Athlete Spotlight: Drew Engelking

By Maggie Frankie 04.25.19 Senior Drew Engelking is Wheaton’s number one golfer on the men’s team this year. After growing up in Minnesota, Engelking found his way to Wheaton looking for an opportunity to play golf and be a part of a Christian community. “Only my uncle came to Wheaton,” Engelking said, “but I’ve alwaysContinue reading “Athlete Spotlight: Drew Engelking”

Wheaton faculty aim to fill gap in science education

By Melissa Schill 04.25.19 New textbook connects scientific theories with scriptural knowledge Five Wheaton professors have co-authored a groundbreaking textbook that integrates a variety of academic disciplines to connect scientific theories of origin with scripture. The book, “Understanding Scientific Theories of Origin: Cosmology, Geology, and Biology in Christian Perspective,” is the first college-level resource toContinue reading “Wheaton faculty aim to fill gap in science education”

Throwing cancer a curveball

How Team Impact provided the Wheaton Women’s Softball team with their youngest player By Grace Kenyon 04.18.19 Sports are about facing adversity. Athletes persevere through physical challenges, grueling training and personal limitations, always pushing themselves. Confronting the frustrations of competition and learning how to work together is part of the daily routine for an athlete.Continue reading “Throwing cancer a curveball”

Trump names Wheaton alum for diplomatic post

By Micah McIntyre 04.18.19 Morse H. Tan, who received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Wheaton, nominated for State Department post. On April 5, the White House announced that President Trump nominated Wheaton College alumnus Morse H. Tan to be the next ambassador at large for global criminal justice. The role of the Office ofContinue reading “Trump names Wheaton alum for diplomatic post”

Track and Field teams place in top 5 at Wheaton Invite

By Rebekah McGee 04.11.19 Wheaton’s Track and Field Invitational on April 6 featured many impressive performances by Wheaton students. The Wheaton Women’s Track team racked up 113 points and a third place overall out of 13 teams. Similarly, the Wheaton Men’s Track team earned 78.5 points and landed in fourth place out of 10 men’sContinue reading “Track and Field teams place in top 5 at Wheaton Invite”

Nothing is madder than March

By Maggie Franke 04.11.19 Anyone who is semi-interested in basketball knows that March has been “mad” since the mid-1900s. While many people watch March Madness to cheer on their alma mater or the college they currently attend, many others un-connected to a specific school still tune in because, in all honesty, it’s just entertaining. DuringContinue reading “Nothing is madder than March”

Center for Faith and Innovation launched as replacement for OPUS

By Melissa Schill 04.14.19 Wheaton College announced the Center for Faith and Innovation’s (CFI) opening in place of Opus; the Art of Work, in order to provide vocational training and resources to a wider scope of Christians, both at Wheaton and in the workplace with alumni. CFI’s mission, according to the Center’s website, is toContinue reading “Center for Faith and Innovation launched as replacement for OPUS”

BGC to become new headquarters for Global Diaspora Institute

04.14.19 By Micah McIntyre On March 22, Wheaton College announced a partnership between the Billy Graham Center (BGC), the Global Diaspora Network (GDN) and Lausanne North America to form the Global Diaspora Institute, an organization committed to equipping the Global Church to engage with mass migration. According to the World Migration Report, which was releasedContinue reading “BGC to become new headquarters for Global Diaspora Institute”