Apr 052017
 

April 5, 2017 is our day of giving at Illinois Wesleyan and this year’s theme is Tune In for All In! Not only is today a day for giving, it’s a day to celebrate IWU and all of the things that make it special.

Visit https://www.iwu.edu/all-in/ to learn more and donate.

Donate today! Go Titans!

Mar 292017
 

Jim Kidder ’62, president of Illinois Council of Orchestras has been awarded the 2017 Board President of the Year in recognition of his achievements. Congratulations Jim!

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Feb 202017
 

Donor support allows IWU students to continue to have experiences that make being a Titan unique and transformative. To be among those celebrated today, make a gift at www.iwu.edu/give.

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Feb 152017
 
Romancing Northampton, a collection by Emily Stedman ’69, is being featured at Historic Northampton Museum. The image above is a painting from her collection.
“Romancing Northampton explores our longing for a sense of continuity with our past.  New York City artist Emily Stedman has created a series of watercolor paintings based on archival photos from Historic Northampton’s collection. Through the use of transparent watercolor on paper, Stedman interprets these photos and creates lively, optimistic, and colorful visual stories. Looking at the past gives a much-needed context, direction and perspective on who we are and where we come from. In our dreams we are momentarily on our bicycles, wherever we grew up, and doing whatever it was we loved doing. In our minds’ eye, Grandma sat and knitted while kittens played with her yarn, kids wandered and explored outside for hours and chores were a part of life.”
You can read more about Emily’s work on her website: http://www.emilystedman.com/
Opening Reception: Friday, February 10th Arts Night Out 5 to 8 pm
Exhibition Dates: February 10-March 5, 2017
Exhibition Hours: Wednesday – Saturday 10 am to 4 pm Sundays 12 noon to 5 pm
Venue: Historic Northampton Museum
 46 Bridge Street
 Northampton, MA
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Jan 242017
 

As she celebrated the Martin Luther King Day of Service, Marilea White ’63 recalled marching with King in Atlanta in 1961 while helping children at Bent Elementary in Bloomington with arts and crafts on their Martin Luther King Day of Service.

Click here for a link to the entire article.

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