Illinois Wesleyan University far exceeded its $400,000 goal for its “All In for Wesleyan” fundraising day on April 11. IWU Pride Alumni participation was featured in the Illinois Eagle.
As longtime sportswriter Dave Kindred ’63 covered his 52nd Masters, author John Feinstein noted "Dave can write well and passionately about anything" – and nothing better than golf.
Illinois Wesleyan University students will present their research projects at the John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference, with documentary filmmaker Renèe Scheltema as keynote speaker.
Netflix announced it will adapt the Broadway musical The Prom, co-produced by Bill Damaschke ’85, into a feature-length movie.
Bloom Community School students teamed up with Assistant Professor of Psychology Ellen Furlong and her students to research primates at the Louisville Zoo.
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Twenty-five years after he nearly lost his voice — and his life — after being shot outside a West Chicago restaurant, Wayne Messmer ’72 sang the national anthem at the Chicago Cubs home opener.
International environmental activist, food sovereignty advocate and feminist Vandana Shiva will speak at IWU as part of the Stevenson Memorial Lecture Series on April 15.
Keeping programs up to date with the needs of today and tomorrow are aims shared by universities locally and throughout the nation, including Illinois Wesleyan.
Jack Sikma ’77 was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. More coverage from The Pantagraph, WJBC Radio, Seattle Times, (Milwaukee) Journal Sentinel, (Kankakee, Ill.) Daily Journal, and SportspressNW.com.
Associate Professor of Psychology Amanda Vicary discussed public interest in true crime as it relates to scams, and how to prevent and survive crimes.