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Oct 022017
 

In less than two weeks, Titans will descend upon the IWU campus to celebrate Homecoming 2017! While counting down the days until we gather at our alma mater, let’s reminisce about our fondest IWU memories!

My favorite memories involve late nights spent on deadline in the Argus office with the dedicated newspaper staff, ensuring we covered the latest news on campus. Would anyone like to share their favorite IWU memories? Comment below.

If you are still finalizing your Homecoming itinerary, be sure to make a stop at the International RSO Fair featuring IWU’s multicultural registered student organizations, and enjoy activities and musical performances. Join in the fun on Saturday, Oct. 14, at the Hansen Student Center, Center Court, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. A light lunch will be provided; please register either online or by phone by Oct. 8.

For more information, visit the Homecoming Facebook page or the International RSO Fair Facebook event.

Oct 022017
 

Ron Ekstrand, Class of 1986, was recently named the Interim CEO for the national office of Easterseals located in Chicago. After eight years of working at an affiliate in Missouri as the President and COO of Easterseals Midwest, Ekstrand moved to Chicago and joined the national office team in March 2016. Easterseals is the largest provider of disability services in the country and help people with disabilities live, learn, work and play in their communities.

Sep 242017
 
Julie Holliday ’88 recently started a senior move management company called Beautiful Life Senior Relocation Services. This service helps seniors with a personalized plan and assistance as they downsize into a new home. The goal is to bring peace of mind and less stress to a very challenging situation by partnering with the senior and their family to create a smooth transition. She is a proud member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers.
Aug 082017
 
Daniel Parod ’88 was appointed president of St. Vincent’s Southwest Region, providing leadership and guidance to the more than 750 physicians and 3,500 associates in the region.