You’re all on TikTok. It’s true, you’re scrolling TikTok between classes while sitting in Emerson or while sitting in bed procrastinating your work. But you’re on TikTok as a user. Max Genther, […]
As the goalkeeper for the Wheaton field hockey team, Emma Lapreziosa ‘24, is the last line of defense for the Lyons. This may seem daunting to some, but she makes it look […]
The requirement to stay in Chapin is a circumstance feared by many on campus. To ease curious minds, the following is a documentation of my time in a 24-hour symptom-induced quarantine Thursday, […]
In the midst of the Great Resignation, Wheaton has gained a number of new employees. Here are three new faces to recognize around campus this year. Leigh Kozak (she/they) Hometown: Sudbury, Massachusetts […]
Deep in the Wheaton archives lie the personal letters of professor Helen Wieand Cole describing her experience at Wheaton during the Spanish influenza of 1918. “The 1918 pandemic, strangely, left little mark […]
There has been a substantial decline in college applications for the 2021-22 academic year according to universities across the U.S. The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on high school students and changed […]
Whether you’re just discovering self-pleasure or consider yourself an expert, there’s always more to explore when it comes to masturbation. In the last issue of the Wire, you heard from SHAG VP, […]
Although sex education varies from school to school and state to state, there always tends to be a lack of pleasure focus in the curriculum at any school, and again, puts abstinence on a pedestal and ignores focusing on sex as something that should be pleasurable.
History is in the making! NASA is targeting Sunday, April 11, for the Ingenuity Mars helicopter’s first attempt at powered, controlled flight on another planet.
Wheaton’s chapter of the Roosevelt Campus Network will be hosting the Eleventh Annual WheaTalks event on April 8 this year. WheaTalks is Wheaton’s annual TedTalk-like event. Roosevelt @ Wheaton describes the event […]