Illinois College

Regional
5:59 pm
Tue October 14, 2014

Jimmy Carter Brings Human Rights Mission To Jacksonville

Jimmy Carter at Illinois College
Credit Rachel Otwell/WUIS

Former president Jimmy Carter made a stop in Jacksonville Tuesday and spoke to over 2,000 people about his quest for peace and human rights. He spoke in a crowded gymnasium at Illinois College. 

His appearance coincided with the school's new initiative called 'Pathways to Peace' in which students and faculty will study the Middle East, and have participants travel to Dubai and the West Bank.

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Regional
8:14 pm
Wed September 3, 2014

Jimmy Carter To Speak At Illinois College Next Month

Jimmy Carter

Former President Jimmy Carter is coming to Jacksonville next month.    Carter will speak on the campus of Illinois College October 14.  

The visit is part of the Phi Alpha lecture series.    The college's spokesman Todd Spann says more details will be released later.

President Carter will turn 90 years old next month.  He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for human rights work.  He served one term as president from 1977-1981.

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Regional
3:38 pm
Tue November 26, 2013

Cong. Findley Items Donated To Illinois College

Former area congressman Paul Findley has donated his congressional papers and other artifacts from his career to his alma mater, Illinois College in Jacksonville.  

The official transfer took place in the Paul Findley Congressional Office Museum on the campus.  

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