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It’s Good Radio: Artie Street Talks Radio

Artie Street ’21 is the creator of a podcast named Street Corner, a pun on his last name. The show is on Mondays from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. “It’s a talk show! A podcast! It’s just me having fun in a chill environment with people I think are interesting,“ said Street. He went on […]

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Officers Use Pepper Spray at Protest

A Jewish youth group, Never Again Action, has been demonstrating at Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices and detention centers nationally. This August, around the Jewish holiday of Tisha B’av, which commemorates the destruction of the first and second temples in Jerusalem, Never Again Action, organized a protest at the Wyatt Detention Centre to protest the […]

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Wheaton Student Testifying For Change

Gina Rose Napolitano, a senior at Wheaton College, recently testified in favor of two bills being filed by Sen. Joan Lovely. Senator Lovely has filed legislation that would raise the age of consent from 16 to 19 for sexual contact between educators and students of the same school district. For students with special needs, the […]

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All About Pine Hall

A new year has dawned upon Wheaton. The elderly class of 2019 has been shipped off into the so-called “real world,” as the babies known as the class of 2023 have attempted to integrate themselves into the Wheaton community. With this new year, most things have stayed the same here at Wheaton, but a significant […]

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Interview with Emma Yount ‘22

Imagine that your car is packed at full capacity, your parents are stifling choked sobs, and your younger sibling has already begun to overtake your room upstairs; you are more than ready for college move-in day. However, then you hear it, perhaps its the soft jingling of a little bell or the slight scratch of […]

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The Center for Global Education Announces Change in Study Abroad Billing Policy

Beginning in Fall 2019, the Center for Global Education will implement a new study abroad billing method that was deliberated on for over a year. Under the billing change, students will pay their study abroad program directly for room and board costs rather than paying Wheaton’s room and board fees to as was the policy […]

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Jeanne Bedard ‘22 Interview

Jeanne Bedard ‘22, a Wheaton first-year student, recently had her written policy (regarding discrimination in jury selection in Massachusetts) published onto the online journal, Ten Ideas. I sat down with Bedard to discuss her significant accomplishment and the process she went through to achieve it.   Q: What inspired you to join Roosevelt? A: It […]

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Ghana Trip March 2019

The Wheaton bubble joke is a popular one that frequently makes its way around campus. Escaped through the mouths of professors and students, it serves as a nod to our out-of-touch existence on campus. However, this playful campus-life idiom acts as a sort of microcosm to American tunnel vision. Getting caught up in day to […]

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WiN HUB: Redefining Student Entrepreneurship

In the basement of the Doll’s House, below the registrar’s office, is a department still in its infancy. The WiN HUB, supported by the Diana Davis Spencer ’60 foundation, works to promote transformative social entrepreneurship to students who are looking to gain more confidence in the field. Pushing students to lead their own social enterprises, […]

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Once On This Island Musical Comes to Wheaton

The theater department of Wheaton will be showcasing the one-act musical “Once on This Island”, book and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, with music by Stephen Flaherty. The show follows Ti Moune, an orphan girl raised by peasants in sea-swept, post-revolution Carribean village. “The whole story surrounds Ti Moune seeking the gods who rule her island,” […]