CCIW tournament champs and DIII NCAA’s qualification

After a 1-0 victory over Illinois Wesleyan University on Saturday, Nov. 4, the Wheaton Women’s Soccer team won the CCIW Tournament Championship and earned an automatic bid to play in the NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer tournament. Despite being double-covered throughout the game, the game-winning goal was scored early in the first half by freshman […]

Thunder strikes for the final time at McCully this season

Saturday, Nov. 4, marked the last home game for the Wheaton Thunder Football team’s 2017 season. The Thunder toppled the Augustana Vikings 53-10. Wheaton’s offense had a season high of 636 yards of offense with 314 passing yards and 322 rushing yards. Augustana’s offense was held by the Thunder defense to 221 total yards of […]

Wrestling team travels to PA for Messiah Invitational

The Thunder Wrestling team opened their season on Saturday, as they traveled to Pennsylvania to compete at the Messiah Invitational. The team finished seventh out of 10 overall, but several individual performances really stood out. Senior Carlos Fuentez, who began the season ranked eighth in the nation by, won the 125-lb class, beating Philip […]

Conversations in Evangelical Diversity

by Elisabeth Stringer and Victoria Greenwald On Oct. 31, Evangelicals recognized the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, a time when a few Christians looked at their tradition and said, “We are missing the mark.” With love for Christ and the church, they took the hard step of reforming how they expressed their devotion to God. […]

Tuition to increase by 3.5 percent next year

Four weeks ago, Wheaton’s Board of Trustees met for an annual fall meeting to discuss and vote on school policies, including a 3.5 percent tuition increase. The Board of Finance Trustee Committee recommends a tuition increase each year to be voted on and decided by the Trustees. The finance team, led by Dale Kemp, Vice […]

Measure for measure: comments from the cast on the Bard's work

Wheaton’s Arena Theater is starting out their 2017-2018 season by performing “Measure for Measure,” showing through Saturday, Nov. 11. In the world of Shakespeare, few plays are more complex than this one. It is a text that has been debated and examined since its first performance in 1604. Since there is no complete surviving text […]

New communication platform for all things Wheaton

Student Government’s Tech and Finance Committee introduced a new, more universal communication platform to Wheaton club leaders last Thursday, Nov. 2. Slack is a cloud-based domain, accessible online or via a free app. Created for small workplace teams, Slack is used by 50,000 different companies and provides both public and private channels through which users […]