In bringing a guest artist to perform with the IWU Jazz Ensemble, Director of Jazz Glenn Wilson said he hopes some of John D'earth joy and passion for the music will rub off on his students.
Theatre alum and prolific character actor Kevin Dunn '77 returned to campus to visit his former mentor, John Ficca, and to see the latest stage production.
In addressing the annual Honors Convocation, 2018 Kemp Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence winner Vicki Folse '86 said she now considers herself fortunate to have known poverty growing up, because it provided the catalyst to fulfill her goal of a better life.
University Librarian Karen Schmidt discussed how The Ames Library, like other academic libraries, has adapted to fit changing needs, yet "it's still about critical thinking, finding good resources and helping students become part of the scholarly conversation."
IWU sophomore Carson Grey learned about the creative process while serving as assistant director of the School of Theatre Arts production of Xanadu, alongside faculty mentor Jean Kerr.
Theatre students took on the challenge of singing and dancing in roller skates for the production of the musical "Xanadu."
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Ryan Jumper '00 and his relatives paid tribute to the influence of his parents as he was sworn in as the newest associate judge in Madison County.
Amanda Vicary, associate professor of psychology, discussed possible psychological motivations behind people's fascination with true crime.
On the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, former IWU chaplain Dennis Groh '61, Richard Muirhead '66 and University Archivist Meg Miner recalled visits to Illinois Wesleyan.