Yale University professor Laura Wexler told an Illinois Wesleyan audience that debate over the role of photography in influencing public opinion is as old as photography itself, and one of the early proponents of that role was Frederick Douglass.
(Salem, Ill.) WJBD Radio
Jim Wasem '57, a former minor league baseball star and longtime college coach, was inducted into Patoka High School's Alumni Hall of Fame.
Feminist economist Yana Rodgers, this year's Eckley Lecturer at Illinois Wesleyan, discussed how women's empowerment is a net gain for both developed and developing nations.
The (Racine, Wis.) Journal Times
Ryan Andersen '17 has been selected as a soloist for Illinois Wesleyan's annual Henry Charles Memorial Concerto-Aria Concert.
The (Champaign) News-Gazette
After his death on Feb. 1, longtime Champaign jeweler Neil Browne '74 was remembered as an honest man, a successful businessman and a skilled craftsman.
Members of Illinois Wesleyan's 1997 NCAA Division III national championship men's basketball team will be honored at halftime of Saturday's game.
Under new director Glenn Wilson, Illinois Wesleyan University's annual winter jazz festival is being broadened into a community-wide event while tapping the potential of the visiting guest artists.
The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune
Michael O'Neill is among students who received four-year, full-tuition leadership scholarships to attend Illinois Wesleyan, thanks to The Posse Foundation.
With 108 years of pent-up demand, fans gathered at Illinois Wesleyan's Shirk Center for a chance to see the Chicago Cubs World Series trophy.
(Auburn, Maine) Twin City Times
Dr. Jamie Loggins '92 is a bariatric surgeon at Central Maine Medical Center, and performed surgery on Governor Paul R. LePage and his wife, First Lady Ann LePage.