Wesleyan's Hans-Joerg Tiede discussed recommendations that faculty be involved in orientation sessions for university trustees.
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While some debate the concept of white privilege, Illinois Wesleyan offers an orientation program, "Engaging Diversity," which pushes past the idea of a color-blind society.
Illinois Wesleyan students presented a "Mini Tunnel of Oppression," exploring issues such as discrimination and prejudice.
Phill Wilson '77, who heads the Black AIDS Institute, discussed HBO's "The Normal Heart."
Elizabeth Kanne '86 was appointed assistant principal at Meadow Glens Elementary School.
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Pianist David Ferreira '63 will perform at Detroit Lakes' "Poetry & Jazz in the Park."
A fine arts reproduction of the first hand-lettered, hand-painted Bible in 500 years went on display at Evelyn Chapel.