On Thursday, Nov. 12, Patrisse Cullors, an internationally recognized artist, activist, and advocate for civil rights and social justice spoke in a zoom webinar entitled Beyond the Hashtag: The Art and Activism […]
Aries (March 21 – April 19) Do you feel like you’re at the top of your game, Aries? Good, you are. Use this energy to get organized for finals and next semester. […]
On Nov. 4, 2020, SGA senate began with a quick discussion of remote learning during the informal conversation of Community Commentary. With the recent COVID-19 spike at Wheaton, many students have opted […]
The crunchy, cheesy, classic snack food that will leave an orange residue on your fingers after you eat them: Cheetos. What do you picture when you think of a Cheeto? This week, […]
Abram Buehner ’23 Abram Buehner is the Wheaton Wire’s Web Editor. He is a Film and New Media Studies and English double major. He is also a writer for CBR, or Comic […]
“Before I met Jess, I was kind of frustrated about not being able to dance,” said Rony Yin ’21, explaining how she didn’t enjoy freestyle as much as she did Kpop, and […]
On Nov. 4, 2020, SGA Senate began with a quick discussion of current events during the Community Commentary. Cleef Jonathas ’23, Chair of the Class of 2023 Class Council, referenced the previous […]
Aries (March 21 – April 19) How are you handling your disagreements, Aries? There may be a conflict of interest in your classes or in your friend group. If this is getting […]
We live in a world where even in a pandemic we still have so much injustice being done to Black women. Danielle McConell ’24 conducted a vigil including a healing space in honor of Breonna Taylor.
Recent communications reveal division over the nature of our crisis and the role of leadership. On one side, is the conservative maintenance of the status quo and its beneficiaries, propped up by immovable “longstanding policies” and appeals for civility. On the other side, an aspirational leadership that’s responsive and transformational, finally prioritizing our most vulnerable in the march towards justice.