• For the 10th time since 2001 and the 15th time overall, the Illinois Wesleyan men's golf team is the winner of the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin championship.
• The softball team will play in the NCAA regional beginning Thursday, May 9, as the No. 2 seed. The Titans earned an at-large berth into the 62-team Division III national tournament. This will be their 12th NCAA tournament appearance, the second in a row.
• At the recent Tommy Awards on campus, the Illinois Wesleyan University men's and women's cross country teams received the Do Good Award for their volunteer work with the Lunch Buddy program at Sheridan Elementary School.
Find highlights at www.iwusports.com
Wednesday, May 8
May Term classes begin.
• 11:45 a.m., Bertholf Commons, Memorial Center -- Opening May Term Event -- Provost Jonathan Green will speak.
Thursday, May 9
• 12:10 p.m., McLean County Museum of History (200 N. Main St., Bloomington) -- Lunch and Learn -- Byron S. Tucci Professor of Hispanic Studies Carolyn Nadeau will present "Transatlantic Exchanges: The Rise of the Spanish Restaurant in the United States."
• 5 p.m., Jack Horenberger Field -- CCIW Baseball Tournament -- Games continue through Saturday, May 11. Watch live video at www.iwu.edu/livesports/
• 4 p.m., Merwin and Wakeley Galleries, Joyce Eichhorn Ames School of Art -- Gallery Talk and Opening Reception for Art Exhibition -- Exhibits by Brent Cole and Dane Sorenson will be on display.
• 4 p.m., CLA 305 -- Study Abroad Exchange Programs Information Session -- Students are invited to learn more about studying abroad with one of IWU's overseas exchange partners: Al Akhawayn University in Morocco, Keio University in Tokyo or Lingnan University in Hong Kong.
• 7 p.m., Hansen Student Center -- International Film Series on Women's Issues: Vanaja
Friday, May 10
• 7 p.m., Hansen Student Center -- Indian Classical Dance Demonstration -- Uma Kallakuri, Indian Classical Dance guru, will perform a demonstration concert with live musical accompaniment.
Saturday, May 11
• 8 a.m., CNS Atrium -- Seminar to Discuss the Creation of a Center for Human Rights and Social Justice -- Members of the campus community are invited to discuss the ways a proposed Center can support our University mission, goals for the Center and logistical questions involved in its future operations.
• 9 a.m., Memorial Center -- Poverty Simulation -- An interactive workshop, "Step Into Poverty," will enable participants to view poverty from different angles and discuss the potential for change within our community. Sign up here.
Additionally, volunteer opportunities are available in the community on Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19.
Monday, May 13
• 4 p.m., Beckman Auditorium, The Ames Library -- Student Panel: Immigration -- Presented by Amanda Knezovich '13, Melissa Seeborg '13, Laura Hones '13 and Sylvia Rusin '13.
Find more events on the Campus Calendar.
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The tool-lending library founded by Matt LaLonde '14 has received a $25,000 State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant.
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After serving 10 days of her 15-day sentence for civil disobedience (trespassing) during a protest against fracking, activist Sandra Steingraber '81 was released from jail.
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• George Jones '77, lauded director of fine arts at the Garland (Texas) Independent School District and longtime leader of the Richardson Community Band, was honored with a community concert.
• Mary (Hartwig) Winn '43 was named a 2013 Woman of Achievement by the Clinton, Iowa YWCA in the Civic/Community category.
Winn was a music teacher at Jefferson Elementary for 26 years and since has volunteered at Jefferson and Eagle Heights Elementary in Clinton, Iowa, for the past 29 years, focusing on enrichment subjects requested by the teaching staff.
"This 91 year-old exudes giving, enthusiasm, resourcefulness, creativeness, love of teaching, love of music, love of family and friends, love of life," a nominator wrote.
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