The Council for IWU Women, created to instill confidence in female students with the help of successful alumnae as mentors and as resources, will host its annual summit Feb. 26-28.
Winners in the annual Best Gateway Essay contest include Faith Borland '17 for "Leave Creation to the Creator: The Corrupt Creator in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein."
Michael Hennel '16, Steph McAtee '16 and Jonas Wightman '16 are studying in England through the Pembroke Visiting Student Programme.
Biology majors Jason Murphy '14 and Mark Swanson '14 developed a research technique they described in The Auk: Ornithological Advances, one of the top ornithological journals in the world.
Numerous awards were presented to students whose artwork is featured in the 28th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition.
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.