Lexi Baltes '14 is one of nine finalists to be honored by the NCAA for achievements in academics, athletics, community service and leadership.
Jenny Prochotsky '16 has organized a gleaning project to distribute free fresh produce at pop-up produce stands in west Bloomington's food desert.
Families reconnected and got a taste of Illinois Wesleyan campus life during Family Weekend.
A collaborative series of Thursday night programs will address diversity and invite dialogue in ways that emphasize the importance of dignity for all people.
The Illinois Wesleyan College Democrats were named the 2014 National Chapter of the Year at the College Democrats of America national convention in Atlanta, Ga.
The Class of 2018 is celebrating their arrival as Titans – and receiving enthusiastic welcomes to campus – on social media.
From great literature to multifaith traditions to creative writing as therapy, four students pondered big ideas as recipients of student research awards through a Re-Centering the Humanities grant.
Illinois Wesleyan's Center for Human Rights and Social Justice provides summer opportunities for students to actively support human rights efforts around the world.