Wheaton College has lengthened the duration of classes, extended fall break and adjusted the time for chapel in order to meet federal education requirements.
If there was ever a legend in Wheaton athletics, it was LeRoy Pfund ‘49. Known to many as “Coach” or simply “Lee,” Pfund joined his Savior on Thursday, June 2 at the age of 96.
The first Philistine cemetery ever excavated was uncovered in Southern Israel in 2013 and announced on July 10, 2016 as part of the Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon in Southern Israel.
Whether it’s traveling, interning, being a camp counselor or returning home to spend time with family, every college student looks forward to his or her summer.
Passion drives us. Passionate learners dive head first into their studies. It was passion for learning that drove senior Jonathan Wright to continue his studies in cinema even when he needed to go outside of Wheaton College’s curriculum to do it.
Wheaton College installed a new emergency notification system throughout the entire campus, employing updated modes of communication to better equip the Wheaton community for emergency situations.
Wheaton College v. Burwell, Wheaton’s lawsuit against the federal government claiming that the government is forcing them to use their health insurance plans in a way that violates their consciences and religious freedom, remains on hold following an unusual Supreme Court decision in a similar case.
After flooding devastated southeastern Louisiana last week in a disaster the Red Cross called “the worst to hit the United States since Superstorm Sandy,” communities are beginning a long road to recovery in which churches — both in Louisiana and around the country — serve an important role.
Dennis Hastert ‘64, Wheaton alumnus and former GOP Speaker of the House, began serving his 15 month prison sentence on June 22. The 74-year-old will be held at the Federal Medical Center in Rochester, Minn., one of six federal medical prison centers nationwide.