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Update: Early voting in Nevada sparks lawsuit from Trump campaign

The Trump campaign has lodged complaints against the state of Nevada, a key battleground state that could swing either in favor of Trump or Clinton in this election. The Trump campaign has asked a local judge to isolate and hold all ballots from four key polling locations today, believing that these early voting locations. His […]

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Hillary Clinton casts historical vote for POTUS election

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was met by a resounding audience this morning as she arrived at her polling place in Chappaqua, N.Y. “It’s a humbling feeling,” she said to reporters, according to the New York Times. “I know how much responsibility goes with this.” Just after 8 a.m. in Douglas G. Grafflin Elementary School, […]

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Opinion

FURU: Something Wicked this Way Comes

Wendell’s is something spooky….but not in a good way. Wendell’s is located on 30 West Main Street less than half a mile away from campus. However, even for convenience’s sake, I’d put a “beware” sign on their door. The environment is classic dirty bar scene with a fast food like seating area in the front. […]

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“Community Conversation” discusses role of colleges in racial crisis

A panel of faculty members and Wheaton staff hosted the first of several “Community Conversations” on Sept. 27 in Mary Lyon. The panel discussion, “The Role of Colleges in Times of National Racial Crisis”, was created as a reaction to some of the racially charged national incidents covered by the media recently. The panelists included […]

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Abroad Blog Arts and Culture

Abroad Blog: Eryn Hoang ’18, Paris

Rewind two years to fall 2014. Eryn Hoang is a first-year at Wheaton College. Having left Boston before starting middle school, she comes from a small suburban town close to and much like Norton and commutes to school every day. She continues taking French courses but doesn’t think she’ll major in the subject. She goes […]

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Abroad Blog: Elizabeth Crowley ’18, Denmark

I’ve been living in Copenhagen, Denmark for almost two months now, and I was not expecting it to feel this normal. I haven’t been hit by any homesickness yet, so I’m crossing my fingers that it doesn’t happen at all. This is the first time I’ve been outside of North America, and the first time […]

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FURU: An Introduction

Do you love food? Do you love saving money? Do you want ways to find the biggest bang for your buck? If you answered no to any of these questions, then you are not human. If you answered yes, welcome to the answers you’ve been craving. Answers to those burning questions that stay in the […]

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Hillary Clinton’s illness no indication of presidential ability

My friend got pneumonia two weeks before graduation. And you know what? It really sucked. She was achey, tired, and got the chills. But did it stop her from graduating? No. Did it impede on her judgement? No. Did she drop dead in the middle of senior ceremonies? Absolutely not. She has now just completed her third week at Emory University, and something that happened to her three […]

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Public Safety hires two female officers

Public Safety hired Officer Nichole McNeil and Officer Christine Verdolino, making them the only female Public Safety Officers in uniform within the campus. An officer at Wheaton College plays both a vital role both as an officer and an educator. They regulate student behavior, enforce the law on a State and Federal level, and conduct […]

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Coffee with Scott O’Rourke

Scott O’Rourke starts each morning going out for a walk with a 3 year old german shepherd he’s fostering. O’Rourke said, “Just to see the day start out and have it open up in front of me has been a good experience for myself. It really starts my day off in a good way.” O’Rourke […]