Category : Uncategorized

post image

Thanks to Fusion, He Only Filled Out One Application: Zach McConnell

By: Kendra Housel — Most seniors in high school spend months and months hunched over their computer, filling out application after application, writing essay upon essay about how something less-than-inspiring completely changed their lives, hoping to get accepted to a university. It is an exhausting, often painstaking process filled with lots of uncertainty and often

Read More →

post image

Small Kindnesses Leave a Huge Impact: Marie Beechy

By: Noelle Beans — “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.” This quote by Mother Teresa allows people to fathom how simple acts of kindness have immense – and eternal – effects. Marie Beechy, a 2017 graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University’s master’s program and this

Read More →

post image
post image

Illustration in the Big Apple: Trenton McBeth

By: Noelle Beans — In the picture book, Stegothesaurus, readers get to follow the adventures of a young, word-loving stegothesaurus as he fights with his brothers, meets new friends, and is reminded of the never ending love of family. Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) alumnus and current New York City (NYC) resident, T. L. McBeth, illustrated

Read More →

post image

From Student to Professor in the Very Same Classroom: Brian Clark

By:  Kendra Housel — Everything could have been different for Brian Clark, a 2009 graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) and the John Wesley Honors College (JWHC). Clark, who is currently a PhD student studying Religious Ethics at Southern Methodist University, did not begin his journey towards higher education with his sights set on IWU.

Read More →

post image

Using Your Gifts for God’s Purpose: Jacob Lapp

By: Kendra Housel — When Jacob Lapp began his college search, he knew that God was calling him to attend a Christian university. Given his family background, he assumed his journey would lead to a Nazarene college. He had never heard of The Wesleyan Church, but decided to check out Indiana Wesleyan University after he saw

Read More →

post image

The Importance of Community : Joe Winger

By: Kendra Housel — Joe Winger learned several life-changing lessons during his college years at Indiana Wesleyan University that cannot be discovered in textbooks or class lectures. Winger, who graduated in 2010 with a B.S. degree in psychology, knew as a high school student in Colorado that he wanted to attend a Christ-centered university. After

Read More →

post image

Nurse Tyanne Brewer

By: Dezaray Barr — Tyanne Brewer graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) in 2014 with her BSN. She chose to attend IWU because it was both faith-based and close to her home. As a student, she spent a lot of time studying, but she also built many friendships. “I also grew spiritually at IWU as

Read More →

post image

Kristie Anders

By: Dezaray Barr — Kristie Anders (Oke) graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) in 2013 with a degree in elementary education through the John Wesley Honors College (JWHC). There were many reasons for Anders to attend IWU. “My dad works at Indiana Wesleyan, and my sister was attending IWU as well. It was close to

Read More →

post image

Indiana Arthritis Foundation: Terri Miller

By: Dezaray Barr — Terri Miller graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and in 2015 with her MBA in accounting. Her father was a student at IWU. “His discussions of classes peaked my interest,” Miller said. “I figured that if he can attend school and manage

Read More →

1 2 3 4 84