According to associate dean of student care Allison Ash, roughly one in five women experience rape or attempted rape on college campuses in the United States. The statistics are not limited to women, as men are also victims of sexual violence and harassment on college campuses. Those who witness crimes are prone to the “bystander […]
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In the small but packed Kresge Room in Edman Chapel on Thursday, Sept. 11, the former United States Ambassador Ryan Crocker gave an address on foreign affairs to the students and faculty of Wheaton College. Having spent seven years in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan after the tragic events of 9/11, the former ambassador spoke with […]
The Phelps room was filled with 250 students chatting and waiting for the revealing of the $1,000 xPRIZE challenges on Monday, Sept. 15. The newly formed Student Alumni Board and xPRIZE were launched that night, and SAB offered students free ice cream, popcorn, lemonade and water to celebrate its first event. “xPRIZE is an event […]
The day before the College announced that Ita Fischer was leaving her position as the director of the Career Development Center at Wheaton, Fischer informed her friend Rodney Sisco, director of the Office of Multicultural Development, of the news. She gave him three action figures as a parting gift. Eleven days after July 11, when […]
“The intertwined histories of Wheaton College and Native Americans provide the context in which students and faculty are forging fresh and healing relationships with Native people,” wrote professor of New Testament as a preface to his article in the Winter 2013 issue of Wheaton Magazine. Next weekend, Green’s department, along with the intercultural studies, sociology […]