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Sep 142017
 

Since a 2015 storm destroyed the Barn II Dinner Theater in Goodfield, IL, Abby Reel ’04 has been working to save it.

The antique structure had long been used by a theater troupe and was well-known in the community. After it sustained catastrophic damaged, locals and enthusiasts have been campaigning to rebuild the site.

The initiative is estimated to cost $100,000, which will provide updated facilities and accommodate nearly 40% more capacity. Materials from the original site will be integrated into the design as a nod to its rich history. The building, aptly named The Barn III, will expand its use to include community events and weddings.

To learn more about the plans, visit www.thebarnIII.com. To read the full article, click here.

Jul 192017
 

Help us encourage Titan Pride by sharing this message with your fellow Titans!

We’re excited to announce Titan socks are back for the second time ever! This year’s exclusive socks feature the Illinois Wesleyan spirit logo. You and your friends can get in on the fun with a minimum gift of $25 before the fiscal year ends on July 31, 2017.

Jul 192017
 

 

Mark your calendar!
October 13-15, 2017

Join us in celebrating Illinois Wesleyan Homecoming 2017 – Titans Around the World! We hope to see you back on campus to meet up with friends, participate in new and traditional activities, network, and much more!

Our complete Homecoming 2017 schedule and registration will be available in August at iwu.edu/homecoming. Please call 888-IWU-ALUM for questions and more information.

See you in October!

May 152017
 
Earlier this year, Kyle Venvertloh ’04 joined Quincy Recycling as general manager of the Quincy industrial recycling facility. He is responsible for the management of all functional and operational areas, including sales, customer service, and business development, to name a few.
To read more, visit this post:
Congratulations on your new role, Kyle!
Apr 222017
 

Brooke Bailey ’04 has been named principal of Pond Springs Elementary School in Austin, Texas. Brooke was assistant principal for the school since 2013 and has over 12 years experience in her field.

Of her recent promotion, Superintendent of Schools Steve Flores said, “She has a strong relationship with the Pond Springs community and I am confident that she will continue to further build connections and develop their culture for academic achievement.”

Congratulations!

You can read more about it here: http://patch.com/texas/round-rock/round-rock-isd-names-new-principal-pond-springs-elementary-school