ePartnerships is our regular newsletter for parents. As a parent, you'll automatically receive an email letting you know when the most recent issue is published, and you can also read ePartnerships online anytime. The Record is our student newspaper -- news and commentary in our students' voice! Read this week's headlines on-line. Tune in to student chapel. Student chapel services are live-streamed every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:30am CST. Watch Athletics events. Athletics events are live-streamed at this link. Wheaton is on iTunes University. In addition to WETN, Wheaton College is proud to present select lectures, chapel services, and other events via iTunes University. Files are either audio or video depending on the available recording method. All files on Wheaton's iTunesU page are free to download and use, but may not be redistributed without consent of the College. Wheaton Magazine tells the stories of our alumni around the world. Past issues can be browsed online. Wheaton History. Are you curious to learn more about the stories behind Blanchard Hall, our founding president Jonathan Blanchard, or the Billy Graham Center? You might enjoy a timeline of Wheaton's history. Calendar of Events. Wondering about the dates for spring break or when Homecoming is this year? These and other schedules can be found on the Calendar of Events. Looking for some good books? Here are three excellent resources for students and parents, recommended by Wheaton's Dean for Student Engagement, Dr. Steve Ivester: Liberal Arts for the Christian Life is a compilation of essays contributed by Wheaton faculty across a wide range of disciplines. This is a great book for parents who want to learn more about the theological basis of a Christian liberal arts education and its capacity to shape the habits and virtues of a student's life. Thriving at College (Alex Chediak). Written by an insider to higher education and a parent of a college student, this book provides students sound advice about issues like treating college as if it were high school, living out of balance, living for grades, wasting opportunities, and embracing faith. In the Name of Jesus (Henri Nouwen). In a stage of life when students are grounding their identity, this book sets a strong vision for submitting to the work of Christ through us, claiming our irrelevance, and avoiding the temptation to be popular.