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The Wheaton Record; October 11, 2013

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Faculty Push for Maternity Policy Reform

Pregnant professors advocate for a change in Wheaton College’s maternity policy.

Allie Willig | Guest Writer

“Pregnancy is not an illness,” wrote urban studies, politics and international relations professor Noah Toly in a September email letter to president Philip Ryken, members of the faculty council including vice-chair of the faculty Jay Wood and secretary of the faculty Brian Howell, and members of the faculty personnel committee, including chair Robert O’Connor and professor of psychology Cynthia Kimball. More >

Arthur E. Smith Mineral Collection Dedicated

Amanda Morris | News Editor

On Saturday, Oct. 5, the geology and environmental studies department hosted a dedication ceremony for the Arthur E. Smith mineral collection. More >

WHYNOTWHEATON

Group project provides outlet for voicing disappointment.

Anna Morris | Asisstant News Editor

For their organizational psychology class, nine students decided to research disappointment at Wheaton. More >

Spreading the Wealth

Four Thunder score first goals of 2013 as Wheaton earns two shutouts.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

The stat sheet for the Wheaton men’s soccer team is growing every game. After a 3-0 win over North Central College (5-4-3) and a 6-0 stomping of Aurora University (7-5-1), 12 Thunder have scored in the 2013 season. More >

Homecoming Kings

Thunder defeat Augie 24-15.

Judah Newby | Assisant Sports Editor

Wheaton - It was neither the prettiest weather nor fourth quarter for the Wheaton Thunder football team last Saturday, but not even a thunderstorm that delayed play for well over an hour could keep the team from a 24-15 conference-opening victory over rival Augustana. More >

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