Outstanding faculty and alumni stories as well as a glimpse into student life make up some of the stories from 2013.
Take a look behind the scenes at the weeklong residency of Grammy-nominated violinist Caroline Goulding.
A single conversation brought him to Wheaton. Life-changing opportunities are keeping him here.
Professor Shawn Okpebholo shares his journey from being a kid in the Salvation Army Band to composing music that is now played around the world.
See Wheaton’s art collection on the fifth floor of the Billy Graham Center, depicting the story of Christ.
What happens when students are away for too long? See why all of campus is eagerly awaiting your return!
A contemplative look at the Way of Suffering as interpreted by art professor Gregory Schreck in his new photography exhibit, Via Dolorosa.
Rebecca Sandberg ’99 started Re:new, a business that provides training, employment, friendship, and a future for refugee women.
Kaitlin Murphy's senior art exhibit explores the people and places that made up her Wheaton experience.
Drew Reiter explains why summer research at Wheaton is an experience "you might not get anywhere else."
Corbin Renken ’16 shares his experience in the Black Hills of South Dakota studying Native American culture and theology.
Demo Duck Founder Andrew Follett '06 shares how Wheaton prepared him to start his own business.
We asked students to show us their perspective of what life at Wheaton is really like. We gave them 2-3 minutes to cover topics on campus such as spiritual life, the liberal arts, and diversity.