This year's first-year class at IWU may be the largest in at least five years, and is expected to be the most diverse.
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Illinois Wesleyan welcomed its Esports team to campus as they prepare for their first year of varsity competition, and the team got a first glimpse at IWU’s Esports Arena
Illinois Wesleyan and Illinois State University's Collegiate Chapter of Habitat for Humanity will soon break ground on its 25th house.
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Incoming music education major Dylan Propheter '22 won the 2018 Palmer Family Music Education Scholarship, awarded by the DeKalb County Community Foundation.
Trombonist Philip Jones '73 has spent a lifetime performing alongside musical legends, including Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Roy Orbison and Buddy Rich.
Former WRTV anchor Ken Nelson ’67 explains why he is answering a call to ministry at age 74, in his "so-called retirement."
Community Consolidated School District 181 in Clarendon Hills hired Christopher Reid '95, currently a resource teacher for the district, as a pupil service administrator.
Jazz studies director Glenn Wilson’s nonprofit “Further Jazz” has received grants to produce six concerts, each preceded by a jazz movie.
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A board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Ramin Fathi '06 has joined Southwest Skin Specialists, a part of U.S. Dermatology Partners, in Phoenix, Arizona.
As Investigation Discovery launches a new true crime series, "Twisted Sisters," Associate Professor of Psychology Amanda Vicary was quoted on possible reasons for the popularity of true crime shows among women.