Keep your composure

It’s no secret that Wheaties are talented. This week, The Record sat down with three student composers on Wheaton’s campus who are using their passions and skills to compose music for film scores, talent shows, radio waves and beyond. The three composers talked about how they began their journeys, their accomplishments so far, and what they hope to do with their gifts in the future.

Catholic Society reinstated at Wheaton

After a summer of meetings, revisions and changes in leadership, Wheaton’s Catholic Society was reinstated as an official school-sponsored club this fall. Over the course of several months, president sophomore Prisca Tuyishime fought for the existence of the club that had been so instrumental to her spiritual growth since it first began in 2013.

Ferguson “Hands Up, March On” protest sparks national interest

On Monday morning, an estimated 100-200 students huddled together in front of Edman Chapel holding up handmade signs in order to protest in solidarity with Ferguson. The Hands Up March On protest was originally sparked by Wheaton alumnus Daniel Aguilar ’13, who messaged one of the organizers and informed the student that various colleges around the country would be protesting that same day.