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Editorial: What are the ethics behind swiping and leaving chapel? SGA Forum Discusses the Definition of Life A tricky holiday Is studying abroad really that expensive?
 
Editorial: What are the ethics behind swiping and leaving chapel?

Editorial: What are the ethics behind swiping and leaving chapel?

The new chapel swipe system has been a topic of conversation since the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year, begging the question: is it okay for students to swipe and leave? This question has been argued from both sides. Indiana Wesleyan University has had chapel as a requirement since its founding, more recently with the […]

Editorial: What are the ethics behind swiping and leaving chapel?

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Review

The Indiana Wesleyan University Theatre Guild will be having its first performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” 7:30 this evening, Nov. 13. With IWU’s unique approach to this play, these Grecian lovers, bumbling laborers and mischievous fairies bring Shakespeare’s comedy to life in the school’s own own Phillippe Performing Arts Center. The play begins outside […]

SGA Forum Discusses the Definition of Life

SGA Forum Discusses the Definition of Life

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article attributed to Fiebig the statements that some Christians believe in abortion rights, and that Fiebig is both pro-life and pro-abortion rights, paraphrasing direct quotes in which he actually said “pro-choice.” In fact, Fiebig said that he was equally pro-life and pro-choice. AP Style, the 61-year-old comprehensive reference […]

SGA Forum Discusses the Definition of Life
A tricky holiday

A tricky holiday

“As a Christian community, IWU is careful not to celebrate the pagan holiday called Halloween, with its emphasis on the occult, witches, the dead, ghosts, and rituals. For this reason students should avoid dressing in costumes or otherwise promoting Halloween during this time of year. Therefore, any event or activity on or near Halloween which […]

A tricky holiday
Is studying abroad really that expensive?

Is studying abroad really that expensive?

Photography major Wendy Brown (jr) had a life-changing experience in Orvieto, Italy, last spring, studying art at a Gordon College facility and raking up 18 credits in the process, all of which counted toward her Indiana Wesleyan University degree. Brown paid about $1,000 more than a semester’s tuition at IWU–a cost that was more manageable […]

Is studying abroad really that expensive?

How does social media use affect IWU students?

25 November 2014

Social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, Yik Yak, Tinder, Tumblr and Instagram are widely used throughout campus. While there are benefits to using social media, the tendency for students to post questionable content can cause more harm than good. These media offer some great benefits, such as the ability to stay in contact with our […]

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IWU Alumni write on their wrestles with faith in a new compilation book

24 November 2014

Recent Indiana Wesleyan University graduates Lauren Sawyer (alumna ‘12) and Steven Porter (alumnus ‘12) are soon to be published in a new book. Entitled “Kissing in the Chapel, Praying in the Frat House: Wrestling with Faith in College,” the book is a compilation of essays written by recent college graduates about their personal experiences. “The […]

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Schulman leads men’s soccer team to success through adversity

Schulman leads men’s soccer team to success through adversity

23 November 2014

For the past eight years, Joe Schulman has been an Indiana Wesleyan University assistant men’s soccer coach until recently being named interim head coach after Coach Mark Castro resigned.   Despite the adversity of changing head coaches, the team had a successful season, finishing with an 18-2-0 record, a Crossroads League Tournament Championship and a […]

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Vanguard shocks Wildcats men’s soccer in shootout

Vanguard shocks Wildcats men’s soccer in shootout

22 November 2014

The No. 4 Indiana Wesleyan University men’s soccer team’s season came to a heartbreaking end as the Vanguard University Lions defeated the Wildcats 4-3 in a shootout after a scoreless draw in the NAIA National Championship opening round Saturday, Nov. 22. Both teams came into the match on win streaks. The Lions had won six […]

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