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Illinois Wesleyan to Add Lacrosse
Illinois Wesleyan has announced that it will add the intercollegiate sport of lacrosse, with a men's team beginning competition in the spring of 2014 and a women's team the following spring.


Students Broadcast Their Titan Pride at Homecoming
Whether cheering on the football team or lip-syncing their way to victory, students are set to embrace the theme of "Broadcasting Titan Pride" during Illinois Wesleyan University's Homecoming celebration.


Immortal Life Author: "Follow Your Curiosity"
Rebecca Skloot, author of this year's Summer Reading selection The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, told the President's Convocation audience to look for "what?" moments.


Students to Embark on Alternative Fall Break
During Fall Break in October, students and staff will eat and sleep at the Western Avenue Community Center while assisting the West Bloomington Revitalization Project.


Speaker Discusses Human Cost of Immigration Policy
The human cost of a flawed immigration system was explored by a former undocumented immigrant, who spoke on "Making Human Rights Real: Immigration Policy and Immigrant Rights."


French Leads Study of Asteroids
Chair and Professor of Physics Linda M. French will lead a National Science Foundation-funded study of asteroids sharing Jupiter's orbit around the sun.


Author of The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks to Speak at President's Convocation
Rebecca Skloot, author of this year's Summer Reading Program selection, will speak at Illinois Wesleyan's President's Convocation on Wednesday, Sept. 12.


NSF Funds Spectrometer for Chemistry Research
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $248,000 grant to purchase a Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectrometer for use in synthetic chemistry research at Illinois Wesleyan.

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Homecoming 2012: Broadcasting Titan Pride
A week of student events are gearing up for this weekend's alumni Homecoming, with the theme "Broadcasting Titan Pride."


Pratt to Perform at Benefit Concert
Acclaimed pianist and 2012 Commencement speaker Awadagin Pratt will return to campus to perform a benefit concert on Saturday, Sept. 22.