Wesleyan's Meghan Burke gives advice for maintaining civil conversation around divisive topics during family holidays.
Wesleyan's Given Harper talks (wild) turkeys and it's a special IWU birth for 2007 alum Laura (Curtis) Kraynak's new daughter in Bill Flick's Sunday column.
President Eric Jensen discussed provisions of the House GOP version of the tax reform bill, unveiled last week in Washington, which includes taxes that could affect Illinois Wesleyan and its employees.
Wesleyan's Abby Reel '04 is a "theatre angel" spearheading efforts to continue the legacy of Conklin's Barn II Dinner Theater, now being demolished, by raising a Barn III.
(Franklin, Ind.) Daily Journal
Journey of the Heart is a new exhibition with paintings by Barbara Thomas '61, showcasing the ministry of missionary Carol Polley.
The Illinois Sustainable Living and Wellness Expo held annually at Illinois Wesleyan is among the successes contributing to Ameren Illinois naming Bloomington a 2017 Progressive City.
Local leaders discussed their optimism for the region's economy at the annual State of McLean County event hosted at Illinois Wesleyan. Also reported by WGLT Radio and The Pantagraph.
Longtime CEO Russ Hagen '71 announced he is retiring from Chestnut Health Systems.
Hyde Park Herald
Juan Salgado '91, chancellor of City Colleges of Chicago, has been added to the Obama Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Deborah Rosenthal '73 will retire at the end of this year as Curator of Exhibits and Collections at the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay.