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Campus Weekly
Enroll Now Feb. 13, 2017
We hope you enjoy this edition of our campus newsletter, sharing important happenings at Illinois Wesleyan University and news about the Titan community.
Campus News
LevIvanov Named American Prize Conducting Finalist
Lev Ivanov, who conducts the Illinois Wesleyan Symphony Orchestra, is a finalist in The American Prize national competition in the performing arts.
GroFormer Prime Minister of Norway to Give Stevenson Lecture
The Honorable Gro Brundtland, the first female prime minister of Norway and former director-general of the World Health Organization, will speak on sustainable development and climate change.
JackSweeney '17 Named Outstanding Marketing Student
Jack T. Sweeney '17, whose leadership roles on campus include serving as president of the American Marketing Association chapter, will be honored for his many contributions.
TonyStudent Spotlight:
Aid Brings College Cost Within Reach

When exploring colleges, Tony Hall '18 found Illinois Wesleyan's cost after financial aid was "very manageable," and says his experience here has fulfilled his expectations for exceptional value.
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Titan Athletics
  • For the second straight year, Illinois Wesleyan junior Rebekah Ehresman has been elected to the Academic All-District® 7 Division III women's basketball team and will be on the ballot for the Academic All-America® Team, where first, second, and third-team All-America honorees will be elected later this month.

  • The women's basketball team secured a berth in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin postseason tournament by defeating Carthage College on Saturday, Feb. 11.
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Titans In The News
WGLT Radio
Economist Yana van der Meulen Rodgers, this year's Eckley Lecturer at Illinois Wesleyan, discussed how empowering women in the labor market benefits global economies.
The (Racine, Wis.) Journal Times
Ryan Andersen '17 has been selected as a soloist for Illinois Wesleyan's annual Henry Charles Memorial Concerto-Aria Concert.
The Pantagraph
Yale University professor Laura Wexler told an Illinois Wesleyan audience that debate over the role of photography in influencing public opinion is as old as photography itself, and one of the early proponents of that role was Frederick Douglass.
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