Some Clubs, Students Dissatisfied with Wheaton Marketplace

Two years into its adoption at the college, the cashless payment system Marketplace is causing snags for student clubs trying to fundraise.

Sleep Deprivation Is a Wheaton Student’s Alcohol

Pulling an all-nighter may be Covenant approved, but that doesn’t mean it’s not affecting your clarity of mind.

Men’s Soccer Concludes Season in Penalty Kicks, Regroups for Next Year

The 2023 season ended in the conference semifinals, but the team has their eyes set on next year’s national playoffs.

Pulling an all-nighter may be Covenant approved, but that doesn’t mean it’s not affecting your clarity of mind.
We’ve been focused on supporting student clubs, as well as making plans for our own potential restructuring.
Replacing a Hispanic Heritage Month chapel with a discussion of the historical race report feels counterintuitive.
We’re working hard to become more accessible and transparent to you, our constituents, this year.

News

Two years into its adoption at the college, the cashless payment system Marketplace is causing snags for student…
Rob Ribbe, the executive director of HoneyRock for the past 33 years, is stepping down from his position…
The biochemistry and molecular biology major is now available to current first-years and sophomores….
Larger class sizes, less frequent upper-division course offerings and changes to requirements will be the primary results of…
War in the Middle East has sparked security concerns for the college’s semester program….
In front of a crowd in Edman Chapel, the three Christian authors read from their new books and…
Three weeks after the release of the college’s historical race review, students are still talking about its implications….
With two days of tailored, experiential events, the Admissions Office hopes to help student visitors pick Wheaton. …

Features

For over 60 years, the independent organization behind local missionary furlough homes has helped families returning from the mission field for long or short stays stateside.
Students at Wheaton who identify as gender minorities discuss their experiences on a campus where expressions of that identity are a touchy topic.
A HNGR field intern reflects on her experience working at an orphanage for the last five months.
For a decade, a Wheaton professor has been taking his students to the zoo to learn foundational processes on poultry.
Amidst financial challenges and chronic pain, Weslie Wilkin fought for her education.
It’s not just a Wheaton cliche: data shows that spring is the most popular time for campus engagements.

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Sports

IM teams at Wheaton must have at least two women to balance their numbers.
Though small in numbers, the Wheaton College Pep Band is ready to raise up the energy at basketball games.
A broken school record, two key conference wins and three CCIW player of the week performances highlight four home games.
Flex days allow coaches to lead practice outside of the traditional season.

Arts

Got a case of the autumn blues? We’ve got just the thing. As we enter into seasonal limbo,…
No need to go all the way to Chicago – all the cheap clothes and decor you…
Forget papers – these Wheaton students have published entire novels during or before their college years….
For all its promise, here’s why “The Creator” is a missed opportunity….

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