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Confronting Identity Through Traditional Dance

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Fellow students encouraged me to be confident and cheered me on as I spent hours in the dance studio; faculty and staff were affirming and comforting, reminding me that what I believe and who I am should be embraced.

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The Fellowship of the Rope

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Here at Wheaton College I am learning alongside peers, faculty, and staff how to be an intellectual mountaineer.

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Opera Music Theater at Wheaton

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“I love the people in the conservatory,” she says. “Because there are so few of us and we’re constantly in the same building, we get to know each other really well. It becomes a really close-knit community.”

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Opus: The Art of Work Launch Week

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Steve Garber, Dr. Kristen Page, Phil Vischer, and Mark Woodworth each spoke brilliantly on how art and science are never separate within their respective professions, but are integral parts of their work.

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My Passion: For Christ and Kingdom

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In my evangelism and leadership master’s program, I am receiving from faculty and the community the skills and grace necessary to sharpen my ability to inspire hearts, inform heads, and empower hands of emerging leaders.

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Dance as Worship: Zoe's Feet

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When I step onto a dance floor, especially when I’m there by myself just worshiping God, there’s this peace that comes over me.

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Weekly All-Campus Prayer

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God is stirring a passion for prayer on this campus. This, I have been told, is customary before God brings revival to Wheaton.

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Nerding Out Over Flow-Mediated Dilation and Meta-analysis

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Upon coming to Wheaton, scientific research was not my idea of an exciting extracurricular. For me, science was a means to an end. I needed certain classes for graduate school. But I wasn’t that into the science itself.

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Kodon: Wheaton's Literary and Arts Journal

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Reading the work of students on campus forces me to square up with other creatives in a way I otherwise wouldn’t, causing me to constantly reevaluate the necessity of my work at Kodon, and my work as a writer in general.

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The Life of an RA

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Kathryn, a junior, chose to forego the privileges that come with upperclassman housing for the sake of embracing the unique joys and challenges of being a Resident Assistant on a floor of freshman and sophomore women.

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My Koinonia Family

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Due to the kindness that Koinonia cabinet showed me, I could no longer stubbornly hold on to the negative image I had of Koinonia.

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