The mood was somber as Wheaton students gathered in the sun-filled Dimple last Wednesday to show their support for those affected by the recent Boston Marathon bombings. The Wheaton/Boston Strong vigil, organized […]
Wheaton will introduce an intensive four-week summer session this year, open for enrollment to all Wheaton students, according to a recent campus-wide email from Associate Provost and Professor of Psychology Gail Sahar. […]
Since graduating from Wheaton College, Rose Jackson ’06 has worked in some of the most violent regions in the world. Serving as a staffer for various U.S. political campaigns in her “time […]
The Educational Policy Committee voted last week to approve and distribute a proposal for the creation of a new major in Business and Management. If approved, Wheaton will join an increasingly long […]
Late last month, a petition with the objective of increasing administrative transparency at Wheaton morphed into a swiftly growing and well-advertised Facebook group. “Wheaton College Student Advocates,” as the group is called, […]
Editor’s Note: The below article is a succinct analysis of a variety of opinions from journalists, analysts and public officials surrounding Chuck Hagel’s nomination hearings. We have published stories like these in […]
Even with Rick Santorum’s three-state caucus sweep last Tuesday, it still does not seem likely that we will see what is often dreamt of by politicos everywhere: a brokered convention, where no […]
After many years of allowing a January enrollment option to its first year and transfer applicants, Wheaton College has begun phasing out late enrollment. Yet while one program fades in importance, fall applications for the Class of 2016 have yielded unprecedented gains.