Women's Soccer Anticipates Strong Season

Coming into the season, the Wheaton Women’s Soccer team aims to improve on last year’s record. After finishing with a 12-8-0 record, the Thunder lost 2-1 to Illinois Wesleyan in the conference championships. The  Titans moved on to the NCAA DIII Women’s Soccer Tournament, marking the first year that the Thunder had not gone to […]

Women's Golf Swings with Change

The Wheaton Women’s Golf team hopes to challenge their competition throughout their season this year, while also adjusting to new changes. Head Coach Allison Paluchniak was hired by the Wheaton Athletic Department in July of this year, according to the CCIW website. Paluchniak graduated from Trinity Christian College in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in […]

Next door and around the world: Alumni share the good news

This article is the second in a three part series that highlights how the Wheaton community shares Christ at home and abroad. It focuses on three recent alumni and the ways they share the gospel in their everyday lives. Conversations in Slovenia: Sarah Goertzen, Class of ‘14         Sarah Goertzen, Class of 2014, lived in […]

C-Store eclipsed by new student hangout space

The C-Store that once occupied a central space in Lower Beamer is currently being remodeled into an area in which students can congregate. Construction began Aug. 5 and is set to be completed Sept. 30. The C-Store sold groceries, candy, medicine and other small items on campus, but its prime location in Lower Beamer convinced […]

Charlottesville protest prompts response from Wheaton professors

Before it became the center of city-wide protests and a national debate about race relations, the statue of confederate general Robert E. Lee at Emancipation Park in Charlottesville, Va. was simply part of the local landscape for history professor Noel Stringham. “My kids used to play in this park,” said Stringham, who moved to Wheaton […]

Staff Perspective: The total eclipse experience

On Aug. 21, 2017, the moon passed between the Earth and the sun, displaying the astronomical phenomenon we call a total solar eclipse. My boyfriend and I drove nine hours from Wheaton College to Grand Island, Neb. on Aug. 20. We met my parents, Tom and Cathy Franke around 7 p.m. My father is a […]