What do Alabama coal miners, Massachusetts nurses, Hollywood assistants, and Kellogg’s employees all have in common? If you said that they’re all-American workers who are striking in a collective effort to better their working conditions known as “Striketober”, you’d be correct! Oct. 1 didn’t just kick off the Halloween season, it also kicked off one […]
The Wheaton Ultimate Frisbee (WULF) team lost fairly narrowly by a score of 12-15 in their season opener against Bridgewater State University (BSU). The game occured on Friday, Oct. 22 at the Diane C. Nordin field from 8 P.M. to just after 10 P.M. This game was also BSU’s first game of the season. In […]
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many college students across the world to switch to online learning. This online education model gave students the ability to go to classes from the comfort of their own homes, yet it also resulted in creating a challenging time difference for many students.
About half of the current college students in the U.S. drink alcohol and about one-third of those students binge drink. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, binge drinking puts students at an increased risk of contracting and spreading the coronavirus.
An unidentified man attacked a female Wheaton student in a bathroom in the Young Dormitory Tuesday afternoon at approximately 2:30 p.m. The man was reported to have fled the bathroom after the victim managed to get away.
Norton voters today decided to reject a proposed change to the form of town government. Voters decided to keep the current town meeting structure by a vote total of 1148 for and 1775 opposed.
This year’s State of the College panel discussion was created to give students a space into which they could bring up their concerns with Wheaton’s administration and the state of the campus. On April 1, 2021, student and faculty leaders in the Wheaton community joined together to collaboratively participate in a three-hour-long discussion of the […]
Dear Dean Irish, President Hanno, DEAL Co-Chairs: Stephanie Daniels, Shaya Gregory-Poku, and Raquel Ramos; and Title IX Coordinator Caraline Mulholland, We call upon you, members of the administration, to clarify the ambiguity of the clause “hostile environment” for bias incidents. The Student Government Association will always serve as a realm of debate. We pride ourselves […]
Corrections have been made to this article on April 9, 2021. Two Wheaton College students, Yawanathan Joseph ‘22 and Onyx Mussa ‘22, recently asserted that women should be able to provide “sex, sandwiches, and silence,” when required, during the tenth episode of their podcast, the Simone Francis Podcast. During their interview with a third student, […]
Across the country, states are banning transgender girls from competing in sports. The banning of transgender girls from athletics started last year with Idaho. Since then, Mississippi has become the latest state to file such a motion. The latest string of bans occurred less than two months after President Biden took office and signed an […]