Julie Dunbar '80, president of Dunbar Transportation Consulting, received the inaugural Outstanding Industry Contributor Award from the Zephyr Foundation.
Heather Huftalin '06 has been named marketing manager at Jones Naturals LLC.
Ron Rose ’88 and Brady Rose ’19 celebrated Brady’s final home basketball game Wednesday at the Shirk Center.
Scott Moreau '01, who has been performing as Johnny Cash for a decade, is now appearing in Late and Alone: An Intimate Portrait of Johnny Cash at Feinstein's/54 Below in New York City.
B. Charles and Joyce Eichhorn Ames Professor of Physics Gabe Spalding was part of an international research team that developed an innovation using sound and light that might pave the way to advanced drug discovery and disease diagnosis.
John Updike Review
An essay by R. Forrest Colwell Endowed Chair and Professor of English James Plath, “In the Manner of Michelangelo: John Updike’s The Poorhouse Fair," was published in the latest issue of The John Updike Review, Vol. 6 No. 2.
Morton (Ill.) Times-News
The Barn III Dinner Theatre and Event Center, under the direction of new owner and CEO Abby Reel ’04, opened its doors Thursday in Goodfield, Illinois.
Associate Professor of Business Administration Fred Hoyt offered tips for celebrating Valentine’s Day on a budget.
Illinois Wesleyan announced a 2.1 percent rise in spring enrollment from one year ago.
The Lettermen, featuring Bobby Poynton '80, will perform at the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, California.