Student leaders see demographic shift as opportunity for growth By Melissa Schill, News Reporter 08.30.19 The Wheaton College class of 2023 is the most ethnically diverse class the school has welcomed since its founding in 1860. Although specific numbers will not be released until Sept. 10, Chief Enrollment Management Officer Silvio Vazquez reported that minorityContinue reading “Wheaton welcomes most diverse freshman class”
By Carolina Lumetta, News Reporter 08.30.19 Over the summer, Wheaton College administration outsourced campus bookstore management to the Follett Corporation, a Chicagoland campus bookstore chain founded over 145 years ago. With 155 stores in the region, Follett also operates stores in 30 member institutions in the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities.
By Micah McIntyre, News Editor 08.30.19 On Wednesday afternoon, students, faculty and staff gathered together in what will become the lobby of Wheaton’s $64 million addition to Armerding. They’d come to dedicate a support beam for the pedestrian bridge across the concert hall’s lobby, signed by hundreds in the Wheaton community.
By Jacob Hosier, Features Editor 08.30.19 The drawing room in Adams Hall was humid and filled with dust, but it did not stop senior urban studies major Ed Vere from talking about his summer internship experience with passion. This summer, Vere worked in the Philippines as a part of “Companion with the Poor,” a ChristianContinue reading “Funding experience: How a new CVC initiative is helping summer interns”
Wheaton teams prep for fall season By Cassidy Thornburg, Sports Editor 08.30.19 McCULLY STADIUM — The Wheaton Football team began training camp with a brutal conditioning test on Aug. 15, 2019. They then went into full training camp mode: practicing, meeting and lifting from early in the morning until late at night. 2018 was aContinue reading “Ready, Set, Go”