“We know this is not the email you had hoped to receive right before Good Friday,” an email from Housing Services and Residence Life read, sent out last Thursday, March 24. This email informed 106 of the 227 Wheaton students — nearly half — who applied that their request for off-campus housing had been denied.
Students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the nearby community on April 9 by volunteering at various locations during Community Work Day, a bi-annual event hosted by the Office of Christian Outreach.
Since October of last year, the Wheaton Bookstore and C-Store have offered students the opportunity to purchase mace spray, a defensive tear gas that causes severe irritation of an attacker’s eyes.
After rigorous training and dedication, the Wheaton Mock Trial team qualified for the National Championship Tournament at the Opening Round Championships on March 13.
Almost 1400 people gathered in Edman Chapel last Wednesday evening to hear the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) perform.
Wheaton College professor of physics emeritus Joseph Spradley, the longest-teaching professor in Wheaton College history who surprised many with his impressive physical activities as he entered his eighties, died on Tuesday, March 30. He was 83. His sister, Mary Morken, released news of his passing on her Facebook page.
An unknown individual removed the Forum Wall from its position at the southeast entrance of Beamer Center on Tuesday morning.
From the outside, The Space seems like an ordinary suburban home: white porch, gray siding and a burgundy front door. But that front door is protected by a complex “August lock,” which opens only to an app uploaded on members’ smartphones.
For many, it’s a foregone conclusion that Kansas will win this game. I see the Terrapins keeping it closer than expected, though. 6’11” freshman Diamond Stone will be a lot for the Jayhawks to handle down low and Melo Tremble is returning to 2015 form. It’s not enough as Wayne Seldon, Jr. continues his hot streak to lift Kansas to victory. 72-68
The Brussels terrorist attacks on Tuesday will once again push the war on terror to the top of the presidential campaign agenda and may help candidates such as Donald Trump as they espouse strong anti-immigrant rhetoric.