February was a short month packed with busy days celebrating gratitude, hearing influential guest speakers, taking polar plunges, dancing, laughing, learning and more. Take a look at our month in photos.
January brought us a new semester, new year, new and renewed experiences -- including a return of the annual Gospel Festival and Teach-In celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. See our month in photos.
As we made the final push to the end of the semester, we still found moments of joy -- in each other’s faith traditions, the first snowfall of the season, and the occasional hilarity of late-night study sessions.
In November, we tried to be good to each other, even when we disagreed. We invite you to take a look at our month in photos.
From honoring alumni during Homecoming, to celebrating ancient customs and new facilities, to traveling for Fall Break, this October made us glad to be a part of the Illinois Wesleyan community.
The semester got into full swing this month at Illinois Wesleyan, with an invocation to “stand together…amid a world full of beauty, but broken, too. May we grow this new year in wisdom and courage.”
August brings the newest members of the Titan family to Illinois Wesleyan, and it’s impossible for the rest of the campus community not to be inspired by their enthusiasm.
See this summer in photos, and you'll see that Titans pursued their passions both here in Bloomington and far beyond the gates of campus.
Whether through research presentations, art show openings, senior recitals, athletic competitions or awards ceremonies, students had a lot to accomplish and to celebrate at IWU in April – while Mother Nature gave us beautiful blooms just as finals kicked in, reminding us to breathe.
See photos celebrating the Class of 2016 Commencement on Sunday, May 1.
Take a look at our month in photos. We looked forward to a well-earned spring break, anticipated the first day of spring, and expected the rest of the month to be a rush of events and preparations as we moved toward the end of the academic year.