Ten members of the Wheaton community stepped into the spotlight on Mon. March 26 at the much-anticipated WheaTalks event, sponsored by the Roosevelt Institute, TriBeta, and the Student Government Association (SGA).
Wheaton anthropology alumni and students gathered together on Thurs. Mar. 29 for the Health Careers without Borders Panel to learn more about where a major in Anthropology could take them after college.
This year, a passion to go global has given Wheaton College two more students with national awards.
Wheaton’s Relay for Life event was a massive success and raised $12,100 over the weekend of Fri. March 30.
The tiny campus with a thunderous voice lived up to its reputation yet again. An email sent on Thur Jan. 9 by Wheaton College President Ronald Crutcher stated that the school has decided not to proceed with a housing policy change that would have raised rates for premium living environments.
On Tue Feb 7, the Wheaton Housing Fee Forum took place at the Hindle Auditorium with more than 200 students in attendance.
Chase Dining Complex does not open until 8 a.m. during the weekdays and students who have early courses are often unable to eat before class.
On Fri. Feb. 3, while most students were getting out of their last class and beginning their weekend preparations for the Superbowl, the Wheaton’s Athletic Mentors (WAMs) kicked off their seventh annual Big Event weekend.
After many years of allowing a January enrollment option to its first year and transfer applicants, Wheaton College has begun phasing out late enrollment. Yet while one program fades in importance, fall applications for the Class of 2016 have yielded unprecedented gains.
Senior Anthropology and Sociology majors had the opportunity to present the results of their hard work and research at Wheaton College’s 30th Annual Sociology and Anthropology Senior Research Symposium on Wed. Feb 1 and Thurs. Feb. 2.