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“The Guys” of Grant County honored Lilly grant funds 20 paid internships Unified chapel brings changes to scanning system IT working to fix problems with LearningStudio Pioneer responds to Baldwin’s dirty glasses
 
“The Guys” of Grant County honored

“The Guys” of Grant County honored

Thirteen years ago, journalist Anne Nelson, now teaching at Columbia University, sat down with a New York City fire captain to help him write the eulogies of eight firefighters who died in 9/11, according to an article on the Columbia News webpage. After hearing their stories, Nelson was extremely moved. Just a few weeks later, […]

“The Guys” of Grant County honored
Lilly grant funds 20 paid internships

Lilly grant funds 20 paid internships

The Center for Life Calling and Leadership has matched 20 students with paid internships at local business startups — and the startups don’t have to pay. The internships are instead funded by a $3 million Lilly Endowment grant awarded to Indiana Wesleyan University this summer. It’s one of several projects the “Accelerate Indiana” grant will […]

Lilly grant funds 20 paid internships
Unified chapel brings changes to scanning system

Unified chapel brings changes to scanning system

Monday morning, many students were pleasantly surprised by a quick exit from the first combined chapel in years, thanks to a new scanning system. The new system consists of scanners on the inside of the inner chapel doors, similar to the ones placed outside dorm halls. In past years, student workers stood at the doors […]

Unified chapel brings changes to scanning system
IT working to fix problems with LearningStudio

IT working to fix problems with LearningStudio

Indiana Wesleyan University’s Information Technology department has heard complaints from students and professors about LearningStudio and is trying to address them as soon as possible. Assistant Vice President of IT Gary Green said the main issue with the new learning management system is that some students are not enrolled in their classes online. The IT […]

IT working to fix problems with LearningStudio
Pioneer responds to Baldwin’s dirty glasses

Pioneer responds to Baldwin’s dirty glasses

As Kenzi Ahnert (fr) walked into Baldwin on a Monday morning, she was looking forward to a refreshing glass of milk. However, as she picked up a glass from the crate, she was disgusted by the mystery fog covering it. “I was nervous to drink out of my glass,” Ahnert said. “It did not look […]

Pioneer responds to Baldwin’s dirty glasses

Volleyball takes down rival Taylor

12 September 2014

There’s no such thing as an easy win when Indiana Wesleyan University and Taylor University play each other. This proved true Friday night in Luckey Arena, as the IWU Lady Wildcats volleyball team defeated Taylor three games to one in a hard-fought match from both teams. Head Coach Candace Moats said matches between IWU and […]

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Cross country teams open season on new home course

Cross country teams open season on new home course

11 September 2014

The Indiana Wesleyan University men’s and women’s cross country teams will begin their season Friday, Sept. 12 on their newly-renovated home course. The IWU Twilight Classic marks the first collegiate meet held on the new and improved course, which began renovations in 2012. Head Coach John Foss, Cross Country and Track Director of Operations Eric […]

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New students appreciate extended NSO

11 September 2014

This year all students new to Indiana Wesleyan University moved in nine days prior to classes in order to attend a week long of New Student Orientation, which was packed full of workshops, sessions, community service and fellowship. According to Director of Student Orientation Melissa Laraway, who was also the director of New Student Orientation […]

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IWU adjusts to LearningStudio

IWU adjusts to LearningStudio

11 September 2014

Last fall’s announcement of a switch from Blackboard to a new online learning management system finally came to fruition at the beginning of the fall semester for students at Indiana Wesleyan University’s residential campus. Blackboard had been replaced by LearningStudio, an online learning management system which has been in the works for three years, according […]

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