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Research on Wheaton athletes’ identity and perception of the motivational climate

Hailey Kohler ’18, a member of the Women’s Field Hockey team, along with two other classmates in her social psychology lab, recently completed a study on Wheaton athletes’ perception of motivational climate in relation to athletic identity. The purpose of this study was to examine how Wheaton athletes are influenced by the climates of their […]

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Vegan and Vegetarian Options on Campus

Vegans and vegetarians at Wheaton have some food choices available to them in the cafes and cafeterias around campus. However, to make these lifestyles more possible it’s important that variety continues to improve and develop. Both vegans and vegetarians exclude meat from their diets for health and/or environmental reasons. Veganism is a lifestyle that excludes […]

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Wheaton Welcomes Two New Business Professors

In recent months, Wheaton’s Business and Management Department has added two new members: Professor Kenneth Bray and Professor Donna Marchand. Both plan to provide knowledge from their real-world experiences in the field of business and hope to educate the expanding population of business majors at Wheaton. Aside from being an instructor at Wheaton, Professor Bray […]

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Alumni Association renamed for Gender Neutrality

Formerly known as the Alumnae/i Association, the organization voted to be renamed as the Alumni Association. The new name is meant to remove any gender-specific grouping and promote inclusivity. The push to change the name of the organization came during a meeting that the Alumni Board of Directors had earlier this fall. The association had […]

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Falling into Fall

Recently, Wheaton has been partaking in an array of fall activities. Fall Fest took place on Saturday, Oct. 21. Among the activities were: pumpkin painting, fall-themed collage making, photo shoots on hay bails and building a stick collage in the Dimple. Alumni were welcomed back to campus to support our sports teams in the afternoon. […]

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Geology Students to Explore Iceland

Wheaton professors Geoff Collins and Matthew Evans are steadily planning a research trip to Iceland for students this upcoming summer. Collins stated, “We’ll be helping students develop their own field research projects before we take off for Iceland.  Iceland is a geological wonderland where you can see all kinds of Earth processes happening before your […]

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Mass shootings continue to sweep the U.S

In recent years, the United States has been greatly affected by mass shootings. These events have shifted the lives of many and heavily impacted the nation. Shootings have been widespread, and families and friends of victims have been greatly affected. The most recent shooting occurred on Oct. 1 in Las Vegas at a country music […]

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Paul Feeney sweeps senate

Paul Feeney, the democratic candidate for State Senate from the Bristol-Norfolk district, sweeped the special election on Tuesday, Oct. 17. Feeney ran a close race, winning by roughly 500 votes against his republican competitor, Jacob J. Ventura of Attleboro. A big advocate for Massachusetts workers and women’s rights, Feeney was endorsed by Planned Parenthood, Elizabeth […]

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Arts and Culture

WCCS Recommends

One of my favorite aspects of my time at Wheaton has been WCCS, Wheaton’s radio station. I joined in freshman year and now serve as its general manager. What initially drew me to WCCS was the ability to share the music I loved with the rest of the student body, because I have a lot […]

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Humans of Wheaton

“One of my sole purposes in this life is to ignite hope through my words and actions.” – Andru Anderson -’19