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.
Lecrae, two-time Grammy award winning artist, is bringing his “Higher Learning Tour” to Wheaton College on Friday, Feb. 19. The talented chart-topping hip-hop artist, who recently released his latest album, “Church Clothes 3,” uses his platform as a way to speak truth in a world where truth can be hard to come across. According to Billboard, “For the typical music fan, his hard demeanor and crunk beats might belie what his lyrics are really about: his adoration for Jesus Christ.” This unashamed artist influences people worldwide and Wheaton College is excited to welcome Lecrae to campus. As you anxiously wait for his arrival, check out the exclusive interview The Wheaton Record had with Lecrae about who he is as an artist
President Philip Ryken informed students via email last Saturday that associate professor of political science Larycia Hawkins will “part ways” with Wheaton College.
Diving is not a sport that is meant to be effortless, painless or uncomplicated. When divers step onto a board, they must be composed and focused for their next descent to the water.
For those outside the world of academia, tenure means little more than glorified job security. Those within the system, however, argue it means so much more than that. Tenure is defined as a “status granted to an employee … indicating that the position or employment is permanent.”
Last week, office coordinator Sharon Crouch’s office was the center of activity in the communication department. People piled flowers on her desk and gave her hand-written cards. Colleagues and students stopped by to remind her to keep in touch or wish her luck in her next stage of life. After 31 years of faithfully serving at Wheaton College, Sharon Crouch was retiring.