What is the Student Conduct Policy? Questions and answers after a difficult semester

December 7, 2017 Wheaton’s Student Conduct Policy could be one of the most misunderstood topics within the student body. Oftentimes, students around campus refer to “breaking the covenant” as a deterrent for certain behaviors that do not align with the goals of Wheaton’s campus community, but the 65-page Student Handbook rarely receives the same attention.Continue reading “What is the Student Conduct Policy? Questions and answers after a difficult semester”

Amazon lockers installed outside CPO

December 7, 2017 Many students have likely noticed the row of gray boxes that suddenly appeared outside of Lower-Beamer last week with no official explanation. Here’s what Wheaton students interviewed in the Beamer Center thought about them: “We think it’s an Amazon… I forgot the name.” “It’s delivery, so CPO will be gone?” “I didn’tContinue reading “Amazon lockers installed outside CPO”

Graduate school offers non-traditional courses

December 7, 2017 Not all Wheaton graduate school students reside in Wheaton. Not only are there current Wheaton students living in other U.S. states, but members of Wheaton’s graduate school programs reside in countries including Cambodia, Turkey, Korea, Jordan, China, Vietnam and Myanmar, as well as others. These students are part of a growing trendContinue reading “Graduate school offers non-traditional courses”

Wheaton on the Ice: Q&A with freshman Anastasia Lyon

December 7, 2017 When did you first get involved with the sport of hockey? I’ve played hockey since i was six years old. I started skating when I was two or three and then the first time I played hockey I fell in love with it. When did you start playing for a higher level?Continue reading “Wheaton on the Ice: Q&A with freshman Anastasia Lyon”

Wheaton Men in the Pool

December 7, 2017 The Wheaton Men’s Swimming team also had the Wheaton Invitational on Friday, Dec. 1 at 9:30 a.m. They placed third with 682 team points. UW-Stevens Point placed first (1141.5), followed by Washington (Mo.) University (890). Hope College placed fourth with 317 points and Augustana finished in fifth (293). In the first dayContinue reading “Wheaton Men in the Pool”

Wheaton Women in the Pool

December 7, 2017 This past weekend was a busy one for the Wheaton Women’s Swim team. Starting Friday, Dec. 1, at 9:30 a.m., the women dove in against Washington (Mo.) University, Hope College, UW-Stevens Point, UW-Whitewater and Augustana College. The Thunder took home second place with 839.5 team points. WashU claimed first with 978 points.Continue reading “Wheaton Women in the Pool”

Wheaton Men on the Court

December 7, 2017 After beating Millikin on Saturday, Dec. 2, Wheaton lost a nail-biter to IWU yesterday night. Against Millikin, the Thunder boomed onto the court early and pulled ahead 13-3 before the first five minutes of the game had passed. Junior Aston Francis said, “I thought we executed our offense really well against Millikin.Continue reading “Wheaton Men on the Court”

Wheaton Women on the Court

December 7, 2017 On Saturday, Dec. 2, the Wheaton Women’s Basketball team beat Millikin University, but yesterday night the Thunder fell to Illinois Wesleyan’s team in a tough away game. This weekend, the Thunder opened up CCIW play with a 63-46 victory over Millikin lead by senior Maggie Dansdill and sophomore Hannah Frazier, who bothContinue reading “Wheaton Women on the Court”