The first ever Café on the Park will be coming to the Wheaton Public library this summer through the joint venture of I Have a Bean Coffee and Jo & Doh Donuts. After eight years of having a vacant cafe space in the Wheaton Public Library, the library’s board of trustees decided last fall it was time for a change.
Wheaton students are lucky to have the culturally-rich city of Chicago at just a train ride away. However, students will now have to add several dollars to their usual Metra fare. A one-way ticket to Ogilvie Station is now $6 on weekdays, with a surcharge of up to $5 on the train if a ticket agent is available at the boarding station.
It’s that time of year again: time for the stars to grace the red carpet and receive their accolades for their cinematographic endeavors. No, this isn’t the Academy Awards — it’s Wheaton College’s Class Films, a “film festival” showcasing the work of some of Wheaton’s most creative minds.
The senior class of 2015 will participate in the annual commencement ceremony on May 10, 2015. Bob Fu, a Chinese-American, Christian pastor, will deliver the commencement address.