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RJ Stirling

RJ Stirling

Graduation year: 2014

Hometown: Omaha, NE

Major: Philosophy and Theology

Position on SG:  Jr. Class VP

Involvement at Wheaton:  Student Government, BreakAway Cabinet, DSG Leader, Intramurals

Why SG? SG provides students with a blank page that they can fill up with the colorful visons and hopes of a divese, engaged student body.

About me:  I grew up in the Omaha metro area with two parents, four younger sisters, and a whole slew of foster siblings.

Aspirations after Wheaton: Vagabonding and Writing.

Why Wheaton? I wanted to have my whole Christian paradigm blown apart by people who after the fact could help me put it back together again.

What would you like to achieve by being a part of Student Government this year? I would like to provide opportunities for the student body, specifically the Junior class, to aspire to new heights of unity and preparedness for life after Wheaton.   Describe

Wheaton in three words:  Blanchard, books, paradigm-shifting

Favorite Wheatonism: Community.

Most memorable experience at Wheaton:  Soaking up the life stories of death row inmates at Angola Prison in Lousiana as part of a BreakAway trip.

What makes Wheaton unique? Wheaton takes the Christian faith seriously, and therefore can challenge students' faith in a way most institutions of higher learning cannot.

Favorite CU or campus event: Roller Disco, Stupe shows

How has the Wheaton Community impacted you? It has provided me with some incredible, life-long friends.


Graduation year: 2014

Hometown: Omaha, NE

Major: Philosophy and Theology

Position on SG:  Jr. Class VP

Involvement at Wheaton:  Student Government, BreakAway Cabinet, DSG Leader, Intramurals

Why SG? SG provides students with a blank page that they can fill up with the colorful visons and hopes of a divese, engaged student body.

About me:  I grew up in the Omaha metro area with two parents, four younger sisters, and a whole slew of foster siblings.

Aspirations after Wheaton: Vagabonding and Writing.

Why Wheaton? I wanted to have my whole Christian paradigm blown apart by people who after the fact could help me put it back together again.

What would you like to achieve by being a part of Student Government this year? I would like to provide opportunities for the student body, specifically the Junior class, to aspire to new heights of unity and preparedness for life after Wheaton.   Describe

Wheaton in three words:  Blanchard, books, paradigm-shifting

Favorite Wheatonism: Community.

Most memorable experience at Wheaton:  Soaking up the life stories of death row inmates at Angola Prison in Lousiana as part of a BreakAway trip.

What makes Wheaton unique? Wheaton takes the Christian faith seriously, and therefore can challenge students' faith in a way most institutions of higher learning cannot.

Favorite CU or campus event: Roller Disco, Stupe shows

How has the Wheaton Community impacted you? It has provided me with some incredible, life-long friends.