistant Professor of Sociology Meghan Burke grapples with the struggle for dialogue about race and racism.
Illinois Wesleyan has announced that it will add the intercollegiate sport of lacrosse, with a men's team beginning competition in the spring of 2014 and a women's team the following spring.