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Wheaton in Germany at Berlin City Mission

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I was joyful to be in the right place at the right time and grateful I worked at a center that allowed me such experiences.

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From China to Wheaton: TESOL and Intercultural Studies

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I love Wheaton not only because it offers one of the best TESOL programs in the nation, but I also love the fact that we get to celebrate cultural diversity.

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Art, Business, 12x12

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This unique environment fosters openness and a level of discussion not typically found in other courses at Wheaton.

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Wheaton Soccer: More Than A Sport

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“I have not experienced God’s love as much as I have these past three years at Wheaton College,” Marshall shares.

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Arena Theatre's Caucasian Chalk Circle

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I am forced to be patient, generous, and even merciful with these characters as I simultaneously use them to tell a story while also authentically advocating for them in their own risky worlds.

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College Union: Live, Laugh, Let Loose!

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Hopefully, event by event, our campus will be encouraged to play, goof around, and ultimately, take ourselves less seriously.

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My Pre-Med Liberal Arts Experience

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I have been particularly thankful for the way Wheaton’s liberal arts program has enhanced my pre-med studies, shaping me into a better scholar in my pursuit of medical school.

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My Wheatonisms

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If you want to find a place where people search for God wholeheartedly, love each other in community, and seek for knowledge deeply, come to Wheaton.

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