Public Safety updates student ID card system

Student ID cards should now work better than ever due to system changes in Public Safety. Public Safety and Facilities Management proposed that the Access Control system be replaced because of occasional glitches on the cards and in order to connect systems across campus. The project began last May and was practically finished in August. […]

Ryken hopes to appoint new chaplain by January

Wheaton does not yet know who its next chaplain will be, but President Philip Ryken and the search committee are working to appoint a permanent chaplain to replace Chaplain Kellough, who retired after the spring semester of 2014 and after 25 years of service at the college. According to Marilee Melvin, the executive assistant to […]

Sports shorts: Issue 3, Sept. 12

Thunder volleyball competes in ASICS National Invite The Thunder traveled to St. Louis this past weekend to compete in the ASICS National Invite on Friday and Saturday. On Friday, the Thunder faced off against fifth-ranked Wittenberg University, losing the first match 25-23, but then fell behind to score 13 points in the second match and […]