Welcoming the warm weather with open-arms, the men and women’s tennis teams traveled to Orlando, Fla. and Delray Beach, Fla. for their spring break trips this year.
Over break, the baseball team followed the warm weather south to Arizona, home of deserts, cacti and MLB spring training. While they were there, they took time out of their busy schedule, as they played seven games in the span of a week, to do community service.
Former Wheaton assistant professor of political science Larycia Hawkins was recently hired as the Abd el-Kader visiting faculty fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia.
On March 15, a Chicago hearing between U.S. District Judge Thomas Durkin and lawyers from both sides in the case of Wheaton alumnus and former Speaker of House Dennis Hastert turned secretive when Durkin requested to meet with the attorneys in his private chambers to avoid reporters who had entered the courtroom.
This upcoming weekend, students can party and drink root beer on the fifth floor of Traber Hall during the annual T5 Root Beer Kegger. For the first time ever, students can take pictures with a leprechaun host who is actually Irish.
While Wheaton students enjoyed a break from classes, President Philip Ryken announced the appointment of Margaret Diddams ‘83 as the first female provost of Wheaton College.
Wheaton students found themselves disappointed on Tuesday, March 15, when they were either turned away from Illinois primary voting locations or forced to wait long periods of time, due to what appeared to be a series of misunderstandings and inconsistencies at DuPage polling places.
“We’d better take the photos quick before the ice cream melts!”