Wheaton College v. Burwell, Wheaton’s lawsuit against the federal government claiming that the government is forcing them to use their health insurance plans in a way that violates their consciences and religious freedom, remains on hold following an unusual Supreme Court decision in a similar case.
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Scores of students gathered in Meyer Science Center Monday night to view a showing of the documentary-film “Dirty Wars.” The event was hosted by the…
On March 5, assistant professor of violin Lee Joiner took a nature walk at Wicklow Gap in southern Dublin, leaving his expensive Kuttner violin in the car. When he returned to his car at 2:45 p.m., Joiner saw that someone had broken into his rental car’s passenger window and stolen his violin. His violin was the only Kuttner made in Ireland.
Wheaton College students can now apply for grants of up to $1,000 to cover travel and living expenses for a summer 2015 internship in an international or cross cultural setting.
Art history professor Matthew Milliner, who participated in the '95 revival while he was a student, shares reflections on the current revival events at Wheaton and what campus can learn from the revival 20 years ago.