Board-certified pediatrician Stephanie A. Whyte '91 has joined Chicago Public Schools as its first ever Chief Health Officer.
Brooke Trantor '11 is pursuing a lifelong dream as a student in the legendary Second City improv troupe's Hollywood conservatory.
As "head nerd" in charge of information technology for the NFL's Atlanta Falcons, Karl Pierburg '98 applies his twin passions for football and complex problem solving.
Bloomington-based builder Ed Brady '85 has been elected a vice chairman of the National Association of Home Builders.
Alumni of a vocal ensemble whose campus legacy spanned nearly 70 years -- along with an a cappella group celebrating 10 years -- reunited at Homecoming, as featured in the new edition of the IWU Magazine.
As the winner of the 2013 Barry Alexander International Vocal Competition, Kate Tombaugh '07 will make her solo debut at Carnegie Hall on Jan. 27.