Residents on Bloomington's west side were concerned their bus stops had no seating, so recent graduate Julie Lewis spearheaded a community-wide project to build benches.
Journalist Jenny Nordberg's book about the practice of bacha posh -- disguising young girls as boys in gender-segregated Afghanistan -- is Illinois Wesleyan's Summer Reading Program selection.
Ruomeng Zhang '16 transformed from fear to confidence during her time at Illinois Wesleyan, thanks in part to close relationships with faculty who encouraged her varied talents.
Fourteen Illinois Wesleyan students heading to Asia this month received a briefing from Philippine Consul General Generoso D.G. Calonge in Chicago.
Thomas Bravos '17 and Christina Fitsalos '19 have been selected to receive competitive scholarships from the PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation.
Rachel Aron '16 and Kaitlyn O'Brien'19 will receive scholarships to carry out Hispanic Studies research off campus.
Patients at the Community Health Care Clinic can now gain better understanding of their diagnoses, thanks to 3D health models from a Community Engagement Grant written by Stephanie Dizon '16.
From her first day at Illinois Wesleyan, Jazmyne Kellogg '16 found the passion that lead to her choice of major, experiences studying abroad, and a host of leadership roles on campus.