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Sam’s Café: Working at the Wheaton Hub

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It’s a really good hub, not only for people who come to Sam’s, but for the employees to be able to get to know each other and hang out.

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Wheaton College's 3-2 Dual Degree Engineering Program

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I think what I realized after visiting Wheaton was that I didn't want my four years of college to just be about learning engineering stuff or more equations...but really just developing me into the person God wants me to be.

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My 1-2-1 Experience

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Being a 1-2-1 leader has taught me about the importance of taking time to listen to other people’s stories, pushing me to throw my preconceptions out the window.

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Beyond the Turf

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God has been so faithful in using people on the team, using the coaches… to be instrumental and encouraging. And it’s fun to do life alongside the girls.

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Leading Leaders in Worship at Wheaton

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Leading worship at Wheaton has taught me how essential it is for any leader to become profoundly aware of their own brokenness and need for grace.

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#WOWeek14: Welcome (Back) to Wheaton!

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A community of grace is a worthwhile challenge. And with Christ at the center, I am eager to see the Lord create a “joyful firmness” among Wheaton students this year!

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Experiencing Jerusalem

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No amount of books I have read, classes I have taken, or lectures I have heard could have taught me what I learned from the experience of engaging with the Jewish community of Jerusalem.

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Authority.Action.Ethics: Ethiopia

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In September 2012, a group of Wheaton professors, administrators, and students began thinking about ways to conjoin a number of seemingly disparate topics: history, leadership, ethics, and Ethiopian coffee ceremonies, to name a few.

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My Journey on El Camino de Santiago

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Throughout our journey on El Camino, we walked as a team, but in many ways had to learn what it meant to be individual pilgrims.

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Conservatory Interview

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With more than 200 music majors and highly qualified faculty, the Wheaton Conservatory of Music has become a notable center in music education.

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