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The Wheaton Record; November 15, 2013


Science GrantProfessors Receive National Science Foundation Grant

Professors Daniel and Lisa Burden of the chemistry department have received a three-year grant to assist in their research on novel modifications of single protein nanopores.

Amanda Morris | News Editor

On Sept. 15, professors Daniel Burden and Lisa Keranen-Burden began using a three-year grant, awarded by the National Science Foundation, for $300,000. More >

Wheaton College Hunger GamesBeating the Odds

An in-depth look at the popular Wheaton Hunger Games.

Sarah Kenny | Features Editor

Propaganda adorns the Forum Wall, and students post daily messages on Facebook reminding others to vote for their favorite tribute. For the tributes participating in the third annual Wheaton Hunger Games, collecting votes is literally a matter of life and death. More >

Women's SoccerIt’s Time!

Thunder soccer to host opening weekend of National Tournament.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

The moment that Thunder soccer fans have been waiting for all year has arrived. The NCAA tournament kicks off today, and both Thunder soccer teams will open up postseason play at home after each team earned the CCIW’s automatic bid with a championship-game win over Carthage College on Saturday, Nov. 9. More >

Women's BasketballReady for the Challenge: Women's Basketball Preview

Experienced Thunder squads face difficult schedules in ’13-14 season.

Sam Smith | Guest Writer

After a groundbreaking 2012-13 campaign that saw the Thunder go 22-6 and make the NCAA tournament for the first time in six years, Head Coach Kent Madsen is hoping that this year’s squad can make a return run. More >

Men's BasketballReady for the Challenge: Men's Basketball Preview

Experienced Thunder squads face difficult schedules in ’13-14 season.

Judah Newby | Assistant Sports Editor

The 2012-13 season saw many exciting moments for the Wheaton Thunder men’s basketball team: A buzzer-beating home victory over nationally-ranked Washington University (Mo.), an overtime home stunner over conference rival North Central, another trip to the NCAA Tournament and a round-one victory at the buzzer in King Arena to beat St. Norbert by a point and advance in the dance. More >

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