A new book by alumnus Eric Gardner '89, Black Print Unbound: The Christian Recorder, African American Literature, and Periodical Culture, explores the lives of subscribers to the country's oldest black periodical.
Bianca Spratt '11 returned to campus to speak to students about making the most of the multitude of opportunities at Illinois Wesleyan.
Among the many alumni who represent their employers at Wesleyan's annual internship fair are newly employed grads looking to fill their own former intern positions.
Alumna Kat White '85 served as an executive producer of the documentary The Trials of Muhammad Ali, which won a News and Documentary Emmy.
Chicago-based community leader and Illinois Wesleyan alumnus Juan Salgado has been named one of the 24 MacArthur Fellows for 2015.
Kari Sand-Jecklin '82 will receive the School of Nursing's Distinguished Alumna Award during Homecoming activities on Oct. 10.