Student leaders of the College Republicans and College Democrats faced off in a MLK Day debate about Voter ID laws -- while living together amiably as campus roommates.
Theatre design and technology major Aaron Harris Woodstein '15 has gone from playwright to producer to stage his autobiographical play Turn That Thing Around at Illinois Wesleyan.
Through funding from the Freeman Foundation, IWU is offering opportunities for students to intern in Asia this summer or during the 2015-16 academic year while studying abroad in Hong Kong.
Music composed by Katie Bregman '14 was selected for a new documentary on youth with incarcerated parents - combining her twin passions of music and social justice.
Megan Win ’16, a music and psychology double major, will pursue both fields while studying in Denmark.
After gaining feedback at Startup Weekend in Los Angeles, three IWU students are ready to launch a business for buying and selling used textbooks.
During this season of thanks, Illinois Wesleyan students have come together to help make it possible for others to have plentiful tables.
Taking advantage of opportunities around the globe, 12 Illinois Wesleyan students have received study abroad scholarships funded by a gift from alumna Betty Ritchie-Birrer '47.