The Wheaton Record; December 13, 2013


Miliner appointedMilliner Accepts Appointment to US Senate Curatorial Advisory Board

Anna Morris | Assistant News Editor

Assistant professor of art history Matthew Milliner was recently appointed to the Senate Curatorial Advisory Board. Chosen by Senator Mitch McConnell, Milliner will serve on the board through January 2015, advising the Senate Curator and the United States Senate Commission on art. More > 

Wilder appointmentWheaton Dean Elected as Associate Chair of the National Association of Schools of Music

Amanda Morris | News Editor

Michael Wilder, Wheaton’s dean of the Conservatory, arts and communication, has recently been elected to a three-year term as associate chair of the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). Wilder was elected at the NASM’s annual National Conference, which took place in Florida during the week before Thanksgiving. More >

Men's basketballNo Easy Road

Wheaton goes 1-1 in MIAA/CCIW Classic.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

The up-and-down season for the No. 22 Thunder men’s basketball team continued last weekend in the MIAA/CCIW Classic in Grand Rapids, Mich. The tournament was hosted by Calvin College this year, and also featured Carthage College and Hope College. Wheaton defeated Hope 80-61 on Friday, Dec. 6 before falling to Calvin the following night by a score of 78-51. More >

Women's basketballRollin’

Wheaton extends win-streak to six.

Sam Smith | Staff Writer

The Wheaton women are on a hot streak. After losing to George Fox University on Nov. 16, the Thunder have won six consecutive games, the two most recent wins coming against the University of Chicago on Dec. 4 and Roosevelt University on Dec. 7. More >

SwimmingThunder Host 33rd Annual Wheaton Invitational

Women take second, men finish third.

Judah Newby | Assistant Sports Editor

The Wheaton Thunder men’s and women’s swimming took part in the annual Wheaton Invite hosted by the Thunder at Chrouser Natatorium last weekend. Wheaton’s women’s team finished second out of five competing schools while the men took third out of five teams. More >

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