Wheaton’s Programming and Activities Council (PAC) adapted quickly to the hybrid fall semester, hosting several popular events including a show put on by comedic juggler Ivan Pecel, a virtual campfire with Nic […]
Scenario 1: Black man Scenario 2: White man (Read the scenarios again in Part 1!) “Abolish the police,” became a rallying cry around 1988. Prior to this, the creation of the police […]
Though the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the year 2020 more than anything else, there have been many life-changing events that have been overlooked due to the overarching attention the pandemic has stolen […]
A copy of the 2020 Wheaton College Annual Security and Fire Safety Report was made available on Monday of this past week by Public Safety. The report includes statistics for 2017, 2018, and 2019 calendar years.
Wheaton College President Dennis Hanno will step down late in the calendar year of 2021.
Aries (March 21 – April 19) It’s finally time to get your home in order, Aries. Now that school is done for the semester, you can focus on getting organized! Don’t worry […]
We live in a world where even in a pandemic we still have so much injustice being done to Black women. Danielle McConell ’24 conducted a vigil including a healing space in honor of Breonna Taylor.
As a result, SGA made the decision to cancel the “Halloween at Hanno’s” celebration, moving instead to “Halloween in the (Club) Hub,” where students would be able to pick up Halloween candy and meet their class representatives.
The first incident I want to comment on is the recent expulsion (from campus housing) of a female Wheaton student following an incident with Norton PD Officers.
This year, the Wheaton Wire will publish articles covering current events around COVID-19 and stories on how students and campus organizations are changing their procedures to help support each other during this global pandemic.