Launching a new theatre company, alumni and students creatively worked side-by-side with IWU faculty to create an indelible portrayal of the struggles of America's working poor.
Travis Williams '10 received international recognition from the Modernist Versions Project for a drawing that reconstructs Joyce's Ulysses as it corresponds to organs of the human body.
Maria Gonzalez '08 draws attention as a top-shelf illustrator and art director, including award-winning designs inspired by her mother's home in Mexico.
In her book, How We Die Now: Intimacy and the Work of Dying Karla Erickson '95 examines how social rituals have not kept pace with longer lives and slower deaths.
New Alumni Association President Sundeep Mullangi '97 believes that IWU alumni love their alma mater but don't always know how to stay involved -- or that they're even needed. He wants to change that.
Sung Jin Hong '97 is developing a mini-opera that will integrate Percy Bysshe Shelley's sonnet Ozymandias with the award-winning crime drama Breaking Bad.