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Wheaton’s 11th Annual WheaTalks Event

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 as their attempt to gather the most dynamic and engaging speakers at Wheaton to offer them 10 minutes on stage presenting their bold […]

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Self Love During COVID: A Quick Guide to Sex Toys

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 interested in sex with another person? With more time in (when not buried in papers and readings) how should we spend it? For […]

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Tracy Wear ‘24 on Their Small Business Making Masks

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 friends were having trouble finding masks at the store or online, and offered to make them for two dollars? at the time. After […]

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The First-year Social Disconnect

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.

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Wheaton Students Share Opinions on the First Break Day of the Spring Semester

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 email preceding the first break day, the Dean of Students office suggested that the day was intended to allow students the opportunity to […]

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Dennis Hanno’s Commencement Announcement Sparks Discussion, Hope for Class of 2021

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 the ceremony. The email mentioned restrictions to follow the guidance provided by the state, such as limiting attendance to two guests per student […]

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Wheaton College Admissions Office Adapts to the Spring 2021 Semester Restrictions

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 Admission Office is doing our best to offer quality, in-person tours while maintaining safety protocols. These tours do not allow outside visitors to […]

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An Introduction to SHAG!

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 that! SHAG is a community open to people of all identities, working to foster an open dialogue about issues of sexual health on […]

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Dennis Hanno Embracing Community and His Legacy

The campus was devastated to hear Dennis Hanno’s decision to step down as President of Wheaton College in late 2021. But instead of dwelling on Wheaton’s now anticipated loss of such an inspiring leader, I aim to shine a positive light on the subject.

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Flute Choir Adapts to the Hybrid Semester

Wheaton College’s Flute Choir recently received SGA recognition.