Wheaton College President Dennis Hanno will step down late in the calendar year of 2021.
We live in a world where even in a pandemic we still have so much injustice being done to Black women. Danielle McConell ’24 conducted a vigil including a healing space in honor of Breonna Taylor.
Dean of Students Zack Irish sent out an email to students, faculty, and staff on Thursday, Nov. 5, informing them of new campus policies following a rise in on-campus covid cases. The […]
As the pandemic continues to flare in the U.S., many colleges have adjusted their plans for the spring term accordingly. On Oct. 6, Wheaton released an updated academic calendar that pushed the […]
Wheaton students and supporters of President Trump once again hosted opposing rallies on the Norton Common today, Oct 24. The two groups held their rallies on opposite sides of the street once […]
The Supreme Court lost one of their most influential justices, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on Sept. 18. Justice Ginsburg passed away at 87-years-old from metastatic cancer of the pancreas, in her home […]
Over 70 Wheaton students protested a pro-Trump rally on Oct. 9 at the Norton Common across the street from Wheaton College. The majority of the pro-Trump participants were Norton residents and residents […]
With the ongoing effects of COVID-19 still running rampant throughout the student body at Wheaton, everything has changed. Returning students have been faced with seeing their favorite professors over Zoom rather than […]
Following the declaration of a state of emergency in Massachusetts, due to the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), all students were expected to leave campus by Sunday, March 22, at 5 p.m. While […]
President Hanno’s email update to students on Mar 20, 2020, included that the campus staff were working diligently to build virtual experiences and online programming to keep everyone connected through what he […]