Wheaton College Dean of Students, Zack Irish, announced a change to Wheaton’s guest policy in an email sent to the Wheaton community today that will go into effect on Mar. 22, 2021.
College students have often struggled to afford or access textbooks and are now transitioning to using online course materials due to the spread of COVID-19. But there is now a combination of affordable options, such as open-source materials and low-cost publisher-provided materials available!
A third stimulus check is in the works. Having passed through the House on Saturday, all that remains for the $1.9 trillion dollar Covid relief package is for the Senate to pass […]
Associate Professor of Art, Kelly Goff, and his Public Art class hosted a two-part boat regatta on Saturday and Monday of this week on Peacock Pond as a part of the course. […]
The governors of both Texas and Mississippi have announced that their states will dissolve their mask mandates. Both governors cited increased vaccinations and reduced hospitalizations as reasons for the dissolution of the […]
These are the following policy updates recently sent out to the Wheaton Community. In-person and hybrid events will be allowed on-campus at Wheaton as of Feb. 22 with students being able to […]
Wheaton Students Protest Mandatory Mental Health Training Module, Administration Responds, Making the Training Optional
Following concerns expressed by students, Dean of Students Zachary Irish and Director of Counseling & Health Services Valeria Tobia announced today that they plan to make the EverFi mental health module optional, rather than mandatory as first announced.
Two Students, One Non-Student Member of the Wheaton Community Test Positive at the Start of the Spring Semester
According to Wheaton College’s on-campus testing results on the college’s website, at the conclusion of the first full day of classes, two students and one non-student member of the community had tested […]
Wheaton College Reopens for the Spring Semester, Asks that Returning Students Abide by the Following Community Commitment
As members of the Wheaton community, we all share the responsibility of ensuring that “we may have life and have it abundantly.” In the midst of COVID-19, this means actively working to […]
Scenario 1: Black man Scenario 2: White man (Read the scenarios again in Part 1!) “Abolish the police,” became a rallying cry around 1988. Prior to this, the creation of the police […]