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Indiana Start-Ups Receive Paid Interns Through IWU and Lilly

Sixteen start-up businesses and organizations across Indiana were recently awarded paid interns from Indiana Wesleyan University and funded by a...

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S. Truett Cathy: Why Not

“It’s nice to be with you today. It’s nice to be anywhere when you are 90 years old.” That is...

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What to Think About The U.S. News and World Report Rankings

Don Sprowl Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs The U.S. News and World Report annual ranking of colleges and universities...

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IWU Hosts 25th Anniversary Colescott Golf Tournament

Indiana Wesleyan University will host the 25th Jack and Marge Colescott Athletic Scholarship Golf Tournament on September 11 at Arbor...

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IWU Names Dr. Jerry Pattengale as First University Professor

Indiana Wesleyan University, founded in 1920, has named Dr. Jerry Pattengale its first University Professor. The title of University Professor...

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IWU Honors Alex Huskey with Maidenberg Community Service Award

Alex Huskey received the 2014 Tony Maidenberg Award for community service during Indiana Wesleyan University’s annual back-to-school convocation on August...

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IWU Formalizes Partnership with Australia Campus

President David Wright announces the partnership between IWU and Wesley Institute in Sydney, Australia, making their global Christian learning community...

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#WesleyIsWaiting

While students enjoy their summer vacations, far away from IWU, Wesley Wildcat is waiting eagerly for his friends to come...

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“The Perfect Fit”

The Troy Daily news has a story today about Grant Zawadzki, a IWU Wildcats basketball recruit who has spent the...

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Serving Students at First Friday

Once again this year, Indiana Wesleyan University is providing students in area schools with free bags of personal hygiene products...

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Teach a Few to Teach Millions

Dr. Brad Oliver, associate professor of education for the IWU School of Educational Leadership, has been in the Democratic Republic...

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Saving for a Rainy Day

Indiana Public Media’s Noon Edition radio program has an interview with Timothy Bowman, director of the Ron Blue Institute for...

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A Stellar Community

WIWU-TV has cooperated with the City of Marion to create a video putting the city’s heritage, community values and future development...

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Loving the LGBTQ Communities

IWU student Phil Ross has a post today on Love is an Orientation, a blog from the Chicago-based Marin Foundation, a Christian...

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Say Hello To Noelle

Say hello to Noelle. She doesn’t say much, but she’s an important new member of the School of Nursing (SON)...

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“All I know is how to be a chaplain”

Richard Bareiss can be forgiven if he doesn’t respond immediately when someone calls him by his first  name. For the...

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Irrepressible Joy

Chelsea Rethlake died of cancer on September 29, 2013, one year after graduating with a degree in math education. Well...

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Young Adults Who Love Church, Part 3: Sharing God’s Story

What Gabe Melian and the other core members of Overflow have found in their year of ministry in Florida is...

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Young Adults Who Love Church, Part 3: The Hip-Hop Church

It’s rare that you’ll find a Wesleyan congregation that bills itself as “a hip-hop church.” “Everything from our worship, the...

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Young Adults Who Love Church, Part 2: Rooted and Reaching

They call it church planting for a reason. When Nathan Lamb and his family came to the Denver area from...

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