Republican and Democratic strategists are relying on college students to mobilize voters, including Wesleyan's award-winning college Democrats chapter, headed by Brexton Isaacs '15.
University Chaplain Elyse Nelson Winger discussed the need for post-9/11 interfaith dialogue.
Jason Spoor-Harvey '99 teaches high school students with no clear memories of 9/11 – yet shaped by a post-9/11 world.
Cherlynlavaughn Bradley '73, an award-winning chemist who encouraged girls to pursue careers in chemistry, died on Aug. 30.
Before speaking at Illinois Wesleyan, University of Chicago Economist Donald Coursey discussed using economics to quantify intangibles and place a value on the environment. Also in The Pantagraph.
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Illinois Wesleyan is among the top most economically diverse colleges in the country – based on enrollment and net price for low- and middle-income families. See the list.
Tom Simmons '15 was able to continue his academic pursuits and get paid this summer when he became a part of Wesleyan's Eckley Summer Scholar and Artist Program.
Award-winning author Brando Skyhorse emphasized the value of empathy and the importance of listening to your inner voice during a speech at Illinois Wesleyan.
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Brad McMillan '84, executive director of the Institute for Principled Leadership in Public Service at Bradley University, will speak on “Bringing Good Government Back to the Land of Lincoln.”
Eleventh Judicial Circuit Chief Judge Elizabeth Robb '78, known for her leadership and innovative approach to justice, announced that she will retire.