The Pantagraph
    May 4
    With a nod to diversity and its largest graduating class of international students, Illinois Wesleyan offered a translation of Sunday's commencement ceremony in Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. Also on WGLT.

    WRCB-TV (Chattanooga, Tennessee)
    May 3
    John Tharp ’93 will be the learning community executive director for the Harrison Bay Learning Community, a collection of 14 schools in Hamilton County.

    The Pantagraph
    May 2
    An international studies major with an Hispanic studies minor, standout softball player Sam Berghoff '20 will study and complete an internship in Argentina this fall.

    (Arlington Heights) Daily Herald
    April 28
    Rolling Meadows High School theater director Britnee Ruscitti Kenyon '10 discussed her decision to tackle the bleak, dystopian world of George Orwell's novel, "1984," adapted for the stage. 

    The Pantagraph
    April 27
    As the Small Business Development Center at Illinois Wesleyan celebrates Small Business Week, it also marks more than a year of serving clients -- often with student involvement.

    WJBC Radio
    April 25
    Kirk Schroeder '84, the co-founder of two life science companies, will deliver the keynote address at his alma mater during Illinois Wesleyan’s commencement on May 6.

    (Kankakee) Daily Journal
    April 24
    Dr. Cheryl Emmons '79 will receive the Lucille Thies Personal Achievement Award from the Manteno Historical Society.

    Litigation Finance Journal
    April 23
    Paul Mysliwiec '04 has joined Burford Capital, a global finance and investment management firm focused on law, as Corporate Counsel.

    The Pantagraph
    April 23
    Alumni Dianne (Smith) Williamson '62, Nancy Steele Brokaw '71 and Linda (Lueck) Bollivar '88 were nominated for the 2018 YWCA Women of Distinction Award.

    WGLT Radio
    April 17
    In bringing a guest artist to perform with the IWU Jazz Ensemble, Director of Jazz Glenn Wilson said he hopes some of John D'earth joy and passion for the music will rub off on his students.