Uinta (Wyo.) County Herald
Grace Raymond Hebard, an 1893 alum, and her impact on the state of Wyoming are on display in a museum gallery in Uinta County, Wyoming.
Vernon Prenzler ’50, who died on March 10 at age 90, was remembered for changing the look of Bloomington-Normal.
As IWU's equipment manager, Tony Robbins ’83 makes sure all of IWU’s student-athletes have their equipment ready every day for practices and games.
Washington (DC) Blade
Anthony Michael Lopez ’08 is starring in Vanity Fair at the Shakespeare Theatre Company: Lansburgh Theatre in Washington, DC through March 31.
The (Alton) Telegraph
Spencer Burbach ’21 discussed his Illinois Wesleyan experience, including a Spring Break tour of the United States and Canada with the Collegiate Choir.
Madison-St. Clair Record
Attorney Matthew T. Glavin '01, previously the national director of Government and Regulatory Affairs for American Water, has joined the Cozen O'Connor law firm as counsel and principal of its Public Strategies Group.
Olivia Ruff '19 talked about the impact of teachers who were honored during the event she helped to organize, hosted by Not In Our School Bloomington-Normal at IWU.
James (Jim) R. Brown '77 has qualified for Court of the Table membership in the Million Dollar Roundtable, an international, independent association of leading life insurance producers.
Columnist Bill Flick gave tribute to the legendary oak, which fell last fall on Illinois Wesleyan's Quad.
Olivia Ruff ’19 is one of the organizers of a “Not in Our School” event that will recognize area school employees working to end bullying, hosted at IWU's Hansen Student Center. Additional coverage from The Pantagraph.