Though the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the year 2020 more than anything else, there have been many life-changing events that have been overlooked due to the overarching attention the pandemic has stolen […]
A copy of the 2020 Wheaton College Annual Security and Fire Safety Report was made available on Monday of this past week by Public Safety. The report includes statistics for 2017, 2018, and 2019 calendar years.
Language is a determining factor in certain conversations. Phrases commonly used in the past are not considered appropriate in today’s world. Phrases such as “hanging in there” should no longer be used, […]
This information is about the fitness classes scheduled for the fall semester. All fitness classes are through Zoom at this time, so there is no equipment needed! More information can be found […]
This year, the Wheaton Wire will publish articles covering current events around COVID-19 and stories on how students and campus organizations are changing their procedures to help support each other during this global pandemic.
It made for a memorable recruitment overnight when a total of 14 students were trapped in the elevator in Pine Hall, which suddenly came to a halt. The quiet Friday night on […]
In recognition of the National Day of Service this year on Sept. 11, the Programing Activities Council (PAC), Community Initiatives and Volunteer Involvement Club (CIVIC) and the Center for Social Justice and […]
Leaders in the community gathered to discuss the three freedoms for action and how to live those out on Wheaton’s campus on Tuesday of last week. This themed community conversation was an extension of the teach-in last year on this topic.
The State of the College was held on Monday, April 8 at 7 p.m. in the Holman Room in Mary Lyon. This event will include remarks from President Hanno about the state […]
The Wheaton Model United Nations (MUN) team hosted a high school conference on the Wheaton College campus on April 6. The WheaMUN Conference was attended by four different high schools including Gould […]