A few weeks before many new students started their first year at Wheaton, a future freshman’s life was lost before he could even begin his college career. On Aug. 9, Michael Brown, […]
By 10:05 p.m. on Feb. 6, the Loft had to close its doors due to overcapacity and the door stayed closed for that reason until a little after midnight. While the Loft […]
Below are pictures of Wheaton during winter storm Janus on the night of Tuesday, January 22, 2014. Have any pictures you’d like to add or comments on the storm? Email them to […]
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 […]
As both the event organizers and eventual winners, Together We All Prosper (TWAP) house certainly had the odds in their favor during the first annual TWAPathon. From 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. […]
There is no one more devoted to the Dimple than Dominic “Nick” Ruiz ’13. He inspires students and faculty alike with his determination to walk around the Dimple with his walker. Gripping […]
Outside of Director of Public Safety Charles Furgal’s office is an automated external defibrillator (AED) machine. At Public Safety, the joke is that the AED is outside of Furgal’s office so it […]
Mechanical Trades VIDEO While not as picturesque as the Kangamangus Highway Nadeau biked on his Harley Davidson with his wife, David Nadeau’s office window offers a pleasant, palliative view of Peacock Pond. […]
The Lyon’s Women Lacrosse has been looking good this season. With a six game winning streak solidified on April 7 against Mount Holyoke, nothing is stopping the team.
Ashley Dell’Aira was named New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Women’s Track & Field Athlete of the Week for Field events.