Will Rue ever become sober? Will Maddie (insert Alexa Demie’s voice) ‘li-Ke literally’ kill Cassie? Is Sam Levison a creep? The HBO Max high school drama, “Euphoria,” seems to be all anyone […]
Warning: Spoilers of the films Last Night in Soho (2021) and Midnight in Paris (2011) Have you ever felt nostalgia for a time you never lived through? In the 2011 Woody Allen […]
On Thursday, September 16th, Sweet Stuff Bake Shop officially cut the grand opening ribbon at their new brick and mortar store, located about two miles from campus. During the transition from home […]
The pandemic has led many people to question beliefs surrounding introversion. Some people ended up thriving in a socially limited environment, some are finding that re-entering into their “normal” social lives is […]
Authors note: Spoilers ahead! After over a year of theater closure, I wanted nothing but to be blown away by a movie. I longed to leave a theater speechless, tranced, sick and […]
The requirement to stay in Chapin is a circumstance feared by many on campus. To ease curious minds, the following is a documentation of my time in a 24-hour symptom-induced quarantine Thursday, […]
Memoir-turned-film Prozac Nation shows the story of Elizabeth Wurtzel during her college days, a girl clinically depressed, and perpetually obsessed with Lou Reed. The book is based on Wurtzel’s real experiences, and […]
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.