Wheaton College’s rich history in education and athletics attracted prospective students to the school for over a hundred years. The only problem with so many historic events surrounding the school is that stories often slip through the hands of those who are supposed to pass them on to the next generation.
Josh Garrels and John Mark McMillian were all over my Snapchat and Instagram feed on that Saturday night of Jan. 31. And now that most of the Pres Ball talk is over, Lecrae is all I hear talked about. Of course, I have heard of Lecrae and Josh Garrels — most people have, especially at Wheaton.
Sophomore Hayley Bennett is creating a new ministry focused on providing high school students with the mentorship and resources they need to join the fight against human trafficking.
Wheaton College’s Arena Theater will perform The Spitfire Grill, a musical that depicts the journey of a young woman recently released from prison as she tries to start a new life, for the first time on Thursday.
Coray Alumni Gymnasium burst with students and a handful of faculty, including President Philip Ryken, as they rang in the Year of the Monkey on Saturday, Feb. 13.
At liberal arts colleges across the U.S., many students wishing to pursue a career in engineering or nursing opt to leave their undergraduate institution a year earlier than most students.
Most students, faculty and staff are aware that Wheaton College is implementing general education reform during the next academic year. Most are unaware, however, that this reform includes a number of courses aiming to study issues of race across various disciplines.