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Rachael Pauze Steps Into New Position

As announced to the community through Dean Irish’s Welcome Back email, Rachael Pauze, former Title IX Coordinator, will be stepping into a broader compliance position with the hiring of Caraline Moholland.

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PAC Adapts to the Hybrid Semester, Releases February Event Line-Up

Wheaton’s Programming and Activities Council (PAC) adapted quickly to the hybrid fall semester, hosting several popular events including a show put on by comedic juggler Ivan Pecel, a virtual campfire with Nic Howell and a paint night. The club recently released its line-up of events for February!  “I’m most excited about the Speed Dating event,” […]

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‘Caring, Compassionate and Appropriate Responses’: Caraline Moholland, Wheaton’s New Title IX Coordinator

Caraline Moholland recently became Wheaton College’s Title IX Coordinator and Bias Incident Response Officer. The latter is a new, formalized position that oversees the college’s response to bias incidents with a focus on increasing education and resources, as well as repairing harm.  As Title IX Coordinator, Moholland brings a history of work with student affairs […]

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‘Better Dead Than Co-Ed’: Wheaton Alum Organizes Reprinting of Protest Shirts

Following the popularity of a post in a college Facebook group of a Wheaton College student in front of Cole Memorial Chapel in a shirt bearing the motif “Better Dead Than Coed,” Katherine Mooney ’17 began to organise the reprinting of the protest shirt from 1987. After bringing together a graphic designer to keep the […]

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Test Your Advocacy in Policing Scenarios

For our advocacy project in our “Race & Racism” course, our group decided that we wanted to focus on policing and the criminal justice system. We learned a great deal about this topic throughout our course, and we hope that we can provide the Wheaton College community with some insight and education materials. There are […]

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Double Feature: Wire Editors, Buehner & Beaudoin

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 Book Resources, a website dedicated to the coverage of comic book-related news and discussion.  Buehner, as Web Editor, is responsible for formatting and […]

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Rony Yin On K-Pop at Wheaton

“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 didn’t join Trybe as a result. Yin went on to explain her excitement at the discovery during her sophomore year that Jess DiFranco […]

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Devin Baton ’23 Profile

Devin Baton ’23 is an African, African American, Diaspora Studies major, and is the current President of the Black Student Association, and the SGA Sustainability Board Diversity and Inclusion Chair. Baton also spoke of a love of music, describing the Spotify playlists that he enjoys creating,  as well as other artistic endeavors, including songwriting and […]

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Double Feature: Wire Editors, Wilhite & Ramon

Carter Wilhite ’22 Carter Wilhite is the Wheaton Wire’s Politics and Economics Editor, as well as the Podcast Editor. He is a Political Science and Economics Double Major, with a minor in Public Policy. He is also on the Planning Committee for the Wheaton Leftist Union, and the Student-Faculty Liaison for SGA’s Education Council.  “When […]

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Charles Campbell On Finding Family at Wheaton

Charles Campell ’23 is an Economics Major with a Math Minor. He is currently the Athletics Liaison for the Intercultural Board, Co-director of Paraiso Latino, and a member of Ohm Initiative House, Wheaton Impact Travel and the Men’s Rugby Team.  Campbell spoke about looking for groups as a freshman, speaking about dancing a little in […]