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SGA is Getting in the Spirit of Inclusivity

As a result, SGA made the decision to cancel the “Halloween at Hanno’s” celebration, moving instead to “Halloween in the (Club) Hub,” where students would be able to pick up Halloween candy and meet their class representatives.

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The Best Advice from Professors, from Fourteen Students

Professor Relihan Professor Relihan once told me, “It’s okay not to aim for the horizon” when I said I felt like the gray sky outside. It is a nice reminder that I don’t have to be perfect or even happy every day. It really meant a lot to me and when people ask about taking […]

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Mikaela Savarese On Accessibility Advocacy at Wheaton College

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. Every person Savarese has worked with, spoke of her empathy and commitment to advocacy, with Grayson Beaulieu ’22 speaking specifically of her generosity, […]

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Jane Kim on Finding her Spaces of Faith and Culture at Wheaton

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), and a Lead Residential Advisor for the YMC quad. “With IVCF, my parents encouraged me to reach out before I even got to […]

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Double Feature: Wire Editors, Eliza and Ben

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 in the Library. She’s also an editor for Rushlight, the literary magazine, and Babe Lincoln, the politics and culture magazine. Outside of Wheaton, […]

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Class Council Interviews (2020-2021)

SGA President Aba Lypps said of the class councils, “They are where you directly vote for your peers to represent you and where you serve your peers by taking on the responsibility of making clear, direct, informed decisions on their behalf. I’m really excited about working with our four class chairs – Ben Goho, Cleef […]

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MJ on continuing to create art during a pandemic

MJ ’21 has always been a powerful musical and theatrical force on Wheaton’s campus. During the pandemic, she has shifted to other forms of creation, focusing specifically on filmmaking.  “As a theatre major, you have no choice, but to turn to film right now,” said MJ. “I’ve never really created a film before, but I’ve […]

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How Have Wheaton Students Adapted to Limited Study Spaces?

As a result of the pandemic measures put in place, finding study spaces has been increasingly difficult this first month at Wheaton. This has led students to find unusual places to study and attend Zoom calls. Luckily, as of Sept. 19, on-campus students can now reserve learning spaces through the new 25 live scheduling system. […]

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Is a Pop-Tart a Ravioli?

What can one classify as a ravioli? A Pop-Tart? Uncrustables? Anything with two ends of dough and some sort of filling? Or solely one pasta envelope filled with a combination of meat and cheese? I turned to the Wheaton community to answer the question that started as a 2018 internet meme—“Is a Pop-Tart a ravioli?”—with […]

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Joselin Mane Discusses the importance of the #ScholarStrike

Language is a determining factor in certain conversations. Phrases commonly used in the past are not considered appropriate in today’s world. Phrases such as “hanging in there” should no longer be used, because it is recognized as meaning that the person is holding on to life, because of suicidal thoughts, terminal illness, etc.  The phrase […]