In lieu of a Spring Break for the Spring 2021 semester, Wheaton administration opted to offer students two break days, one on Mar. 10 and the second on April 30. In an […]
In a recent update to the campus, President Dennis Hanno announced that a cross-campus committee had been exploring multiple options for our 2021 Commencement, with the possibility of an in-person aspect to […]
With the hybrid spring 2021 semester, the Admissions Office is attempting to adapt to allow prospective students to make the best possible decision while ensuring that students on campus are safe. “The […]
Across the country, states are banning transgender girls from competing in sports. The banning of transgender girls from athletics started last year with Idaho. Since then, Mississippi has become the latest state […]
Every passing year, every month, week, day, hour, minute, second, or millisecond, even the smallest possible measurement of the manmade construct of time contains change.
Everyone on campus knows the Lyons Den. What used to be a chill late-night gathering spot with delicious café drinks and desserts, is now a fresh, bright, and renovated study space! It […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected student life in far-reaching ways. While the lion’s share of discussion revolves around hybrid classes and the gradual reopening of campus, important but overlooked facets of the […]
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.
You might have heard of the Sexual Health Advocacy Group (SHAG) as the group that gives out condoms and holds events with sex toy prizes, but we are so much more than […]
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