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Astrology

Just Star Stuff

Gimme a minute, Billy Porter knocked me down with that perfect fashion moment. Here are some weird March holidays for you to celebrate. Scorpio | Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 National Frozen Food Month – finally, I can celebrate Totino’s the way I’ve always wanted! Sagittarius | Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 National Celery Month […]

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Opinion

Corporations are not people – or your friends

The month of Feb. is a big month for advertising. With winter continually dragging people down into the dumps and big awards shows occurring, such as the Oscars, there’s no better time to show off new products; not to mention the magnum opus of advertising: the Super Bowl. Despite the game itself being quite lackluster, […]

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News

Improving Accessibility on Campus

WheAccess calls upon Wheaton College students for support of the club’s mission to improve accessibility across campus. The club is currently working with the campus administration to improve the many flaws in the infrastructure of the college. According to the accessibility coordinator on campus, Autumn Grant, Wheaton College follows regulations put in place by the […]

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Faculty Speaker Series on Monstrosity in the Renaissance

On Feb. 28, at 5:30 p.m., the second annual faculty speaker series continued with Dr. Touba Ghadessi’s talk in the Mary Lyon Holman Room. Ghadessi, an associate professor of art history and associate provost for academic administration and faculty affairs here at Wheaton, spoke about her new book, “Portraits of Human Monsters in the Renaissance.” […]

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FAW Brings Change

As an affiliate of Planned Parenthood’s Generation Action program, The Feminist Association of Wheaton (FAW) has been given a Campus Campaign Grant this year to enact change in the name of Reproductive Justice at Wheaton. Initially, FAW was asked by Planned Parenthood to brainstorm areas for improvement on campus. Through this process and conversations with […]

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Arts and Culture

TRYBE Dance Show Review

TRYBE certainly did not disappoint with their annual gala this past weekend. They celebrated 20 years of dance with a diverse and energetic performance with some guest appearances from other dance groups on campus. The theme for this year’s gala was unity. Through many distinct dances, TRYBE expressed the importance of harmony and unification. Each […]

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Arts and Culture

Show Review: The Umbrella Academy

“The Umbrella Academy” dives into its odd and twisting universe swiftly with the adoption of seven out of 43 mysteriously born children, by the eccentric, if not abusive, billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreeves. Based on the comic book of the same name written by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá, the series was created by Jeremy Slater […]

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Features

Study Away in Boston

Every semester, students travel across the world to places like Spain, Ireland, Bhutan, and many more. But what about the students who cannot afford to go abroad, who don’t feel comfortable traveling that far, or who want a more local experience? For myself and others, the answer was the Semester in the City (SITC) program. […]

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Arts and Culture

The Death of a Style Icon and Revolutionary

Karl Lagerfeld, veteran and pioneer of the fashion industry, passed away at age 85 on Feb. 19, 2019. Rumors about Lagerfeld’s health had been swirling for weeks after he had missed a series of events, one of them being Chanel’s Spring/Summer show last month. Lagerfeld was the Creative Director for CHANEL since 1983, but he […]

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News

Updates to SGA

This semester, there have been some changes in the student government representatives. There are three new senators: Joe Perez ’20, Christopher Orndoff ’21 and Emily Dionne ’21. James Clancy ’20, the vice education council chair, has moved up to the education council chair. Mateo Espinosa ’19, a former senator-at-large, is now the vice president and […]