Professor Relihan Professor Relihan once told me, “It’s okay not to aim for the horizon” when I said I felt like the gray sky outside. It is a nice reminder that I […]
Carlos Corrada, Member-at-Large for the class of 2022, requested for a last-minute Urgent Discussion to be placed on the SGA Agenda. Corrada spoke of a Wheaton female student of color who had been detained and arrested, and was currently awaiting information on her legal hearing.
Mikaela Savarese ’22, a psychology major with a public health minor, is working towards being a clinical psychologist, hoping to work with mental health-related public policy as a part of her career. […]
Jane Kim ’21 is currently Co-President of the East Asian Student Association (EASA), the Secretary for the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF), the Center for Social Justice and Community Impact’s Interfaith Intern (SJCI), […]
Eliza Browning Eliza Browning ’22 is the Wire’s current Arts and Culture Editor. She’s an English and Art History double major and is a Collections Assistant as well as Access Services Assistant […]
SGA President Aba Lypps said of the class councils, “They are where you directly vote for your peers to represent you and where you serve your peers by taking on the responsibility […]
MJ ’21 has always been a powerful musical and theatrical force on Wheaton’s campus. During the pandemic, she has shifted to other forms of creation, focusing specifically on filmmaking. “As a theatre […]
Adam Bass ’21 has been General Manager of Wheaton College’s radio station (WCCS) for over two years. In this time, he has helped it grow from a platform that simply had students […]
Aba Lypps ’21 ran for Student Government Association (SGA) on a whim, trading a campaign of memes and their sparkling, charismatic personality for the position.
Following the declaration of a state of emergency in Massachusetts, due to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), all students were expected to leave campus by Sunday, March 22, at 5 p.m. While […]