Opinion

Why Wheaton students must both give and receive help.

By Abigail Aycock

Theology

God’s Word is clear enough that you can’t spin it to fit your own agenda.

By Jeremy Chong

Food

Try baking the perfect Polish pastry.

By Elizabeth Czajkowski

Rigmarole Academics

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Features

Features

Wheaton’s Lost Legacy of Black Alumni

By Calista Kiper
Documents suggest that in the 1930s, Wheaton stonewalled the admission of a talented Black student because of her race. For students and faculty of color, the effects can still be felt today.

Arts

Arts

The Darkest Knight

By Anna Rose McCarthy
Director Matt Reeves offers a grim, memorable update on Batman and Catwoman.

Arts

Finally Seen

By Anna Rose McCarthy
Recent movies and TV shows feature deaf stories and culture, correcting stereotypes and making media more accessible.

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