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  • Letter from the editor: Change is good

    I've spent three wonderful years at Indiana Wesleyan University, and I've learned more than I can ever write in an academic paper or fill in an oval on a test. I believe this is because one of the things IWU does best is give students hands-on experience that prepares us for the real world, whatever…

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  • University to unveil new statue

    Shortly after more than 3,000 students descend upon Indiana Wesleyan University’s Marion campus in September, they will meet the latest addition to IWU: A new statue. The monument will feature the image of Jesus with two graduating students, an older male to represent adult graduates and a younger female to represent “traditional” graduates. The statue…

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  • Controversial testing goes into trial stage

    In a highly controversial clinical trial, scientists in the United States have successfully begun treatment of severe spinal cord injuries using technology derived from human embryonic stem cells. The testing, which began Oct. 8, is the first of its kind to use stem cells from embryos in human testing based on study criteria developed by…

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  • Fitness room for Boys & Girls Club

    An alliance formed: a few changes made and the children of an Indianapolis Boys and Girls Club will benefit. Due to a partnership of the Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Wesleyan University and the United Way, children at the LeGore unit of the Boys and Girls Club now have 1,600 square feet of extra space dedicated to…

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