WJBC Radio
    September 7
    Students organized a rally that drew about 200 people to the IWU quad, demonstrating in defense of DACA protections for childhood immigrants. Also see a photo gallery from The Pantagraph.

    WGLT Radio
    September 7
    Dr. Jelani Cobb, speaker at Illinois Wesleyan's President's Convocation, discussed the context of President Trump's decision to end DACA, a program protecting young immigrants from deportation.

    The Pantagraph
    September 7
    Speaker Jelani Cobb encouraged Illinois Wesleyan students to embrace diversity as he kicked off IWU's fall semester at its annual President's Convocation.

    The Pantagraph
    September 7
    Wesleyan's Abby Reel '04 is working to save Goodfield's imperiled Barn II Dinner Theatre. Also in the Peoria Journal-Star.

    WJBC Radio
    September 7
    Two Illinois Wesleyan football players, who have only known life in America, discussed their fears amid the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) overhaul.

    WGLT Radio
    September 5
    Glenn Wilson, who directs Illinois Wesleyan's jazz program, discussed the John Coltrane documentary being shown at Normal Theater. Also in The Pantagraph.

    Sociological Perspectives
    September 5
    Associate Professor & Chair of Sociology and Anthropology Meghan Burke served as the guest editor of a special issue on New Frontiers in the Study of Colorblind Racism in the journal Sociological Perspectives, and wrote the issue's lead article, "Colorblind Racism: Identities, Ideologies, and Shifting Subjectivities."

    The State Journal-Register
    September 1
    Emily Jones '11, a second-year medical student at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, and her doctor father are near their goal of completing marathons in all 50 states.

    The Pantagraph
    August 31
    Broadview Mansion is dedicating a historic bell from the Van Leer Tower in memory of the late Jim Winn '41, whose wife Mary Winn '43 will return to Bloomington for the occasion.

    The Pantagraph
    August 28
    Award-winning author Jelani Cobb will speak on race and justice in the United States at the President's Convocation opening the academic year at Illinois Wesleyan University.