Larger class sizes, less frequent upper-division course offerings and changes to requirements will be the primary results of last year’s budget reductions.
Only a half hour by train from campus lies a quaint haven for fans of literature and architecture.
It’s not just a Wheaton cliche: data shows that spring is the most popular time for campus engagements.
War in the Middle East has sparked security concerns for the college’s semester program.
In front of a crowd in Edman Chapel, the three Christian authors read from their new books and reflected on writing about their own lives.