The Pantagraph
    January 16
    Despite disappointments on the national front, the diversity of the audience attending the annual MLK Teach-in at Illinois Wesleyan was seen as a source of hope.

    The Pantagraph
    January 15
    Illinois Wesleyan will host a heritage edition of the first completely handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned in the western world in more than 500 years.

    WJBC Radio
    January 14
    Assistant professor of psychology Ellen Furlong has been leading a study that highlights the intelligence of dogs.

    The Pantagraph
    January 14
    In "sadly right" timing, an exhibit at Merwin Gallery explores "Women's Rights Are Human Rights: International Posters on Gender-based Inequality, Violence and Discrimination."

    The (Galesburg) Register-Mail
    January 13
    The love of music has driven Inis King '58 throughout her 60-year career.

    WMBD/WYZZ TV
    January 12
    Illinois Wesleyan University improved to 50th among the nation's liberal arts colleges in Kiplinger's Personal Finance Best Value Rankings. Also in The Pantagraph.

    The Pantagraph
    January 11
    "The Evolution of Housing Equity as a Civil Right" will be the theme of the annual MLK teach-in at Illinois Wesleyan University.

    The Pantagraph
    January 11
    Theatre alum Richard Jenkins '69, drawing acclaim for his role in The Shape of Water during the current awards season, credits encouragement from his faculty mentor at Illinois Wesleyan.

    WGLT Radio
    January 9
    A new poetry collection by Wesleyan's James Plath chronicles his time as a Fulbright teaching fellow on the island of Barbados in 1995.

    The Pantagraph
    January 9
    Wesleyan's Daynali Flores-Rodriguez and Krista Cardona will be among presenters at a teach-in to raise awareness about the effects of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.