With great pleasure, I present to you this semester’s second copy of the Wheaton Wire. In this issue, you will find stories of artificial intelligence, inflation, water polo, and much more. I hope your October break was rejuvenating. I personally got COVID-19 for the second time but enjoyed the comforts of home in Maine. Being […]
Growing Up in Higher Education
A playlist to soundtrack the fall semester – Brought to you by WCCS, your campus radio station. (wheatoncollegeradio.com) By John Morris and Michael Kanyongolo John’s Fall Picks “Summer Breeze, Pts. 1&2” – The Isley Brothers It’s hard to cover a song that is already so well-known and loved. You would be hard pressed to find […]
By Silver Melendez and Emma Keirnan. The Chicago Statement was created by the University of Chicago to ensure “free and open discourse.” Many colleges have adopted the Chicago Statement to build a learning community that allows students to engage in conversations with a range of viewpoints. Wheaton adopted the statement as well, updating their policy […]
Note: The following interviews and information was collected in the fall of 2021 Standing on a well-maintained patch of grass in a corner of campus, a curious first-year student, I found myself on Oct. 9, 2020, with approximately 70 Wheaton College students. On the other side of East Main Street, standing on the Town Common […]
What the Repainting of Art Haus Means for the Wheaton Community
Just last week, the results of the Student Government Association fall election came in, and the winners were announced through email, a far cry from the way Wheaton showcased its class officers nearly 100 years ago.
Here’s what’s happening on campus this week!
Wheaton students gather to eat lobster and celebrate the New England tradition in Chase Dining Hall.
By Elsie Carson and Lily Maguire “Get naked or get out!” Those five words were bright and bold on the Art Haus wall in their living room for years. First painted on in 2019, the words became the motto for Art Haus. One didn’t actually have to get naked or get out, but these words […]