When the Beatles burst onto the Ed Sullivan Show and the world stage 50 years ago, it was an event that unified an entire culture, says Wesleyan's Michael Weis.
Retiring History Professor Paul Bushnell worked for change both at Illinois Wesleyan and in the Civil Rights Movement, as featured in the Winter IWU Magazine.
A new study, co-authored by Wesleyan's Edgar Lehr, reveals record biodiversity and new species of amphibians and reptiles in Peru's Manú National Park, as reported by National Geographic.
Wesleyan's Kevin Strandberg adapted older film cameras in, "The Franken-Camera Project: from the sublime to the ridiculous," reported by The Pantagraph. See a video.
Wesleyan's Gabriel C. Spalding has been elected as a Fellow of SPIE, an elite honor for those who make significant contributions in the multidisciplinary fields of optics, photonics and imaging.
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.
Two School of Nursing faculty members have been awarded Nurse Educator Fellowships from the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
A composition by Illinois Wesleyan Provost Jonathan Green will receive its world premiere at Carnegie Hall as part of the Distinguished Concerts International New York (DCINY) Artist Series.
A new book by Prof. Carole Myscofski provides a rare look at Catholic colonial views of the ideal woman, patterns in women's education, religious views on marriage and sexuality, and the development of magical practices among women in the colonial era of Brazil.
Wesleyan's William Munro, a native of South Africa, reflects on the nearly incomparable moral authority of Nelson Mandela, who died Dec. 5, in The Pantagraph.