Thunder football fails to get back on track

After losing to IWU for Homecoming, the Thunder traveled to Decatur, looking to redeem themselves against the Millikin Big Blue. Wheaton put up a valiant effort, eventually falling to the Big Blue 31-35. This brings the Thunder down to a 4-2 season and 2-2 for CCIW standings. The last time that Wheaton had two regular […]

Two strong conference wins for men’s soccer

The Wheaton Men’s Soccer team headed north over the weekend as they traveled to Wisconsin to face Carroll University. Wheaton had been outscored a combined 4-1 over their previous two games against North Park University and Carthage College, but the Thunder put four balls in the back of the net and kept Carroll off the […]

Women’s Golf ties for third at the CCIW Championships

With the cancellation of the third round set to take place on Saturday, Oct. 7, the Wheaton Women’s Golf team finished third in the CCIW Women’s Golf Championship after the first and second rounds on Thursday, Oct. 5 and Friday, Oct. 6. “I am extremely happy with how our team performed,” Head Coach Paluchniak said. […]

Men’s Cross Country takes second place

The Wheaton Thunder Men’s Cross Country team secured a second -place finish on Saturday at the Lucian Rosa Invitational hosted by UW-Parkside at Dannehl National Cross Country Course. The Thunder competed against warm weather, a hill-riddled course and 11 other teams chasing victory. Indiana Wesleyan took first place, edging out Wheaton by scoring 42 points. […]

Women’s Cross Country races for the win

The Wheaton Women’s Cross Country team scored first place at the Lucian Rosa Invitational, hosted by UW-Parkside at Dannehl National Cross Country Course last weekend. The Division III, nationally ranked team pushed past the competition by scoring 32 points. Close on their tail, Marquette finished with 33 points and Illinois Cross Country Club came in […]

Out On The Water: Wheaton Crew

As water sloshed against the long boats and the sun shone on the murky Fox River, the crew team gingerly slipped into their gear. They donned spandex shorts, shouldered their oars and trudged down the ramp onto the dock. The coxswain put on her headset and jumped into the boat, dwarfed by the male rowers […]

Armerding Center for Music and the Arts to open for B Quad

The first thing Conservatory Dean Michael Wilder wants you to know about the new Armerding Center for Music and the Arts is that you are welcome there. “We hope to say to folks right out of the gate, ‘We’re glad you’re here, we thought about you in advance,’” Wilder said on a tour of the […]

An interview with N.T. Wright

How did you end up at Wheaton this week? Dr. Perrin is an old friend and colleague from 17 years ago and he told me that they had assigned my book “Simply Christian” to all the first years to read, and he said “it would be really good if you could come because they are […]

1992 alumni reflect on Homecoming Weekend

Alumni from the class of 2017 all the way back to the class of 1952 returned to campus Sept. 29-30 for Wheaton’s annual Homecoming Weekend. Gathering on campus for their 25th reunion, the class of 1992 shared with the Record stories of fellowship, deep dish pizza outings and 80s karaoke with friends from the weekend. […]

12x12x12x12: Student art boxed-in at Adams

Wheaton’s annual 12x12x12x12 Student Art Exhibition engages the spectrum of studio art under the theme Routine and boasts the most concentrated display of student art on campus. Each art student was assigned a piece that functions within a square or cubical format of 12 inches to develop a “diverse and cohesive display engaging with the […]