The Wheaton Record; August 31, 2012

Below is a representative sample of articles featured in the latest Wheaton Record, the student newspaper of Wheaton College. All articles are written and edited by students. The content does not necessarily reflect the views of Wheaton College.

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Wheaton's lawsuit dismissed in federal court

College gets one-year reprieve on contraception insurance mandate.

Wheaton’s lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services “tilts at windmills” because Wheaton does not face actual imminent harm, according to a federal judge who dismissed the college’s complaint over contraception insurance last Friday. More >

Fresh Market plans in Wheaton make progress

The long-awaited Fresh Market prepares to break ground.

Replacement of the old Hubble Middle School facility with a Mariano’s Fresh Market is expected to begin next week. “We will be closing and starting our asbestos removal by the end of next week,” said Bradford Real Estate CFO Chad Jones in a recent email. Right now, Bradford is awaiting permits from the county in order to close out the deal and begin work. More >

They're ready for some football

The Thunder opens year with first-ever weeknight contest.

Though the calendar has not quite ushered in the fall by turning to September, it has not kept away the beginning of the collegiate football season. The first game on the Division III football schedule was played last night between Wheaton College and Benedictine University at McCully Stadium. More >

Speed and offense will define women's soccer this fall

After making it to the championship game last season, the women's soccer team start out with high hopes for the year.

The Wheaton women’s soccer team of 2011 was a force to be reckoned with, not only in the CCIW, but also on a national level. The team went 23-2-2 overall on the year, won the CCIW regular season and tournament crowns, and made a run all the way to the Division III National Championship game in San Antonio last December. More >

Wheaton's lawsuit dismissed in federal court

College gets one-year reprieve on contraception insurance mandate.

Wheaton’s lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services “tilts at windmills” because Wheaton does not face actual imminent harm, according to a federal judge who dismissed the college’s complaint over contraception insurance last Friday. More >

Fresh Market plans in Wheaton make progress

The long-awaited Fresh Market prepares to break ground.

Replacement of the old Hubble Middle School facility with a Mariano’s Fresh Market is expected to begin next week. “We will be closing and starting our asbestos removal by the end of next week,” said Bradford Real Estate CFO Chad Jones in a recent email. Right now, Bradford is awaiting permits from the county in order to close out the deal and begin work. More >

They're ready for some football

The Thunder opens year with first-ever weeknight contest.

Though the calendar has not quite ushered in the fall by turning to September, it has not kept away the beginning of the collegiate football season. The first game on the Division III football schedule was played last night between Wheaton College and Benedictine University at McCully Stadium. More >

Speed and offense will define women's soccer this fall

After making it to the championship game last season, the women's soccer team start out with high hopes for the year.

The Wheaton women’s soccer team of 2011 was a force to be reckoned with, not only in the CCIW, but also on a national level. The team went 23-2-2 overall on the year, won the CCIW regular season and tournament crowns, and made a run all the way to the Division III National Championship game in San Antonio last December. More >