Business administration major Cameron Loyet '18 has been awarded the IWU Entrepreneurial Fellowship to launch a company marketing honey-based gourmet chocolate bars.
Students of any academic major have the opportunity to apply for the IWU Entrepreneurial Fellowship for a chance to receive a $5,000 grant.
Twenty Illinois Wesleyan students will head to Washington, D.C. over spring break as participants in the University's Career Immersion Excursion.
As we made the final push to the end of the semester, we still found moments of joy -- in each other’s faith traditions, the first snowfall of the season, and the occasional hilarity of late-night study sessions.
The Illinois Wesleyan University Wind Ensemble is one of only three finalists nationwide in The American Prize competition in the performing arts.
The Preparatory Program in Illinois Wesleyan's School of Music is offering full-tuition scholarships for weekly private lessons for flute and clarinet players during the spring and summer of 2017.
Angie Glasker ’05 strives to preserve Native American culture and history not just for posterity but to help amend centuries-old injustices.
Nearly 100 students presented their work during a closing symposium for courses associated with the 2016-17 intellectual theme, Women's Power, Women's Justice.
Dozens of students and faculty members came together to write letters at Amnesty International's annual Write for Rights event, petitioning on behalf of individuals around the globe.
A sophomore double majoring in environmental studies and theatre arts, Dominic Gambaiani's dramatic flair puts a creative twist on living sustainably.