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The Wheaton Record; November 16, 2012

Below is a representative sample of articles featured in the latest Wheaton Record, the student newspaper of Wheaton College. All articles are written and edited by students. The content does not necessarily reflect the views of Wheaton College.

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Allison Freet Remember Veterans Through Action

Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin White gives call to action in ROTC Veterans Day ceremony.

Nov. 11 marked the 57th observance of Veterans Day since its initiation as a national holiday in 1954 as a way to recognize all American veterans. There are approximately 21.5 million veterans alive in the United States. Of those, 1.5 million fulfilled their service in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Horn of Africa. In a ceremony on Nov. 8, Wheaton College ROTC honored veterans who are part of the Wheaton community, their families and the veterans across the nation. More >

 

Swoope Q&A with Christian Hip-hop Artist Swoope

Swoope, an up-and-coming Christian artist, performed in Coray Gym in a concert hosted by College Union.

After his show at Wheaton on Saturday, Nov. 10, Collision Records artist Swoope spoke with the Record about his new album and the current state of Christian hip-hop. A relative newcomer to Christian rap, Swoope released his official debut album, “Wake Up,” in March of this year. More >

 

 

Laura Ketchum 'Look Good, Do Good:' Clothing Start-up Offers Double Incentive

Kavalena Clothing internships allow students to invest in fashion and ministry.

Senior Laura Ketchum’s two favorite scarves may be comfortable, but she likes these neck warmers as more than a fashion statement. “(The scarves) are made slave-free … I finally feel like I’m promoting something that I actually would wear and support and pay money for,” said Ketchum. Ketchum purchased her scarves from Kavalena Clothing, a small business start-up that celebrated its first birthday this month, signaling a year of working out its motto “look good, do good.” By donating the proceeds of its sales to organizations around the world, Kavalena Clothing helps people in need while providing shoppers with style. More >

 

 

Allison Freet Ain't it Sweet: Thunder Women's Soccer Team Reaches Sweet Sixteen

Head Coach Pete Felske could not have asked for a better start to the playoffs. The Wheaton women’s soccer team defended their home turf in rounds one and two of the NCAA Tournament with a pair of convincing wins, defeating Webster University (Mo.) 4-0 on Friday, Nov. 9, then cruising past University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 7-0 on Saturday, Nov. 10. The two wins put the Thunder into the Sweet Sixteen for the ninth consecutive season as the team continues its 16th consecutive tournament appearance. More >

 

Allison Freet Ain't it Sweet: Thunder Men's Soccer Team Reaches Sweet Sixteen

The Wheaton men’s soccer team (17-3-3) pushed their unbeaten streak to 13 games last weekend as they defeated Transylvania University (16-2-2) and Centre College (15-4-3) in the NCAA tournament first and second rounds, respectively. The wins earned the Thunder a berth in the national Sweet Sixteen, to be played this weekend at Loras College (21-1-1) in Dubuque, Iowa. More >

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