By Calista Kiper
Documents suggest that in the 1930s, Wheaton stonewalled the admission of a talented Black student because of her race. For students and faculty of color, the effects can still be felt today.
By Haleigh Olthof
For some in the Wheaton community, Anglicanism provides a missing link.
By Noah Cassetto
Featuring Wheaton rappers and singers, the project was inspired by Psalm 107.
A task force plans to deliver their preliminary findings to the board of trustees in May.
By Noah Cassetto and Ruth Kim
In response to concerns, Provost Lee will ask the board of trustees for a 2.5% raise.