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Campus Weekly
Enroll Now Feb. 27, 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
SmilesCampus Community Thanks Givers for Financial Support
Thank A Giver (TAG) Day, marking the symbolic point in the academic year when tuition dollars run out, gives the campus community an opportunity to celebrate Illinois Wesleyan’s donors and their impact.
StudentsState Farm Scholars Offer Thanks for Scholarships
Students who attend Illinois Wesleyan with scholarships funded by the State Farm Companies Foundation offered thanks, while representatives heard personal stories of the impact of their support.
JasmineStudents Seek to "Boost" Self-Esteem
Students at Illinois Wesleyan got a "boost" by participating in a variety of activities designed to raise awareness of the importance of self-esteem and positive body image.
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Titan Athletics
  • The women's basketball team won an at-large bid to compete in the NCAA Division III championships, their 10th overall NCAA Division III tournament appearance and their first since 2012, when Illinois Wesleyan won the national championship.
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Titans In The News
The Atlantic

Assistant Professor of Psychology Amanda Vicary discussed her research showing the popularity of true crime stories among women. Also on Buzzfeed.

Broadway World
Scott Moreau '01 will reprise his role as Johnny Cash from the national tour of the smash hit musical Million Dollar Quartet at the Tony-award winning Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, N.J.
What's On Stage
YOUARENOWHERE, a production by Andrew Schneider '03, won London's Offie Award for best TBC (for productions that defy traditional categories).
The Pantagraph

A crowd of Illinois Wesleyan students spent Saturday moving and grooving for charity at the annual IWU Dance Marathon, raising funds for the Children’s Hospital of Illinois in Peoria and Child’s Miracle Network.

The (Champaign) News-Gazette
Fourth-grade teacher Kristen (Prather) Kirk ’02 was profiled as a difference-making area educator.
The Pantagraph
Raised as a Titan men's basketball fan and recruited to the team, graduating starter Trevor Seibring said he considered other schools, but “everything, compared to Wesleyan, was tough to live up to.”
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