A set of gates at Illinois Wesleyan will be named in honor of the family who sold land to the school some 165 years ago. The Oct. 5 dedication will be part of Homecoming festivities.
(Decatur) Herald & Review
Britt Boles '13 has been promoted to business tax manager at RSM US LLP, a leading provider of audit, tax and consulting services.
(Kankakee) Daily Journal
Lori Marek Birtley '76, a fellow Central Illinois native and IWU classmate of Jack Sikma '77, reunited with the new Hall of Famer at a reception hosted by alumni in Seattle.
Illinois Wesleyan Athletic Director Mike Wagner has announced the university plans to add men's volleyball and women's bowling for the 2020-2021 athletic year.
Cobb (Georgia) Business Journal
Cobb-based Sterling Seacrest Partners, a top insurance brokerage and consulting firm, has named Shannon Baker '14 as a client advisor.
IWU student-athlete Charlie Hildestad '22 has found "relief and happiness" after receiving a cure for a heart arrhythmia.
Joe Ruffolo '88, a physics teacher at West Leyden High School in Northlake, Illinois, is a finalist for Illinois Teacher of the Year.
Karen Bussone, the director of the Small Business Development Center of McLean County at Illinois Wesleyan, wrote about opportunities in small business entrepreneurship for veterans.
With Illinois Wesleyan alum Michael Tipsord '81 as CEO, State Farm is among a majority of Fortune 100 companies whose chief executives attended schools outside the Ivy League.
Jack Sikma '77 officially entered the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Sept. 6. Coverage included The Seattle Times, Washington Post (Associated Press) and The Pantagraph.