Looking Back on the Year
Highlights from this year's campus news.
Healthcare lawsuit Wheaton College first filed a lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services on July 18, 2012, in reaction to a mandate requiring most companies of over 50 employees to cover certain contraceptives in employee health insurance plans. The lawsuit, focused on drugs such as Plan B and Ella, which Wheaton called “abortion-causing” drugs, was dismissed on Aug. 24, 2012. Wheaton appealed the federal judge's dismissal of the suit on Aug. 29, 2012. More >
Perspectives From the President
Looking back at the year through President Ryken's eyes.
The Record was able to speak with Wheaton College President Philip Ryken about his experiences during the 2012-2013 academic year. Ryken shared about the progress of the strategic priorities, memorable moments from the year and his service day, spent working in the admissions office. More >
Wheaton Professor Receives Visiting Fellowship at Duke Divinity School
After being approached by Duke University in late February, Roger Lundin, the Arthur F. Holmes Professor of Faith and Learning at Wheaton College, has been appointed by the Duke Initiatives in Theology and the Arts as its first Visiting Scholar in Residence. More >
Seniors Share Their Plans
Eight seniors tell about their experiences at Wheaton and their next steps post graduation.
After Graduation: This summer, I'll be working at HoneyRock camp in the kitchens. After that, I'm looking into AmeriCorps programs and various internships at non-profits. I'm open to God's promptings and know that he'll put me where he wants me.
Wheaton Experience: I really had no idea of church history, Bible content, theology or practical implications (before Wheaton). More >
Men's Golf Team Makes Wheaton History
Thunder nationally ranked for first time ever.
When senior golfers Ryan Augustine, Ben Meyer, Jonny Tink and Ben Souders came in as freshmen in 2009, the Wheaton golf program had some success. The team finished fourth in the CCIW that year and placed in the top three in five different tournaments. But in their four years on the golf team, these seniors have led the Wheaton men's golf program to new heights. More >