Some leave the sport they love quietly. Others fade due to injury or simply age out of the game. Julie Ertz, the now former USWNT midfielder/defender did neither.
What better person to lead Wheaton swimming than someone who has been a part of the success of the past?
It’s a simple decision: you either walk right out of your dorm door every morning or you stop to lock it behind you. Either way, it’s nothing more than a reflex. It simply is what you do. Personally, I haven’t locked my dorm door since the bizarre first few weeks of my freshman year during […]
Even going to a school that does not compete in the Division I NCAA Tournament, it is hard not to notice its effect on everyday news in the month of March. While college basketball has delivered with the competition between the white lines, a coaching carousel in one of the country’s most competitive conferences has […]
With graduation looming ominously close for the class of 2023, seniors are all overwhelmed with a range of emotions including fear. We are leaving the nest, our little Wheaton bubble that has managed to protect us from the world for four long years. Now we have to fly or try our hardest, at least. I […]
The extent in which political polarization has influenced the state of politics across the United States, for better and for worse, has become the topic of numerous political conversations for quite some time now. But what most of these heated conversations fail to address is the prevalence of an individual’s political attitudes being impacted by […]
There is not a story in the world of soccer today that is much larger than what is happening with Canadian soccer, specifically the women’s national team. Before the defending gold medalist came up short against the United States in the Sunshine State in the SheBelieves Cup opener, captain Christine Sinclair and the rest of […]
Let’s be real — Wheaton is not exactly located in a bustling city. Norton is borderline rural. In walking distance, we have CVS, Walgreens (an ‘upscale’ CVS) and Bagels & Cream. Bog is technically only open to seniors, and I am definitely not a beer person. So, although I do love a Thai Iced Tea […]
Wheaton Accessibility is technically back in business, but students with accommodations still feel the aftereffects of a rocky start to the semester. By law, all established colleges and universities in the U.S. are required to meet all students’ accessibility needs. The Americans With Disabilities Act (1990), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973), and President […]
Today, the Brit Awards is one of the most progressive awards shows, so why did they move backward? Events such as the Brits, the Grammys, or even the iHeart Radio Awards are all crucial pieces of pop cul- ture in the music industry, so during the spring of every year, fan bases are fighting to […]