Deep in the Wheaton archives lie the personal letters of professor Helen Wieand Cole describing her experience at Wheaton during the Spanish influenza of 1918. “The 1918 pandemic, strangely, left little mark […]
With a half-baked closure of high school and a hybrid kickoff of college life, the class of 2024 has been left socially stunted and stressed.
Norton Residents and Wheaton students have spent the past few weeks mourning the alleged death of the two resident swans that appear to spend their days alternating between Wheaton’s Peacock Pond and the Norton reservoir.
Santiago Wills describes how the 2010’s chess scene lacks compelling stories in a 2012 article published by The Atlantic titled “How America Forgot About Chess”. According to The Atlantic article, Author of […]
These are the following policy updates recently sent out to the Wheaton Community. In-person and hybrid events will be allowed on-campus at Wheaton as of Feb. 22 with students being able to […]
During times of distress, it is primitive to turn to media that reminds us of a simpler time. Clinical psychologist specializing in traumatic stress, Valentina Stoycheva said, “In times of trauma and […]
It doesn’t take a great deal of effort to describe the plot of “Uncut Gems.” It is a peek into the life of Howard Ratner, a sleazy jeweler in the Diamond District […]
As a result of the pandemic measures put in place, finding study spaces has been increasingly difficult this first month at Wheaton. This has led students to find unusual places to study […]