Wesleyan's Amanda Hopkins has been awarded the 2015 Nurse Educator Fellowship from the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
Student leaders of the College Republicans and College Democrats faced off in a MLK Day debate about Voter ID laws -- while living together amiably as campus roommates.
Illinois Wesleyan athletic director Dennie Bridges, a titan since he enrolled as a student in 1957 and later the men's basketball coach for 36 seasons, has announced he will retire.
Theatre design and technology major Aaron Harris Woodstein '15 has gone from playwright to producer to stage his autobiographical play Turn That Thing Around at Illinois Wesleyan.
The Dean's List for fall 2014 includes 786 students from 25 states and 17 countries.
Illinois Wesleyan will host the 25th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Holiday Gospel Festival on Monday, Jan. 19.
The annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Teach-In will examine voting rights, including a debate between College Republicans and College Democrats on whether Illinois should adopt a voter ID law.
Through funding from the Freeman Foundation, IWU is offering opportunities for students to intern in Asia this summer or during the 2015-16 academic year while studying abroad in Hong Kong.
The 2015 edition of the American Association of University Professors' Policy Documents and Reports, edited by Wesleyan's Hans-Joerg Tiede, has been published by Johns Hopkins University Press.
Business and computer science double major Adam LaVitola '17 launched his own clothing business, and donates a portion of the profits to the National Save the Sea Turtle Foundation.