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The Wheaton Record; November 8, 2013

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Human Needs and Global Resources$1 Million Gifted to Human Needs and Global Resources 

The gift from anonymous donors is the first installment toward a $4 million sum in support of the program.

Amanda Morris | News Editor

Anonymous donors gave $1 million to the Human Needs and Global Resources program in October, a portion of a projected sum to the program of $4 million. More >

Wheaton Celebrates Sudanese Neighbors

Wheaton College will host a basketball game and film screening this weekend in an effort to connect with South Sudanese neighbors.

Anna Morris | Asisstant News Editor 

This Saturday, students and their families will have an opportunity to connect with their South Sudanese neighbors through a basketball game and film screening. The event will seek to introduce the South Sudanese and Wheaton communities and to develop relationships with some of the 1000 plus Sudanese refugees in the Chicagoland area. More >

Men's SoccerDéjà Vu

Thunder get past North Park twice in a row to advance to CCIW title game.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

Twice the No. 25 North Park University Vikings (11-5-3) entered Joe Bean Stadium in the past week, and twice they left without a victory. A 1-0 win on Friday, Nov. 1 to close the regular season and a 5-3 shootout win following a 1-1 tie on Tuesday, Nov. 5 have propelled the No. 8 Wheaton Thunder men’s soccer team (15-3-2) to its second consecutive CCIW title game. More >

Women's SoccerLast Minute Business

Seabolt scores in 90th minute to defeat Augustana.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

The Wheaton women’s soccer team has never officially lost a CCIW tournament match, and it plans to keep it that way. After clinching the conference regular season title with a 3-1 win over North Park University (7-8-1) on Saturday, Nov. 2, Wheaton eliminated Augustana College (12-5-4) in the first round of the CCIW tournament on Wednesday, Nov. 6 to improve to 19-0-3 all time in the CCIW tournament. More >

Wheaton VolleyballCCIW Tourney-Bound

Judah Newby | Assistant Sports Editor

The Wheaton Thunder volleyball team clinched a spot in the conference tournament last Saturday with a 3-1 victory over Augustana College in King Arena.  More >

Human Needs and Global Resources$1 Million Gifted to Human Needs and Global Resources 

The gift from anonymous donors is the first installment toward a $4 million sum in support of the program.

Amanda Morris | News Editor

Anonymous donors gave $1 million to the Human Needs and Global Resources program in October, a portion of a projected sum to the program of $4 million. More >

Wheaton Celebrates Sudanese Neighbors

Wheaton College will host a basketball game and film screening this weekend in an effort to connect with South Sudanese neighbors.

Anna Morris | Asisstant News Editor 

This Saturday, students and their families will have an opportunity to connect with their South Sudanese neighbors through a basketball game and film screening. The event will seek to introduce the South Sudanese and Wheaton communities and to develop relationships with some of the 1000 plus Sudanese refugees in the Chicagoland area. More >

Men's SoccerDéjà Vu

Thunder get past North Park twice in a row to advance to CCIW title game.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

Twice the No. 25 North Park University Vikings (11-5-3) entered Joe Bean Stadium in the past week, and twice they left without a victory. A 1-0 win on Friday, Nov. 1 to close the regular season and a 5-3 shootout win following a 1-1 tie on Tuesday, Nov. 5 have propelled the No. 8 Wheaton Thunder men’s soccer team (15-3-2) to its second consecutive CCIW title game. More >

Women's SoccerLast Minute Business

Seabolt scores in 90th minute to defeat Augustana.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

The Wheaton women’s soccer team has never officially lost a CCIW tournament match, and it plans to keep it that way. After clinching the conference regular season title with a 3-1 win over North Park University (7-8-1) on Saturday, Nov. 2, Wheaton eliminated Augustana College (12-5-4) in the first round of the CCIW tournament on Wednesday, Nov. 6 to improve to 19-0-3 all time in the CCIW tournament. More >

Wheaton VolleyballCCIW Tourney-Bound

Judah Newby | Assistant Sports Editor

The Wheaton Thunder volleyball team clinched a spot in the conference tournament last Saturday with a 3-1 victory over Augustana College in King Arena.  More >