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The MoonSharks, an ensemble of nine veteran Chicago performers including Lizzie Daniels '12, will perform An Improvised Play in June at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre.
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Harold Guskin, a revered acting coach and former Illinois Wesleyan faculty member whose students included Richard Jenkins '69, died at age 76.
Golfer Chris Green ’09 wrote a column providing tips on how to fix a slice.
Illinois Wesleyan students will team up with Prairie Fire Theater to stage the original children’s opera Baobob, penned by alumna Nancy Steele Brokaw ’71 and directed by Rhys Lovell '87.
Illinois Wesleyan University professor Linda French spoke to Newsweek about recent astronomical proof of a carbon-rich asteroid, exiled from our inner solar system to the Kuiper Belt, beyond Neptune.
Illinois Wesleyan’s Center for Natural Science Learning and Research atrium was named The Wilson Atrium, in honor of former University President Richard F. Wilson and his wife, Patricia L. Wilson.
Activist and author Charlene Carruthers '07 discussed her vision for change in a segment on Sound Ideas.
Illinois Wesleyan celebrated graduates at Commencement, where new grads celebrated their wishes and hard work fulfilled.
Sports editor Randy Kindred profiled longtime IWU “emeritus assistant softball coach” Lyle Day.
Former IWU runner Dana Rotz '14 returned to the Bloomington area to win the 12K women's race at the 37th annual Lake Run on May 5.