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#MyWheaton Student, Student Activities
Beauty in the Body of Christ: A Sophomore Reflects on Her Wheaton Experience
Melissa Montiel '21 is a sociology major from Chicago who plans to return to their area after graduation. In this MyWheaton blog post, Melissa reflects on about her experiences as a minority student at Wheaton and how this has shaped her as an individual.
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#MyWheaton Student, Admissions
A Wheatie's Family Resemblance
Lexi Goebel '19 is a business/economics major from West Linn, Oregon. In this MyWheaton blog post, Lexi shares her journey of learning more about her identity and trusting in God’s sovereignty at Wheaton.
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2018-19 Faculty Awards, Faculty, News
Wheaton College Dean Dr. Michael Wilder Elected as VP of the National Association of Schools of Music
Wilder will serve as vice president for three years, followed by a three-year term as president at NASM.
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News
Wheaton College Students Know How to Argue
Two Wheaton College students advance to the 2019 American Moot Court Association’s National Tournament.
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President Ryken Hosts a Christmas Party for Wheaton’s International Students
This past Sunday, Wheaton’s international students came together in the home of Wheaton College President Dr. Philip Ryken for the International Student Program Office’s annual Christmas Party.
Faculty, News
How Dr. Brian Howell is Helping Wheaton Students Win Scholarships
Wheaton College Professor of Anthropology Dr. Brian Howell noticed a disconnect between Wheaton’s extraordinary students and the world’s top scholarships and fellowships. To bridge that divide, he started an initiative to educate students on the possibilities and to help them start winning awards.
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Biblical and Theological Studies (Ph.D.), Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.), Evangelism and Leadership (M.A.), Graduate School
Incarnation
The Rev. Dr. Dave McDowell, Chaplain of the Wheaton College Graduate School, reflects on the incarnation.