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Illinois Wesleyan graduate and DreamWorks Animation Chief Creative Officer Bill Damaschke ’85 discussed a new film that will include the talents of fellow alum Richard Jenkins ’69.
Opera singer Kyle Pfortmiller ’92 was profiled as he returned to campus for classes and a concert.
Bloomington will benefit from the work of university students as part of a pilot program designed to give them real-world experience in local government.
Columnist Bill Flick described the amazing athleticism of 94-year-old retired professor D. Paul Miller.
For the upcoming production of Aristophanes’ “The Birds,” costume designer and graduate student Taylar Kuzniar-Klouda ’07 has created costumes from recycled and found objects.
Illinois Wesleyan trustee Willie Brown told a Diversity Project audience to work hard, whatever the job, to “eliminate unused potential.”
Dead Man Walking author Sister Helen Prejean encouraged the Founders’ Day audience to help the disenfranchised.
Death penalty opponent Sister Helen Prejean discussed her continuing mission as she prepared to speak at Illinois Wesleyan.