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Pioneer responds to Baldwin’s dirty glasses Dole named World Changer: Fall 2014 convocation set for Oct. 3 IWU honors Gary and Connie Ott at naming ceremony Switchfoot comes to IWU for second time Graduation 2014: What you need to know
 
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
Dole named World Changer: Fall 2014 convocation set for Oct. 3

Dole named World Changer: Fall 2014 convocation set for Oct. 3

Indiana Wesleyan University named its 11th member of the Society of World Changers, humanitarian Elizabeth Dole. She’ll come to IWU for a fall convocation in her honor, something that may become an annual tradition. Dole served as the president of the American Red Cross, a United States senator, as well as a cabinet member to […]

Dole named World Changer: Fall 2014 convocation set for Oct. 3
IWU honors Gary and Connie Ott at naming ceremony

IWU honors Gary and Connie Ott at naming ceremony

Indiana Wesleyan University held its naming ceremony for the Ott Hall of Sciences and Nursing Thursday morning at 11:30 a.m in the building’s foyer. The ceremony honored Gary and Connie Ott, Marion College (now IWU) graduates who contributed financially to the school’s health science and nursing initiatives. Gary also serves on IWU’s Board of Trustees. […]

IWU honors Gary and Connie Ott at naming ceremony
Switchfoot comes to IWU for second time

Switchfoot comes to IWU for second time

Five California surfers turned musicians will travel to Marion, Ind. April 4 to share songs about experiencing the world. Switchfoot last came to Indiana Wesleyan University in spring 2010 when the Chapel-Auditorium opened for the first time. Now four years later, they’ve released their ninth studio album, “Fading West.” The band will headline the 8 […]

Switchfoot comes to IWU for second time
Graduation 2014: What you need to know

Graduation 2014: What you need to know

The end is near for the graduating class of 2014. With less than one month separating seniors from the threshold of university life and the “real world,” some might say the feeling is bittersweet. For graduating seniors at Indiana Wesleyan University, the emotional mix of finalizing senior presentations and making lasting memories with friends can […]

Graduation 2014: What you need to know
Spring sports teams adapt to long winter

Spring sports teams adapt to long winter

13 April 2014

Indiana Wesleyan University sports teams have battled an extra opponent this spring: the ever-changing weather. Athletic Director Mark DeMichael said more than half of the scheduled spring sporting events so far have been rescheduled or cancelled due to the weather. DeMichael blamed the long winter and heavy snowfall for setting teams back to start the […]

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Moving on up: How IWU gets NCAA talent to go NAIA

Moving on up: How IWU gets NCAA talent to go NAIA

11 April 2014

Less than two weeks after winning the NAIA Division II National Championship, the Indiana Wesleyan University men’s basketball team registered another big victory. Greg Tonagel hopped on an elliptical machine on a Friday morning. It was the only chance he had to talk in the midst of a busy time for the Wildcats head coach. […]

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Letter to the editor: Robby Knight

04 April 2014

If anybody was to look at the chapel schedule issued before the beginning of the semester they would see that Dr. Jim Lo and myself were to partner in vision for the chapel service Wednesday, March 26. Unfortunately, Dr. Lo’s schedule wouldn’t allow him the time to prepare a message with me, due to traveling […]

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Admitted students Weekend a success

Admitted students Weekend a success

04 April 2014

Have you finished registering for classes yet? Because 405 incoming freshman have. Indiana Wesleyan University explored the idea of springtime new student registration by hosting Admitted Student Weekend March 14-15. Janelle Vernon, IWU’s vice president for enrollment management, believes this weekend was a success and plans on continuing it in the future. On Saturday, March […]

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