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Bethany Ezawa

Staff Writer. Bethany joined The Sojourn in 2008 and, as a staff writer, only wrote stories when forced. After conquering a few semesters of nervous interviews and close deadlines she became the Arts & Entertainment Editor, winning Indiana Collegiate Press Awards for “Best Feature Page” and “Entertainment Story.” Now a senior, Bethany is a barista at McConn Coffee Company, studies International Relations and International and Community Development, and is once again, a staff writer.

  • Dr. Voss: Where is he now?

    Former Executive Vice President Dr. Todd Voss will return to Indiana Wesleyan University next April as the class of 2012’s commencement speaker, according to President Henry Smith. Voss will address the IWU community like he often did during his 22 years of service. This time, though, he will not speak as an administrator, but as…

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  • Meet the Pres.: Q&A with Student Body President Aaron Morrison

    “I am a child of the King first and foremost, but people tell me that I’m the student body president,” Stephen Aaron Morrison (sr) said, “so I’ll work with that.” And “work with that” is exactly what Morrison intends to do this year, fusing together Christian character and servant leadership into a new kind of…

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  • Seybold Park: designated ‘green space’

    What was once a city park on the southeast side of campus, just past President and Mrs. Smith’s house, is slowly transforming into new intramural fields for Indiana Wesleyan University. Seybold Park, as it’s often still called, was named after Marion’s current mayor and his family. IWU purchased the five-acre property from the City of…

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  • DCs Gain New Understanding in LGBTQ

    Indiana Wesleyan University diversity coordinators attended a lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgendered-and-questioning ally and advocacy training session in August at Ball State University. The Intercultural Student Services Office and its 16 DCs participated in a variety of exercises and discussions intended to teach about life as an LGBTQ person. Six professional volunteers led the workshop at BSU’s counseling center…

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