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Bass Talks Mass: Adam Bass Gives the Story MA Politicians Are Really Telling

Adam Bass ’21 has been General Manager of Wheaton College’s radio station (WCCS) for over two years. In this time, he has helped it grow from a platform that simply had students play music to one that includes talk shows covering a wide range of topics, from sports to elections. Beginning with coverage of the […]

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Aba Lypps Wants You To Love Wheaton College Again

Aba Lypps ’21 ran for Student Government Association (SGA) on a whim, trading a campaign of memes and their sparkling, charismatic personality for the position.

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Discussing Tenure with Professor Werner

English Professor Winter Jade Werner has been granted tenure by the Wheaton College MA Tenure Board. This comes with a salary increase, as well as a title change, from ‘Assistant Professor’ to ‘Associate Professor’, and the decision was made following deliberations by President Dennis Hanno, Provost Renee White, and 5 other Wheaton professors, who make […]

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Theater Design with Jordan Zimba

Stupid Fucking Bird drew attention from the moment it was chosen as the mainstage for the fall semester. How does Wheaton College even begin to advertise a play with a swear word in the title? However, often overlooked is the smaller details of the play. In particular, the intentionality of the costumes.  The designer for […]

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I Want to Believe in the Alien Research Club

Ever wondered if there is life beyond the stars? Ever seen something in the night sky you can’t quite explain? Now you can get even closer to the truth than ever before with Wheaton’s new club – the extra-terrestrial research society founded by sophomore Benjamen Fields ’22.    Fields is studying physics and astronomy and has […]

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Emily Gray: Art and Inspiration

Emily Gray ‘22 courts intention. Creativity weaves itself through her life, manifesting itself in the art she creates and the stories her art tells. She is constantly creating⁠—curating playlists, writing poetry, constructing outfits, creating jewelry, producing films, down to classic visual art.  An English and History of Art double major, she is fascinated with the […]

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Concerning Clowns and Stepdads

Please Payce,  I have recently been the habit of perusing eBay for vintage clowns, and my watch list is full of clowns. How do I determine what clowns to buy, so I don’t break the bank? Thanks, Clown consumer Dear Consumer, So think about what you like about the clowns that you have in your […]

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Mental Health Services at Wheaton

On Oct. 9, WheAccess club hosted a meeting to discuss the counseling center and general access to mental health services for students on campus. During the meeting, similarities between personal stories shared were discovered.  “I have struggled more than I ever have since coming back to Wheaton after McLean. The problems I needed help for […]

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Unveiling New Anti-Mosquito Technology (A Satire Article)

*Writers note: The following article is a work of satire, please do not take any of it as truth. Any specific people mentioned in any of my articles were made aware of their inclusion in it prior to publishing. Please direct any complaints with the content of the article to cohen_benjamin@wheatoncollege.edu.* When news of a […]

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Take a seat. An advice column

Dear Payce,                                                                 I watch too many YouTube videos and I want to watch fewer. I always tell myself not to watch so many, but then I just click to the next one in my recommendations. Some things I really do want to watch, but I don’t need to know this much about cooking or makeup […]