The exhibit at The Ames Library, “Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness,” allows a comprehensive look into the lives of Native Americans, exploring the connections between wellness and cultural life.
Springfield (Ill.) Business Journal
Stephen Paul Antonacci ’90 was named president and CEO of Security Bank.
The Lobbying Show
P.J. Hoffman ’03 discussed his work as the director of regulatory affairs at Electronic Transaction Associations.
Green Bay (Wis.) Press Gazette
IWU photographer/ videographer Jason Reblando recently opened his exhibit, “New Deal Utopias,” at the Miller Art Museum in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin.
Professor of Economics Diego Mendez-Carbajo weighed in on the local impact of the longest government shutdown in history, while Faculty Grants Manager Shireen Schrock discussed its impact on grants in The Pantagraph.
Illinois Wesleyan's Esports team competed in SixtySix Games, the biggest Esports event in Bloomington-Normal’s history, held over the weekend at Grossinger Motors Arena. More coverage from WGLT Radio.
Todd French ’93 is the founder of WineBerserkers.com, the world’s largest and most active online wine forum.
The Love & Lies of Rukhsana Ali, a debut novel by Sabina Khan ’97, has appeared on several lists of anticipated reads, including Seventeen Magazine's best young adult reads of the year.
A drum ceremony marked the opening of the exhibit “Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness" at The Ames Library.