Eyebrows furrowed and eyes downcast, Andy Crouch apologized profusely to a room full of sociology and anthropology majors and faculty for going five minutes over his time limit in chapel before their meeting. “I’m going to be beating myself up for it for an hour and half tonight,” he groaned, explaining that he expected most […]
Judging from the buttery trills and colorful solos, one would have guessed the challenges that the Wheaton Jazz Ensembles faced in preparing for their fall concert Oct. 17, 2014 at Barrows Auditorium. The diverse group of both conservatory and non-conservatory students took on the task of learning and mastering several complex musical pieces in only […]
RAs are the backbone of dorm-life at Wheaton, but it’s not an easy job to have. Features interviewed RAs past and present in order to share with you how they got the job, what it entails and the things they’ve learned from it.
On Sept. 25, the launch of WiN 3.0 signaled further developments for the Wheaton in Network program. WiN 2.0 expanded this year to give recent alumni a place in the program to mentor and help students prepare for life after Wheaton. Wheaton in Network hopes to be a tool to increase the bond between alumni […]
In the first tournament of the 2014-15 Mock Trial season, Wheaton beat 21 other teams from colleges and universities across the nation. The four-round invitational tournament called “Thunderdome” was held in Blanchard Hall, the BGC, Jenks Hall and the MSC last weekend. It was the second time a tournament had been hosted at Wheaton College. […]
To some, hazing invokes images of cuts, bruises, bags over heads and humiliation. To most Wheaton students, initiation is simply a means of inclusion; it is good, old-fashioned fun to bring members closer together. With a new emphasis being placed on its hazing policy, however, Wheaton is choosing to crack down on all forms […]