Wheaton student bloggers

In-between your Facebook and emails, check out one of these eight Wheaton student bloggers.  From thoughts, photographs or illustrations, each offers something a little different to the Wheaton community.

Student-run theology conference hopes to promote history of Christianity

Last year, associate professor of theology and history of Christianity and degree coordinator of the M.A. in history of Christianity Jennifer McNutt said that students in her program expressed eagerness for a venue where they could learn how to present their ideas and organize a conference that would “provide a public forum for their work.” […]

Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors play at Wheaton College

The members of Judah and the Lion took the stage in Edman chapel last Saturday night, Sept. 27.  They came to center stage without their instruments and raised their arms dramatically, waiting for the crowd to follow suit. With arms raised, the crowd grew quiet. Then the band leaned forward, touched their toes and led […]

Game night explores diversity through stories

Wheaton’s campus bustled with activity on the chilly evening of Tuesday, Sept. 30. Solidarity Cabinet and Arena Theater partnered together to create a game night, a “social simulation,” drawing 40-50 students out of the cold and into the Phelps room to explore racial and ethnic identity through physical movement and stories. The game night’s purpose […]

Carlson and the Congo crisis: a lecture on power

Last Thursday, Sept. 25, Dr. Melani McAlister from George Washington University lectured on decolonization in the Democratic Republic of Congo from 1960-64. McAlister led the seventh annual Billy Graham Center Archival lecture and touched on evangelicalism and race, missionaries and power, conflict and violence in the DRC and the death of a missionary named Dr. […]