Injured? Try R.I.C.E.

Wheaton athletes can often be found lying around in the north wing of the Chrouser Sports Complex with ankles, knees, shoulders and almost any other injurable body part wrapped in gauze. Sometimes they are doing exercises, or walking to dinner after practice, but you can almost always find some athlete with an ice pack strapped […]

Wading through literature

There are two leather armchairs in Dr. David and Dr. Crystal Downing’s office. They are positioned in front of a window which overlooks the front yard of the Marion E. Wade Center. On an overcast day last week, with the sky spitting raindrops, I sat in one of them next to Crystal while David pulled […]

Wheaton College establishes School of Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy

Wheaton College continues to build upon their significant accomplishments, and now with the addition of the new School of Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy, the college offers new study programs for both undergraduates and graduates. The Dean of the new school, Terri Watson, remarks that, “We are vertically integrated in that faculty teach across programs […]

Wheaton announces new department of applied linguistics and international education

Starting this year, linguistics classes will be housed under the new applied linguistics and international education department. “The new department is essentially a ‘repackaging’ of current graduate and undergraduate linguistics programs,” says Department Chair Dr. Alan Seaman. According to a press release from Dr. Seaman, degrees and certificates offered by the department include a MA […]

Telling the truth about the humanities

When last year’s interim Dean of Humanities, Lynn Cohick, stepped down to pursue the provost position at another institution, Dr. Jeffry C. Davis admitted that he did not immediately consider the possibility of taking her place. Davis revealed he was hesitant at first as just last year he had taken on a new role as chair […]

Beyond the endzone

For the past 19 years, the Wheaton Football team has gone on organized missions trips to various international and domestic locations. The campus postmaster, Jeffrey Peltz, is also the defensive line coach for the Wheaton Football team and the organizing head of Wheaton Football Missions Program (WFMP). However, WFMP was not always a part of what makes […]

Fall sports teams off to strong starts

The Women’s Soccer team was the 15th ranked team in the NCAA preseason poll. They traveled to Maryland this past weekend to compete in the Salisbury University Classic where they earned two back to-back wins. The first, a 2-0 victory in a shortened match due to lightning against St. Thomas (Minn.). Midfielder Bailey Wolf scored […]

New Wheaton College School of Ministry and Leadership

Wheaton College announced the creation of three new schools on Aug. 14,  2018.  An email sent to the student body introduced the schools of Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy, Biblical and Theological Studies and the School of Mission, Ministry and Leadership. Christina Walker, Associate Director of Academic Programs for the Billy Graham Center, explained the […]