President Richard F. Wilson announced that the Transforming Lives fundraising campaign reached $141 million -- $16 million over its $125 million goal -- with gifts from 19,231 alumni and friends.
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A customized study abroad arrangement allowed Kathryn Rothas '14 to earn the degree she wants and compete in the sport she loves, as she works toward her goal of becoming a bilingual dentist.
On Fortune magazine's "100 Fastest Growing Inner City Companies in America," the #1 and #8 companies are founded and run by IWU alumni -- Fruition Partners by Marc Talluto '94 and Gorilla Group by Brian Grady '95.
Bicycling initiatives at Illinois Wesleyan have been recognized with a Bronze award from the League of American Bicyclists - whose support will continue to bolster campus efforts.
As Illinois Wesleyan welcomed alumni back to campus, Titans shared the fun on social media at #IWUHC14.
A series of events Oct. 22-24 will bring together the disciplines of art, economics, history and politics as represented through the life of William Morris, a 19th-century designer, writer and philosopher.
At an event that brings together students receiving scholarships and the donors who support them, the University announced 33 new named scholarships.
From a unique program in Bloomington-Normal to urban and even international settings, Illinois Wesleyan students can choose from an array of internship opportunities.
Argonne nuclear engineer Marius Stan, also known for his role as the original car wash owner on AMC's Breaking Bad, will present “The Science of Cinema, The Cinema of Science” on Oct. 23.
Business and computer science double major Adam LaVitola '17 launched his own clothing business, growing rapidly through social media.