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The inside scoop on chapel worship SGA forum highlights ways to accept LGBTQ community What do Wesleyans believe about creation? Facilities Services to take down fountain IWU engages students and alumni with new Homecoming events
 
The inside scoop on chapel worship

The inside scoop on chapel worship

Before each designated chapel, worship leaders Taylor Showley (jr) and Meg Sanders (jr) meet to pray about which songs they want to sing at the service. After shooting around ideas, they leave, pray on their own and convene before making a decision. “Our motto is that we seek God first, and he takes care of the […]

The inside scoop on chapel worship
SGA forum highlights ways to accept LGBTQ community

SGA forum highlights ways to accept LGBTQ community

“Some of the views you might actually disagree with, and that’s okay,” said Vice President for Academic Affairs for Student Government David Priest (sr).  This is how he introduced the Student Government Association’s forum on LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer) issues Oct. 8, which was a continuation of the forum held last year. […]

SGA forum highlights ways to accept LGBTQ community
What do Wesleyans believe about creation?

What do Wesleyans believe about creation?

The recent controversy over a Gungor performance may have put the conflict over creation on the front page, but the conversation has been going on for much longer at Indiana Wesleyan University and in evangelical Christian circles. In fact, the Office of the Dean of the Chapel asked IWU science faculty months ago to lead […]

What do Wesleyans believe about creation?
Facilities Services to take down fountain

Facilities Services to take down fountain

By Angelica Huffman and Brandon Stilabower, contributing writers The fountain outside of the Jackson Library in Eastburn Plaza, a campus landmark for more than a decade, will be disassembled and removed for good in the coming weeks, according to Assistant Vice President of Facilities Services, Don Rowley. “Probably after Grandparents Weekend, you’ll see us disassembling […]

Facilities Services to take down fountain
IWU engages students and alumni with new Homecoming events

IWU engages students and alumni with new Homecoming events

Indiana Wesleyan University’s Young Alumni Advisory Council is helping to ensure both students and alumni have reason to stay on campus for Homecoming Weekend this year with two new events Saturday. The council is introducing “Life Post-McConn” and “What You Need to Know to Buy and Sell,” according to Director of Alumni Relations Rick Carder […]

IWU engages students and alumni with new Homecoming events

Administration plans to replace fountain

22 October 2014

Although the Eastburn Plaza outside of the Jackson Library is empty for now, administration is working to replace the fountain with something new. “The [fountain had] really reached the end of its cycle,” Randy Dewing, associate manager of building systems and safety, said via email to The Sojourn. “Retiring it after the current season really […]

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Coach Moats focuses on players, not 700th win

Coach Moats focuses on players, not 700th win

21 October 2014

Without even realizing it, Wildcats Head Volleyball Coach Candace Moats brought home her 700th career win Oct. 7 against Mt. Vernon. In previous years, her assistant coaches kept track of her record, but this year she had no idea that the game was a landmark win. “I came to the office later that day and […]

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Generic: K.O.C.

16 October 2014

Comic written and illustrated by Danae Keener (sr)

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Second half surge pushes men’s soccer past St. Francis

Second half surge pushes men’s soccer past St. Francis

15 October 2014

Three second-half goals lifted the No. 11 Indiana Wesleyan University men’s soccer team as the Wildcats defeated the St. Francis Cougars by a final score of 4-1 Wednesday, Oct. 15. The Cougars came in having lost five games in a row, but Interim Head Coach Joe Schulman said he still expected a tough game. “Being […]

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