Shake Off the Stress
The Sophomore and Junior Class Councils host a Christmas dance.
Get ready for a not-so-silent night. That’s the slogan for the Red and Green Dance party on Wheaton’s campus tomorrow evening, Dec. 8, through the collaboration of the junior and sophomore class councils. Red and Green is intended to provide the campus with a chance to relieve some stress before the final weeks of the semester. More >
Third Annual Advent Market Opens Today
Local non-profits and ministries to sell Christmas gifts at Advent Market.
Justice Coalition is hosting the third annual Advent Market this afternoon, Dec. 7. Organized by student members of Justice Coalition, Wheaton’s Advent Market hosts a variety of vendors, including many local non-profits and ministries. The market affords students the opportunity to accomplish some early Christmas shopping within the setting of the campus. More >
'Miss Representation': Women's Portrayal in Mainstream Media
Documentary explores the misrepresentation of women in society.
“You can’t be what you can’t see” is the motto of a documentary entitled “Miss Representation,” a film that examines the way in which mainstream media contributes to the under-representation of women in a variety of spheres. On Monday, Dec. 3, the department of sociology and anthropology and the gender studies program hosted a screening of the film, which was written, directed and produced by actress Jennifer Siebel Newsom. More >
All Good Things Must Come to an End
Amazing run to Final Four ends with 2-1 loss to Emory.
The Wheaton women’s soccer team left Blossom Stadium in San Antonio disappointed but grateful last Friday night, Nov. 30. Though the team dropped a tough 2-1 contest to Emory University (Ga.) in the NCAA Division III National Soccer Tournament semifinals, it took a resilient and incredible effort to even reach that point. More >
Panting and Puking: Cross Country's Annual Week of Pain
What do Dunkin’ Donuts and Root Beer have to do with running? Members of the Wheaton cross country team know the answer, though they are feeling the effects from this year’s J. Goertz Memorial Week of Pain, a Wheaton cross country annual tradition that dates back to the 1990s. More >