Just over four thousand Norton residents cast their votes in the September primaries. More than two thousand voters mailed in their ballots to cast their vote, and just under two thousand voters […]
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 […]
Aries (March 21 – April 19) It’s time to be social!! You should start making contacts with professors, partnerships and businesses. If you have an exciting idea, trust your friends to help […]
Aba Lypps ’21 ran for Student Government Association (SGA) on a whim, trading a campaign of memes and their sparkling, charismatic personality for the position.
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.
Following the declaration of a state of emergency in Massachusetts, due to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), all students were expected to leave campus by Sunday, March 22, at 5 p.m. While […]
President Hanno’s email update to students on Mar 20, 2020, included that the campus staff were working diligently to build virtual experiences and online programming to keep everyone connected through what he […]
This past weekend, the boxing world was able to experience one of the most anticipated heavyweight fights in recent memory. After their controversial draw in Dec. 2018, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder […]
The Bernie Sanders campaign train seems to be chugging along just fine, even with close finishes compared to Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the New Hampshire primary and the Iowa Caucus. It is […]
Last issue in “The function of campus newspapers,” a potential new relevant function for the idea of a campus newspaper – like The Wheaton Wire – was discussed. Though the conclusion was […]