New Alumni Association President Sundeep Mullangi '97 believes that IWU alumni love their alma mater but don't always know how to stay involved -- or that they're even needed. He wants to change that.
Inspired by her internship experience at Bloomington's Crisis Nursery, Lauren Streblo '15 created a way to make life a little easier for women whose families are in crisis.
Sung Jin Hong '97 is developing a mini-opera that will integrate Percy Bysshe Shelley's sonnet Ozymandias with the award-winning crime drama Breaking Bad.
A composition by Illinois Wesleyan Provost Jonathan Green will receive its world premiere at Carnegie Hall as part of the Distinguished Concerts International New York (DCINY) Artist Series.
A burst pipe in Munsell Hall triggered fire alarms Thursday afternoon, but there was no water damage to student rooms, and no disruption to the final exams schedule.
A new book by Prof. Carole Myscofski provides a rare look at Catholic colonial views of the ideal woman, patterns in women's education, religious views on marriage and sexuality, and the development of magical practices among women in the colonial era of Brazil.
Although she grew up in Midwest farm country, Amanda King '15 credits her study abroad experience more than 9,000 miles from home with new insights into the benefits of creating sustainable community gardens.
The fashion statements of model and acting major Priscilla Moy '15 brought her to the attention -- and the cover -- of Keel, an international fashion magazine.
Three alumni and members of Sigma Alpha Iota music fraternity -- Christina Hoblin '13, Margaret Fox '04, and Martha Dodds Stoner '69 -- received awards from the national fraternity.
Ashley (Watson) Rietz received a 2013 Robert C. Cefalo House Officer Award from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, recognizing her exemplary service to patients and families, high standards of care, and professional performance.