Black Mountain News (N.C.)
David Wilken '92 is musical director of the Land of the Sky Symphonic Band, which performed a concert "filled with musical goosebump moments" on Oct. 31.
Lindsey Fitzharris ’04 visited her alma mater to share tales of “the grisly world of Victorian medicine,” also detailed in her award-winning book The Butchering Art.
Victims of the Oct. 27 synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh were honored in a gathering at Illinois Wesleyan's Evelyn Chapel.
WNIJ (DeKalb, Ill.) Radio
Emmy Award-winning and Oscar-nominated Richard Jenkins '69 returned to his hometown DeKalb and shared insights with students at Northern Illinois University.
Theresa Payton, a former White House chief information officer, presented a Q&A session at IWU as part of the Stevenson Lecture Series.
Legendary football coaches Norm Eash ’75 and Ken Leonard forged a friendship growing up in Chenoa, Illinois, which continues to this day.
Sandusky (Ohio) Register
Retired Lt. Col. Virginia Orr '76 received the CIA Office of General Counsel’s Kathy Stewart Award, recognizing CIA attorneys who show dedication, commitment and genuine care for others.
The Small Business Development Center at Illinois Wesleyan is leading a project to promote Small Business Saturday on Nov. 24, working in partnership with the city and town, the Chamber of Commerce and the West Bloomington Revitalization Project.
Waunakee (Wis.) Tribune
Judy Walker ’68, whose love of music was nurtured by her parents, has spent her career sharing her knowledge and expertise as a professor of music.
Illinois Wesleyan will host “Illuminating Justice, Inspiring Music: An Afternoon with the Saint John’s Bible”on Oct. 28 at Evelyn Chapel.