Illinois Wesleyan's study abroad photo contest offers students returning from abroad a chance to visually share their life-altering experiences.
Illinois Wesleyan accounting majors have stepped into the work force as paid interns with public accounting firms this semester -- and will stay on track to finish their coursework in four years.
Business administration major Cameron Loyet '18 has been awarded the IWU Entrepreneurial Fellowship to launch a company marketing honey-based gourmet chocolate bars.
Twenty Illinois Wesleyan students will head to Washington, D.C. over spring break as participants in the University's Career Immersion Excursion.
Nearly 100 students presented their work during a closing symposium for courses associated with the 2016-17 intellectual theme, Women's Power, Women's Justice.
Dozens of students and faculty members came together to write letters at Amnesty International's annual Write for Rights event, petitioning on behalf of individuals around the globe.
Rebecca Anderson '19 won Illinois Wesleyan's 2015-16 contest for her essay, "I, the unreliable, Rigoberta Menchu."
Based on their performances in regional competition, seven Illinois Wesleyan students advanced to semi-finals and two others are eligible to compete in the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) 2017 national student auditions.