In this issue of The Wheaton Wire, you will find stories of poetry, movies, car accidents, and… student feet. I hope you had a fulfilling and eventful Halloweekend; it seems that the rain spared us until Monday. Fall is fleeting and we are on the tail end of it, I have been soaking up the last of the foliage.
On the publication of our third issue this semester, I am proud of the progress our contributors have made and excited for determined newcomers.
College journalism can often feel like a rewardless job; sometimes, the only thing keeping us going is our love for the craft and words of encouragement from readers. I don’t want to get too pessimistic because, after
all, we are somehow still here, printed and in your hands. But I want to give a shout-out to the underappreciated work that our student contributors create.
College newspapers are the unseen lifeblood of campus and community because we care to cover the little things. Kudos to our contributors for taking the time out of their busy schedules to make work for our community.
See you soon,
Class of 2024
Wheaton Wire Editor-In-Chief