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The Wheaton College community has come together to share stories and experiences that tell their part in the Wheaton story through multiple means.

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Here, we feature a few of these stories from the #MyWheaton blog, written by current students; Wheaton Experts, faculty members distinguished in their field; People of Wheaton College Graduate School, graduate students; and #WheatonPeopleWednesday, a weekly feature from Wheaton College's Instagram account.

The #MyWheaton hashtag can be used by anyone to tag their thoughts, pictures, or videos to add to the Wheaton story.

Wheaton College student

#MyWheaton Blog

#MyWheaton Blog

"Majors at a liberal arts school are really interesting. You're hyper-involved in all of these different areas so you might come in with one idea of what you want to do but then through these general education classes that you take, you realize you have a passion, or ability, or a talent for something else." More >

Wheaton College professor, Tim Larsen

Wheaton Experts

#WheatonExperts

Dr. Tim Larsen's areas of expertise include evangelical thought, practice and history; atheists, secularization, and issues of faith and doubt; Christianity and modern thought; the history of Christianity; and Christianity in the modern world. More >

Wheaton College student

Wheaton People Wednesday

#WheatonPeopleWednesday

"Being a transfer has been an incredible and very humbling experience. It's been cool how God has revealed his character to me through various people in very specific moments. It's been really good. I have no complaints. Go transfers!" More >

Wheaton College student

Graduate Students

People of the Graduate School

"The faculty all across the board…they all bring a very unique, relational piece to this whole program and they accept us as we are and they accept as where we are in our trajectory in life." More >

Wheaton College student

Wheaton People Wednesday

#WheatonPeopleWednesday

"One of the biggest things I've learned this year is that even when I think I've learned a lesson from God, he's continually teaching me things that build upon or revisit that specific lesson. It's a challenging but really cool process." More >

#MyWheaton Blog

#MyWheaton Blog

"Being a 1-2-1 leader has taught me about the importance of taking time to listen to other people's stories, pushing me to throw my preconceptions out the window. Everyone—no matter the race or culture—has a story that’s worth listening to. That is why we should approach our interactions with patience and grace." More >

Wheaton College professor, Amy Black

Wheaton Experts

#WheatonExperts

Dr. Amy Black's research and teaching interests include American politics and political behavior. Her work challenges simplistic narratives about evangelicals in the public square. More >

Wheaton College student

Graduate Students

People of the Graduate School

"The people that we reach have gone through much suffering, but they are very receptive to the Gospel. They are waiting for somebody who can come and share with them." More >

Wheaton College student

Wheaton People Wednesday

#WheatonPeopleWednesday

"I live on #Evans1. It's a small floor, which I like. It's a bit quieter, there's less people in the bathroom, and I love the guys I live with. It's been fun getting to know them more this year." More >

Wheaton College student

#MyWheaton Blog

#MyWheaton Blog

"I feel like God created dance so we could worship him, because it’s giving our entire selves to him, which is a beautiful thing," he says. "And that's what dance allows me to do." More >

Wheaton College student

Wheaton People Wednesday

#WheatonPeopleWednesday

"I went through this phase when I made something new on Photoshop every day and one day I made this. I posted it on Instagram and someone said, 'You should make that a shirt!' So I did! And now I've sold about 75 of them. The city has really shaped me into who I am and how I see the world." More >

Wheaton College student

Graduate Students

People of the Graduate School

"If a person is willing to go to HoneyRock, I think that there is no limit on how God can use them and the different things he can teach them. I know that it happened to me in my own life, and I don't even recognize who I was a year and a half ago because of the different ways that I can see how God has transformed me and changed my heart." More >


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