Abby Cook ’22 is running for Vice President of SGA for the Academic Year 2021-2022
Mikaela Savarese ’22 is running for President of SGA for the Academic Year 2021-2022
Payce Shepard ’22 is running for Vice President of SGA for the Academic Year 2021-2022
What is math? A natural existing property on Earth that was dying to be discovered, or a human invention? Or does it fall somewhere in-between? To answer this complex philosophical question about […]
2. Francisco Lindor finally escaped Cleveland, leaving Jose Ramirez to fend for himself against the cheapest MLB owner. Lindor has long been one of the league’s most electric players and we hope […]
So then, with a new administration what can we expect? I’m sorry to disappoint anyone hoping for sweeping reform but that won’t be happening. President Joe Biden is a centrist through and through and there is no getting around that fact.
The crunchy, cheesy, classic snack food that will leave an orange residue on your fingers after you eat them: Cheetos. What do you picture when you think of a Cheeto? This week, […]
Recent communications reveal division over the nature of our crisis and the role of leadership. On one side, is the conservative maintenance of the status quo and its beneficiaries, propped up by immovable “longstanding policies” and appeals for civility. On the other side, an aspirational leadership that’s responsive and transformational, finally prioritizing our most vulnerable in the march towards justice.
Is The Nightmare Before Christmas a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie? What classifies a movie as either Halloween or Christmas themed? This week, I turned to Wheaton community members to figure […]
The first incident I want to comment on is the recent expulsion (from campus housing) of a female Wheaton student following an incident with Norton PD Officers.