The Wheaton Record; September 27, 2013


coffeehouseBeamer Coffeehouse Replaces Original Stupe Show

The Beamer Coffeehouses will bring a new spin to the original Stupe Show concept.

Amanda Morris | News Editor

On Thursday, Sept. 26, College Union hosted Wheaton’s first Beamer Coffeehouse of the school year.While the term “Beamer Coffeehouse” may sound new to some students, the idea has stemmed from the original “Stupe Show,” where students could showcase their musical talents by performing music by themselves or with a band for an evening in the Stupe. More >

Kaplan lectureKaplan Visits Wheaton College

Kaplan discussed new book, foreign policy and geography’s role in shaping it.

Anna Morris | Assistant News Editor

American journalist and political analyst Robert Kaplan visited Wheaton College on Tuesday, Sept. 24, to discuss his new book, “The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate,” and to speak with students in a roundtable discussion regarding current foreign affairs issues. More >

Cornel WestDr. Cornel West is Coming to Wheaton’s Campus

In February of 2014, Dr. Cornel West will be visiting Wheaton as a guest speaker.

Kelsey McDonald | Staff Writer

This February, in an event sponsored by the philosophy department and the Center for Applied Christian Ethics (CACE), Dr. Cornel West will be coming to speak at Wheaton. More >

Cross countryJust Warming Up

Both Cross Country teams take third in Gil Dodds Invitational.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

It was the seniors leading the way for the Wheaton cross country teams on Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Wheaton-Gil Dodds Invitational at St. James Farm in Warrenville. Senior Captains Emma Gilbertson and James Waterman posted the top times for the women’s and men’s squads, respectively, as Wheaton took third place on both sides. More >

Women's SoccerBattle Tested

Thunder come out of their toughest week of the season unscathed.

Calvin Wetzel | Sports Editor

Any doubt of whether the Thunder women’s soccer team had earned the national No. 1 ranking was eliminated this past week with two wins over tough opponents. After going 6-0 against unranked opponents to open the season, the Thunder defeated No. 3 Washington University (Mo.) and No. 14 Loras College (Iowa) by scores of 1-0 and 4-1, respectively. More >

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