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Arts and Culture

Survivors Documentary Screening

One of the fortunate survivors of the devastating 2014 Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone declared, “Love is not afraid of death.” The 2018 Verite documentary “Survivors” provides audience members a candid glimpse at the frontlines of the fight to end the spread of Ebola throughout the small African country.  On September 12th, Lansana Mansaray (Barmmy […]

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Arts and Culture

Art Gallery Opening

The new art exhibit, recently installed in Watson Fine Arts, is worth seeing! From Sept. 3 to Oct. 11, by visiting the Art Center’s Beard and Weil Galleries, everyone in the Wheaton community has the opportunity to explore and witness the divine union of potent art, history, and politics. The exhibit “For the Record: Political/Personal/Historical” […]

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Arts and Culture

First-year Perspective on Anxiety and Education

For the class of 2023, stepping into the “college experience” can be a drastic change in life. Between balancing life on their own, the start of classes, and making friends, a lot of freshmen are probably feeling anxious and overwhelmed. If you’re feeling similarly, you’re not alone.  “The moving in process was fine, but settling […]

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Features

Interview with Emma Yount ‘22

Imagine that your car is packed at full capacity, your parents are stifling choked sobs, and your younger sibling has already begun to overtake your room upstairs; you are more than ready for college move-in day. However, then you hear it, perhaps its the soft jingling of a little bell or the slight scratch of […]

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Features

The Center for Global Education Announces Change in Study Abroad Billing Policy

Beginning in Fall 2019, the Center for Global Education will implement a new study abroad billing method that was deliberated on for over a year. Under the billing change, students will pay their study abroad program directly for room and board costs rather than paying Wheaton’s room and board fees to as was the policy […]

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Sports

Wheaton’s Club Sports Battle in Their Final Tournaments

As the month of April rolls along, sports seasons all across the club spectrum are beginning to wrap up their competitive play. In the past two weeks, both the men’s rugby team the Wheaton’s mixed ultimate frisbee team have featured in their final tournaments of the season. Most recently, this past Friday, April 19, the […]

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Sports

Wheaton Baseball Playoffs

The academic year may be coming to a close, but Wheaton baseball shows no signs of slowing down as the season winds down. With a 15-2 record in conference play and 27 total wins, the team seems ready to pounce on their playoff opportunity. And with final scores featuring double-digit leads in runs for the […]

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From the Editor

Letter From the Editor (Issue 13)

It has been an intense, creative, insane, and ridiculously wild road this year. As a Junior, I reach the end of this year with excitement and trepidation for what next year will bring. Exam weeks close in with the beautiful sun and the gorgeous atmosphere of Spring we get glimpses of from Library windows as […]

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Astrology

Just Star Stuff (Issue 13)

I love tarot cards and doing readings, so for this issue, I want to give each sign a reading! Don’t @ me, this is for fun…. Scorpio | Oct. 23 to Nov. 21 Tarot Card: The Lovers Interpretation: Love is in the air! Embrace your relationships, whether that be romantic, platonic, or something in between! […]

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Opinion

How Important is the Perfect Internship?

College is expensive, though I don’t need to tell you that. In such a high-pressure environment, we are told to work hard and build up our experiences despite the little to no guarantee that any of us will be able to jump into our desired field of work. Of course, some jobs are more accessible […]