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Clinical Mental Health Counseling (M.A.), Graduate School
Get to Know Laurel, Grad Student Chaplain
Laurel Schone is a first-year M.A. student in the Clinical and Mental Health Counseling program. She’s lived all over the United States, as well as spending years in Nepal and traveling internationally in a ministry context. As she stepped into the role of Graduate Student Chaplain, Laurel took the time to answer a few questions about her approach to this new position of spiritual leadership in the Wheaton College Graduate School.
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Growth and Learning for the Sake of our Neighbor
Camila Moreno ’19 is an economics and international relations major from Bogotá, Colombia. In this MyWheaton blog post, Camila reflects on being a senior at Wheaton and how the last four years have prepared her for the future.
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Arts & Music, News
Wheaton College Launches Phase II of Construction on Armerding Center for Music and the Arts
At a Grand Celebration, Wheaton College announced Phase II of its state-of-the-art Armerding Center for Music and the Arts.
#MyWheaton Student, Student Activities
Ministry in Middle Earth: Living as the Body of Christ
Bethany Litteral ’20 is an English and secondary education major from Tallahassee, Florida. In this MyWheaton blog post, Bethany shares about how her experiences as a member of the Tolkien Society, a student-led club on campus dedicated to celebrating the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien, have shown her more about living in faithful service to God.
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Faculty, News
Wheaton College to Host the Inaugural Faith and Learning Seminar Lecture
To celebrate 50 years of the Faith and Learning Seminar at Wheaton College, the Office of the Provost is pleased to announce the launch of the annual Faith and Learning Seminar Lecture.
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Events, News
Wheaton College Sophomores Complete Canvas Program at Declaration Dinner
Earlier this semester, Wheaton College sophomores gathered to declare their intended majors at an event called Declaration Dinner.
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Graduate School, Theology (M.A.)
Jesus Christ and the Black Experience
Christian theologians today are still grappling with the fraught and interconnected relationship between Christian thought and racial oppression. In this blog post derived from his research, M.A. in Historical Theology student Michael Yorke presents a consideration of three major figures in the conversation, then suggests how our conception of Christ is central to addressing issues of race and the Church.
Mathematics, News
Wheaton College Math Majors Participate in Research Pilot Project with University of Iowa
Wheaton’s Dr. Darcie Delzell and three students collaborated with the University of Iowa on a Summer Institute in Biostatistics pilot project, which is culminating with a submission to a scientific journal.
#MyWheaton Student, Arena Theater, Arts at Wheaton
To Workout our Faith with Fear and Trembling
Collin Kavanaugh '21 is an English major with a concentration in literature from Frankfort, IL. In this MyWheaton blog post, Collin describes his experiences as a member of Arena Theater and the deep community he’s found with Workout.
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Arts & Music, News
Wheaton College Conservatory of Music to Host the 5th Annual High School Music Camp
This summer, the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music is hosting a Music Camp geared to upcoming ninth through twelfth graders.
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Biblical Exegesis (M.A.), Faculty, Graduate School, News
Dr. Esau McCaulley to Join Wheaton College as Assistant Professor of New Testament
Wheaton College is pleased to announce that Dr. Esau McCaulley will join the School of Biblical and Theological Studies in the Fall of 2019 as an assistant professor.
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Arts & Music, Wheaton Experts
The Importance of Improvisation
John William Trotter serves as an associate professor of music at Wheaton College and was recently awarded the Leland Ryken Award for Teaching Excellence in the Humanities. In this Wheaton Experts blog, he shares how important the ability to improvise is in music and our daily lives.
Buis Blog Post
Wheaton Experts
The Enduring Impact of Black Music
As Black History Month draws to a close, Dr. Johann Buis wrote this Wheaton Experts post, which reflects on the qualities of Black music in America and its enduring impact.