The Woman at the Well finds a home in Barrow’s lobby

The image of Jesus and the woman at the well greets BITH students, faculty and staff alike as they enter Barrows Lobby at the BGC. The mosaic is the result of two semesters of work by Wheaton College students enrolled in Mosaics, a class taught by Associate Lecturer of Art Leah Samuelson, a muralist and […]

Wheaton mourns the loss of Ethan Roser

Members of the Wheaton community gathered together in Pierce chapel on both Saturday and Sunday to mourn the loss of freshman transfer Ethan Roser after the tragedy at Saturday’s track and field meet. Hundreds filled the chapel for a time of corporate grieving and prayer. Roser, a recent transfer student to Wheaton and member of […]

Tribute to a teammate

WC Men’s Soccer Team: “One thing I will always remember about Ethan is that throughout high school we had a club rivalry because he played for Ohio Cup Crew and I played for Chicago Fire. All the time we would talk about our memories from those games and just where some of our teammates went […]

Remembering Ethan

Ethan Roser, a freshman transfer student and member of the soccer team, will be dearly missed by the Wheaton community and all who knew him. Around 4:15 p.m. last Saturday, Ethan was accidentally struck by a hammer at the track and field meet. Although Ethan had just transferred to Wheaton in January, he quickly became […]

The Record in review

Curse Broken by Philip Kline “This is going to be a tough play! Bryant! THE CUBS WIN THE WORLD SERIES!” cheered announcer Joe Buck. Nov. 2, 2016 marked the day of rain following a 108-year drought for Chicago’s beloved MLB team, who finally reclaimed the title of World Series Champions. For Wheaton students, it was […]

Quotes: the 2016-17 school year in review

The 2016-17 school year has seen its share of both change and tradition. A new academic curriculum was introduced, chapel format was overhauled, and yet many enduring aspects of life on campus have remained the same. Below, campus leaders reflect on 2016-17 in the life of the college.   Margaret Diddams, Provost: How would you […]

Meet Bishop Zac

Bishop Zac Niringiye offers a perspective from being both within and outside of the Wheaton College community. He is a Ugandan author and activist, a former Bishop turned justice worker. Yet when trying to uncover the key to having a successful “ministry,” he lovingly chastised me for using that word. In fact, he wants to […]