Alumni entrepreneurs, 500 submissions for Wheaton's photo contest, and how one class can change the entire course of your Wheaton experience make up some of the stories from 2014.
Before taking the stage for graduation the seniors shared memories and words of thanks to the people who made their Wheaton experience possible.
Blackberry Market owners Bob and Anna Davidson ’97 explain the inspiration behind their business and how Wheaton prepared them to invest the in their community.
The Iron Sharpens Iron program gives Wheaton students a new look at God’s work in the world through politics, business, and economics.
The Marriage and Family Therapy program brings together graduate students who have a passion for serving the community using their education.
Incoming students were greeted with a schedule full of activities and an enthusiastic Orientation Committee ready to help them immerse into Wheaton life.
Biology major Paola Medrano '16 explains how one class changed the course of her Wheaton experience.
The second annual “Wheaton Experience” photo contest received more than 500 photo submissions and close to 85 participants this year!
Robby Sawyer ’14 on how the liberal arts influenced his print making and why he loved being an art major at Wheaton.
Only a 40 minute train ride from campus, Wheaton in Chicago offers a unique opportunity for students to explore, learn, and grow in the city.
YoungMin You '16 shares how God brought him from South Korea to Wheaton and what he loves about studying at the Conservatory of Music.