The award-winning Hamilton musical is itself a revolution, the co-author of the best-selling Hamilton: The Revolution told the audience at Illinois Wesleyan's Founders' Day Convocation.
After decades fulfilling her wish to "make a difference in my community," Lisa Pieper '77 is retiring as regional vice president at Children's Home & Aid.
Students wrote thank-you cards and enjoyed cookies illustrating scholarship support during Illinois Wesleyan's annual Thank a Giver Day.
Gloria "Peggy" (Storey) Usher '64, who died Feb. 11, was remembered as a formative influence on students at J.W. Eater Junior High School.
On the anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s first visit to Illinois Wesleyan, the university unveiled a bust of the civil rights leader in the rotunda of Ames Library, along with an 1807 abolitionist book.
An editorial praises the "creative thinking" at Illinois Wesleyan behind the new McLean County Scholarships, suggesting the idea be extended to other schools to keep students in Illinois and locally involved.
Local nonprofit organization Books to Benefit found a new home for a rare, historical text from the 19th century at Illinois Wesleyan University, because of its social justice library collection.
"Legendary sportswriter" David Kindred '63 returns home to his roots to cover high school girls' basketball.
Sarah Bockel '10 plays singer/songwriter Carole King in the Broadway touring musical "Beautiful - The Carole King Musical," appearing at the DeVos Performance Hall in Grand Rapids.
The (Fredericksburg, Va.) Free Lance Star
Explorer John Wesley Powell, who taught at Illinois Wesleyan in the 19th century, was the kind of professor you'd wish for.