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Baltimore, Beyoncé rock Super Bowl XLVII

Ray Lewis is partying all the way to retirement. The Ravens linebacker fought hard with his teammates in New Orleans Sunday evening as the Baltimore Ravens topped the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in Super Bowl XLVII. The game featured two young quarterbacks looking to jumpstart their careers, as well as a rivalry between brother coaches […]

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Student entrepreneurs give the friendship bracelet a chic makeover

On occasion, the physical manifestation of friendship is wrapped around the wrists of Wheaton students. This is especially true of Wheaton seniors Alexia Rempoutzakou ’13, Vanessa Fuchs ’13 and Alaina Raftis ’13, who have proposed a sophisticated take on the friendship bracelet. Their taste for entrepreneurship began during their sophomore year, when the three friends […]

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Critical rundown: Is Hagel the best man for the job?

Editor’s Note: The below article is a succinct analysis of a variety of opinions from journalists, analysts and public officials surrounding Chuck Hagel’s nomination hearings. We have published stories like these in the past, but the inspiration for the format comes from The Week Magazine and it’s online counterpart, TheWeek.com. Former Senator Chuck Hagel, the […]

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Big Event contributes to a weekend of alcohol-free fun

Music filled the air as students and Norton locals walked around Haas Athletic Center Saturday evening, enjoying snacks and taking part in the carnival attractions. Every February, the WAMs (Wheaton Athletic Mentors) sponsor a weekend of sobriety known as the Big Event. The WAMs are a leadership group of student athletes who provide a liaison […]

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SGA Roast invites rare moment for public mockery

On Friday, March 30th, Wheaton’s Student Government Association (SGA) gathered together in the Loft for the annual SGA Roast.

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Ten students share their passion at first annual WheaTalks

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).

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Anthropology alumni inspire interested students

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.

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Goldberg ’12 and Mercado ’12 win Watson Fellowships

This year, a passion to go global has given Wheaton College two more students with national awards.

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Colburn ’12 helps lead Women’s Lacrosse Team

The Lyon’s Women Lacrosse has been looking good this season. With a six game winning streak solidified on April 7 against Mount Holyoke, nothing is stopping the team.

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Boston Celtics surging as NBA season begins final stretch

As the NBA trade deadline approached in the middle of March, the Boston Celtics refused to accept any offer that wasn’t clearly in their favor.