Students split on impeachment

By Micah McIntyre, News Editor 10.25.19 For just the third time in American history, an impeachment inquiry has been launched in the U.S. House of Representatives. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi formally announced the start of the inquiry into President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine on Sept. 24. Like much else about the Trump presidency,Continue reading “Students split on impeachment”

Lawsuit boosts interest in Chicago evangelism

By Melissa Schill, News Reporter 10.25.19 Since four students from the Chicago Evangelism Team (CET) filed suit against the city of Chicago in September, participation in the group’s evangelistic efforts in the city is on the rise. The lawsuit received attention from national news outlets and politicians across the country, creating ample opportunities for studentsContinue reading “Lawsuit boosts interest in Chicago evangelism”

Waking up every day to love

A HNGR dispatch from Senegal By Hannah Sanders 10.25.19 Last spring, I sat in Dr. Milliner’s office to discuss my paper topic for his “Mary, Mother of God” seminar. After sharing mixed emotions regarding my upcoming HNGR internship in Senegal and placement with a Muslim host family, he shared with me deep wisdom from ThomasContinue reading “Waking up every day to love”

Alum cracks top 100 at Chicago Marathon

By Grant Alexander 10.25.19 One of the busiest times of the year for the Windy City aligns with the transition to fall in mid-October — the running of the Chicago Marathon. This year on Oct. 13, one of the largest races in the world featured several Wheaton alumni who were joined downtown by current WheatonContinue reading “Alum cracks top 100 at Chicago Marathon”

Rare books bolster Buswell archives

By Micah McIntyre, News Editor 10.11.19 Buswell Library’s Special Collections, housed in the Billy Graham Center (BGC) recently acquired over 1,300 volumes of rare books from Chicago’s McCormick Theological Seminary, some of which date as far back as 1572. This new influx of books represents the library’s largest single collection of rare books since theContinue reading “Rare books bolster Buswell archives”

Women's soccer eyes conference championship

By Amelia Sniffin 10.11.19 The Wheaton Women’s Soccer team is on a four-game winning streak after beating Carroll University 2-0 on Wednesday night. The team moved up to first place in the CCIW rankings after an Illinois Wesleyan scored on themselves 29th minute of Friday night’s game. The victory ended the Titans’ fourgame winning streakContinue reading “Women's soccer eyes conference championship”

Where’s Waldee? A student’s journey from Wheaton to Vegas and back

By Melissa Schill 10.11.19 Junior Ben Waldee did not start making music in order to become famous. He and his two childhood friends, Jordan Rys and Noah DeVore, began playing together in their hometown of Erie, Pa. during high school. Although they began recording covers of songs by their favorite artists, like Why Don’t We,Continue reading “Where’s Waldee? A student’s journey from Wheaton to Vegas and back”

Homecoming weekend connects students and alumni

By Madeline Seeland 10.04.19 This weekend the Student Alumni Board (SAB) will welcome hundreds of alumni from across the globe back to campus for this year’s homecoming weekend. “It’s our biggest SAB event of the year, and it’s right off the bat,” said junior Donovan Gleeson, a current member of SAB. “We get back fromContinue reading “Homecoming weekend connects students and alumni”

Former OMD director honored with award

By Carolina Lumetta, News Reporter 10.04.19 On Oct. 3, Rodney Sisco (‘84) was posthumously given the Distinguished Service to Alma Mater Award for 34 years of dedicated service to the Wheaton community as a friend, colleague and mentor. The inscription on the plaque commended Sisco for “a gentle, affirming presence” and “for consistency and artistryContinue reading “Former OMD director honored with award”