The Wheaton Record; January 17, 2014


studentsHaskins Foundation Commits Over $3.5 Million to Wheaton, College Will Expand Special Education Training

Amanda Morris | News Editor

The Haskins Foundation Board of Directors has recently made a commitment to grant over $3.5 million to Wheaton College. According to provost Stanton Jones, the money will be used toward expanding the special education options in Wheaton’s education department, creating scholarships for students pursuing special education credentials, research opportunities for students pursuing this track and other support funds that will be used toward the new program. More >

Community School of the Arts awarded over $200,000 in grants

Nicole Spewak | Editor in Chief

After years of accruing just enough grant money to keep Community Outreach for Developing Artists (CODA) running, the Community School of the Arts (CSA) was awarded a $200,000 grant from the JCS Fund of the DuPage Community Foundation to further CODA programming. More >

scholarshipWheaton Offers New Scholarships

Two new merit-based scholarships expected to allow 40 percent of incoming freshmen to receive awards, up from 25 percent.

Nicole Spewak | Editor in Chief

Wheaton has established three new scholarship opportunities first available to freshmen arriving on campus in fall 2014. More >

wrestlingWheaton Wrestling Gets National Acclaim

Judah Newby | Assistant Sports Editor

When thinking about Thunder athletic programs that garner national attention, chances are wrestling is not the first thing that comes to mind. In more recent history it may well have been near the bottom of that list.

Not anymore. More >

basketballThunder Start 3-1 in CCIW

Sam Smith | Staff Writer

The Wheaton Men’s basketball team kicked off the CCIW season with four games over the course of two weeks. More >

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