Looking to take some time away from your piles of classwork as the semester begins to catch speed? Take a detour to the Beard and Weil Galleries in the Watson Fine Arts building and catch the new exhibition To Scatter or Sow: Diaspora in Contemporary Art. The exhibition is also available virtually on the gallery’s […]
With the hybrid spring 2021 semester, the Admissions Office is attempting to adapt to allow prospective students to make the best possible decision while ensuring that students on campus are safe. “The Admission Office is doing our best to offer quality, in-person tours while maintaining safety protocols. These tours do not allow outside visitors to […]
College students have often struggled to afford or access textbooks and are now transitioning to using online course materials due to the spread of COVID-19. But there is now a combination of affordable options, such as open-source materials and low-cost publisher-provided materials available!
As members of the Wheaton community, we all share the responsibility of ensuring that “we may have life and have it abundantly.” In the midst of COVID-19, this means actively working to stay safe and healthy. The college will rely on us to work together to self-monitor and comply with all protocols put forth by […]
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 email said that testing had revealed the “largest one-day spike” since April, with 13 community members, 12 students and 1 non-student, testing positive. […]
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 start of the spring semester until Feb. 3, extending winter break to last over two months. This change came with the addition of […]