Students walking into Chapel

The Wheaton Record; October 21, 2013


Potential housingNew On-Campus Housing Awaits Approval

Wheaton College is currently waiting for city approval for a new on-campus townhouse development.

Amanda Morris | News Editor

Wheaton College is currently in the design phase of a new townhouse development that would be located on the northwest corner of Wheaton’s campus. While the construction phase of the project has yet to begin, Wheaton hopes to have the project finished by the end of the summer of 2014 if granted approval by the city. More >

Professor Awarded “Highest Honor” from the Society of Professors in Christian Education

Nicole Spewak | Editor in Chief

Because of his “legacy of leadership, teaching, research, writing and mentoring,” the Society of Professors in Christian Education (SPCE) unanimously nominated Scripture Press Chair of Christian formation and ministry James Wilhoit for the Warren S. Benson Distinguished Educators Award. More >

Mock Trial Hosts First-Ever Home Tournament

Anna Morris | Assistant News Editor

The Wheaton College Mock Trial team held its first-ever home tournament at Wheaton College last weekend. The tournament welcomed 21 teams from all over the nation, including teams from Hillsdale College, University of Illinois, DePaul University and others. The tournament resulted in a sixth place award for Wheaton’s “orange team” and several personal awards for mock trial members. More >

Wheaton Faculty find Common Interest in 19th Century, Form Colloquium

The Nineteenth Society will focus on topics of the 19th century.

Amanda Morris | News Editor

On Thursday, Oct. 24, Wheaton College’s Nineteenth Society hosted its first public event, a lecture given by former history professor and McManis Chair of Christian Thought Mark Noll as he spoke on the topic “The Century Has Passed: Christianity Around the World in the Year 1900.” More >

Men's SoccerFight to the Finish

Thunder hold off Titans for senior-night victory.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

It didn’t come easy, but a win was in the cards for the No. 8 Thunder men’s soccer team (13-3-1) on the night that its 13 seniors were honored. After a grueling battle against Illinois Wesleyan University (8-7-2) on Saturday, Oct. 19, that saw five cards handed out to each team, Wheaton was the last team standing. More >

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