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 […]
It’s been a year since we all went home. With the pandemic still going, hookups put on hold are still not super safe. And what about those of us who aren’t really […]
Tracy Wear ‘24, a first-year majoring in Women and Gender Studies and Sociology, has a small business making masks. They first began to sell them when they realised that some of their […]
With a half-baked closure of high school and a hybrid kickoff of college life, the class of 2024 has been left socially stunted and stressed.
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 […]