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The Wheaton Record; November 22, 2013


Mark DillonVice President of Advancement and Alumni Relations to Leave College

Mark Dillon takes the position of Executive Vice President of Mission Advancement at the American Bible Society.

Amanda Morris | News Editor

In September of 2013, Wheaton’s Vice President of Advancement and Alumni Relations Mark Dillon announced that he will be resigning from this position and taking on a new position as executive vice president for Mission Advancement at the American Bible Society (ABS), effective in January of 2014. More >

Shark TankShark Tank: Students Vie for a Chance at $2,000

Anna Morris | Assistant News Editor

Student entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to vie for the $2,000 Genesis Grant at a shark tank to be held on Dec. 2. The shark tank will be similar to the TV show of the same name, where individuals present business ideas to a panel of judges, who accept or reject the proposals. More >

Student BusinessesStudent Run Businesses

Katherine Braden | Assistant Features Editor

Many students have jobs on campus, but a few have taken it up a notch and become their own bosses. The Record interviewed the Wheaties behind five student-run businesses and discovered what it feels like to be the one who calls the shots. More >

Women's soccerWe Meet Again

Thunder to face Emory University in Texas for third time in four years.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

The Wheaton women’s soccer team is in familiar territory after a pair of home wins in the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament. A 4-0 victory over Webster University on Friday, Nov. 15, and a 3-2 win over Loras College on Saturday, Nov. 16, have advanced the Thunder to the Sweet 16 for the 15th consecutive season. More >

Women's basketballWhat does George Fox Say?

Thunder open season at George Fox Classic.

Sam Smith | Guest Writer

The Wheaton Thunder women’s basketball team opened the 2013-14 campaign with a split in the George Fox Classic last weekend. The Thunder traveled to Newberg, Ore., to play their first games of the season and gauge their young squad in live action for the first time. More >

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