Seniors Rachel Yang and Isaac Kawate started their fair trade fashion business, AHmong Us, LLC to empower the Hmong women, with whom Yang culturally identifies and with whose culture Kawate has been intrigued since he and Yang met.
Not a single issue of the Wheaton Record remained on the racks outside Bon Appetit on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 26.
After a full season, the Wheaton College Mock Trial team headed to the Regional tournament this weekend to compete with 24 other teams in the vicinity. The first team came back with third place, qualifying for the next round of competition.
Arena Theater opened their spring semester production on Feb. 20 with “Dancing at Lughnasa,” a play by Brian Friel set in 1930’s Ireland.
Last weekend Zoe’s Feet Dance Ministry hosted its annual dance show, Confessions. This year’s show, entitled “Just Be” after Psalm 46:10, included 20 pieces from a wide variety of genres ranging from theatre dance to modern to hip-hop.
This past weekend, the Human Needs and Global Resources (HNGR) program at Wheaton College hosted their annual symposium, a time of sharing and coming together for the students who spent six months interning in developing countries during summer and fall.
Wheaton students, staff and faculty are no strangers to times of difficulty. While publicized events bring to light imperfections on campus, those around us struggle daily through hardships, addictions and hurt. This week, the Record set out to interview student leaders, faculty and staff to seek advice on how the Wheaton community can work together through times of trouble.
Members of the Wheaton football team came under fire this past week due to a skit performed at a team-building event Sunday night. The skit, which included depictions of Ku Klux Klan paraphernalia, caused feelings of alienation amongst Wheaton’s community for its apparent racism and insensitivity towards the black population.
As a result of recent incidents that have occurred here on Wheaton’s campus, the community has come together in an attempt to begin healing its brokenness. Students have packed out buildings in order to hear from administration, confess sins and worship God through prayer and song.