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Campus Weekly
Enroll Now March 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
DiegoEconomics Students Top Leaderboard in Forecasting Game
Chris Collins '18, Ling Zheng ’19 and John Collins ’17 are among the top 10 “All Time” players in FREDcast, an economics forecasting game from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
ClaudiaAthlete Scores Entrepreneurial Fellowship to Launch Apparel Company
Thanks to a $5,000 grant from the IWU Entrepreneurial Fellowship, Claudia Richman ’19 has created 1890 Lacrosse, a company providing casual lacrosse-themed apparel.
ASB groupStudents Find 'Joyful Purpose' on Alternative Spring Break
Rosa Zapata '16 gives a first-person account of this year's Alternative Spring Break trip to assist Arkansas Valley Habitat for Humanity in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
CarolynStudent Senate Honors Jarvis, Kistner, Burke
Professor of Nursing Carolyn Jarvis was elected Student Senate Professor of the Year by the Illinois Wesleyan student body, while Warren Kistner and Meghan Burke won honors as Staff Member and Academic Advisor of the Year.
atriumStudent Research, Creative Works to be Showcased at Research Conference
At the annual John Wesley Powell Student Research Conference, keynote speaker Susan Stryker will speak on "What Transpires Now: Transgender History and the Future We Need."
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Titan Athletics
  • The Illinois Wesleyan men's lacrosse team won their third consecutive contest on March 23, defeating Carroll University and improving to 6-2 overall.
  • The women's lacrosse team defeated Adrian College on March 25 and are 5-4 overall.
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Titans In The News
(Peoria) Journal Star
The "musician's life" for Diane Wuthrich '05 began in sixth grade and continues today as teacher, performer and principal violist for the Heartland Festival Orchestra.
The Pantagraph

Illinois Wesleyan’s Wind Ensemble, whose upcoming concert is called “Godzilla Eats the Euphonium,” has won the American Prize in the band/wind ensemble performance category in the college/university division.
The (Kankakee) Daily Journal
Matt Maxwell '07, currently an assistant principal at Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School, has been named principal of Grant Park High School and Middle School.
Round Rock (Texas) Patch

Brooke Bailey '04 has been named the new principal of Pond Springs Elementary School, where she has spent her career as a teacher and, since 2013, as assistant principal.

WJBC Radio
Normal’s new Zagster bike share program includes bikes available on the Illinois Wesleyan campus.
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