Student work and experiences, special guests on campus, and responding to natural disasters are some of the stories featured from 2012.
Wheaton takes the Scriptures to heart in a new way with the "Lovetown" project.
The cello virtuoso offers a glimpse into his week-long residency at Wheaton.
Wheaton's broad network of alumni and parents offers help for students navigating life's transitions.
The “Week in the Life of Wheaton” project brings this and other aspects of Wheaton life to light.
Wheaton’s Gospel Choir celebrates a legacy that began with eight students and a piano.
Wheaton’s 2012 graduates, both undergraduate and graduate, share parting words of gratitude for faculty and staff members.
Rachel Carlson ’13 and Ian McGregor ’13 describe a semester in the city where “God chose to meet men.”
Professor Leland Ryken answers questions about his tenure at Wheaton, the epic poem that has never disappointed him, and why an English degree matters.
Students travel to points around the world for summer study, work, and service.
Mezzo-soprano, Wendy White Aftab ’75 tells how her Wheaton experience equipped her for a future in the opera.
Scholars from the Wade Center explain why J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit continues to captivate audiences after 75 years.
Read about Wheaton’s Humanitarian Disaster Institute, and how the Wheaton community is responding in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
In the study of ancient languages, Nicole Hess ’12 discovers a passion she almost missed out on.
For George Obiero M.A. ’13, graduate school means preparing to tackle the needs of a nation.
Daniel Fuglestad ’14 steps into the world of international politics through the Wheaton in Germany program.
A lawyer, two teachers, and an engineer reflect on how Wheaton equipped them for life after graduation.