The Student Government Association (SGA) discussed plans for a meeting of club leaders, which was deemed “Club Congress,” at their recent meeting on Oct. 14. The proposal was originally titled “The Wheaton […]
The first incident I want to comment on is the recent expulsion (from campus housing) of a female Wheaton student following an incident with Norton PD Officers.
Source: https://astrostyle.com/learn-astrology/history-of-astrology-timeline/ Aries (March 21-April 19) Have you changed your approach to your hobbies, Aries? If you haven’t, then you can brainstorm with friends on how to break away from the same […]
Carlos Corrada, Member-at-Large for the class of 2022, requested for a last-minute Urgent Discussion to be placed on the SGA Agenda. Corrada spoke of a Wheaton female student of color who had been detained and arrested, and was currently awaiting information on her legal hearing.
Mikaela Savarese ’22, a psychology major with a public health minor, is working towards being a clinical psychologist, hoping to work with mental health-related public policy as a part of her career. […]
Jane Kim ’21 is currently Co-President of the East Asian Student Association (EASA), the Secretary for the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF), the Center for Social Justice and Community Impact’s Interfaith Intern (SJCI), […]
Eliza Browning Eliza Browning ’22 is the Wire’s current Arts and Culture Editor. She’s an English and Art History double major and is a Collections Assistant as well as Access Services Assistant […]
As the pandemic continues to flare in the U.S., many colleges have adjusted their plans for the spring term accordingly. On Oct. 6, Wheaton released an updated academic calendar that pushed the […]
Wheaton students and supporters of President Trump once again hosted opposing rallies on the Norton Common today, Oct 24. The two groups held their rallies on opposite sides of the street once […]
Article by: Alyssa Myers ’23 What color is nothing? Does nothing even have a color at all? This week, I turned to members of the Wheaton community asking the open-ended question: what […]