Friday, 9:51 am: Professor Rose Wang's Chinese class partakes in quite the tea time spread, courtesy of Professor Wang. Pictured are (clockwise from left) Jacob Carter '14, Laura Baltzer '14, Elaine Rau '13, Sophia Har '13, Professor Wang, Justine Nham '14, Meredith Hecker '14, Dallas Burris '14, and visiting prospective student Joseph Hecker.
Friday, 10:40 am: At Chapel, both a student worship band and a choral ensemble present the Sesquicentennial hymn that has recently been composed in honor of Wheaton's 150th anniversary.
Friday, 11:57 am: Graduate students in Intercultural Studies deliver presentations on their comprehensive exam case study solutions for their peers and for professors Dr. Alan Seaman and Dr. Robert Gallagher.
Friday, 2:11 pm: Staff member Craig Miller '09 and Zach Stoner '12 fix a bike in the HoneyRock office located in Schell Hall.
Friday, 2:51pm: Tim Lau '11 prepares music playlists in the WETN studio.
Friday, 3:41 pm: Xin Yan Phelps '13 and Isaac Smoak '14 transport items from the stacks of the Wheaton College Archives and Special Collections.
Friday, 4:20 pm: The women of Fischer Hall 3W get together for Friday afternoon tea hosted in the room of RA Meghan Ward '12.
Friday, 4:52 pm: Biblical and Theological Studies professor Timothy Larsen (left) visits the gallery reception for Krista Fogt '11 (center) and three other senior art majors, in Adams Hall.
Friday, 5:00 pm: Sarah Meyer '11 discusses the oil paintings in her senior exhibit titled, "Painting the Invisible."
Friday, 5:17 pm: Kai Mazurczyk '11 stands in the midst of paper cutouts that are based on cell structures in her exhibit, "Macrographs."
Friday, 7:09 pm: President Ryken's "security detail," armed with umbrellas, accompanies the Ryken family to the red carpet ceremony for the annual Class Films event held in Edman Chapel.
Friday, 8:47pm: In the midst of adoring fans, Tor, Wheaton's mascot, makes a debut walk down the red carpet at the Class Film festival.
Friday, 10:42 pm: Excitement builds as the Class Films ceremony progresses to the awards presentations, this one for "Best Screenplay."
Friday, 10:45 pm: With the assistance of Wheaton's mascot, Tor, President Ryken opens the envelope and announces the recipient of the "Best Film" award at the Class Films event. Go to Saturday >