Kane County Chronicle
Connor Speck, a 2017 School of Theatre Arts graduate, expresses his artistic ideas through theater clothing and costumes.
Greg King, Illinois Wesleyan's associate vice president for enrollment management, shared advice for families embarking on the college search process.
Now out with a full-length album, the all-alumni band Red Scarves took shape after members took an IWU course devoted to the music of Bob Dylan.
President Eric Jensen said Illinois Wesleyan is taking a well-reasoned approach in response to declining enrollments, which are affecting higher education in Illinois and across the country.
Students were encouraged to practice gratitude in a "Positivity Poultry" event sponsored by the campus chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Wesleyan's Meghan Burke gives advice for maintaining civil conversation around divisive topics during family holidays.
Wesleyan's Given Harper talks (wild) turkeys and it's a special IWU birth for 2007 alum Laura (Curtis) Kraynak's new daughter in Bill Flick's Sunday column.
President Eric Jensen discussed provisions of the House GOP version of the tax reform bill, unveiled last week in Washington, which includes taxes that could affect Illinois Wesleyan and its employees.
Wesleyan's Abby Reel '04 is a "theatre angel" spearheading efforts to continue the legacy of Conklin's Barn II Dinner Theater, now being demolished, by raising a Barn III.
Todd Stocke '93 discussed his vision as the senior vice president and editorial director at Sourcebooks.