This is Residential Life. Welcome to the heart of your community.
As a residential college, Wheaton requires most students to live on campus. The residence halls are communities of diverse individuals living and learning together. Students are encouraged to participate in and contribute to the learning environment of their residence halls. The residence halls are an important learning environment at Wheaton. Students study together, socialize and relax with friends, build life-long friendships and work through the issues associated with living in a community. Each residence hall has a staff of Resident Advisors who initiate social events, faculty-led discussions, potluck dinners, intramural teams, and groups to attend campus-wide events. For current residents please refer to the Housing Calendar for a schedule of important dates. http://wheatoncollege.edu/residential-life/housing/housing-calendar/
Come join the Interfaith Council, SAFE Haus, QTPOC, Alliance, and SHAG to join in a discussion around the intersection of faith and sexuality and hear from folks who identify both as queer and religious! Happening on Friday, Nov. 22nd from 6-7pm in the Lyon's Lounge in Balfour Hood!
Congrats to RA Clara for receiving Resident Advisor of the Month for October! Her residents are so lucky to have her and we are as well!
Shout out to our October Lead Resident Advisor of the month, Colleen Sedney! She has gone above and beyond for Residential Life and we love her dearly!
The Center for Social Justice & Community Impact would like to invite you to our next Elephant in the Room Series discussion.
We all know that the holidays can be a great time to come together and enjoy the company of our family and friends (especially those we haven't seen in a while). However, some people experience moments within the merriment and laughter that potentially result in conversations about conflicting values, ideas, and opinions. This community discussion will identify those moments and explore ways to engage in a productive conversation or identify methods to prevent or extinguish potential discourse.
Date: TODAY! (Friday, November 22nd)
Time: 1:00 - 2:30 PM
Location: Cole Memorial Chapel - Meeting Room
*Lunch will be provided*
A panel of LGBTQ+ identifying students talk about their experiences abroad, with opportunity to ask questions.
Located in the 1960 Room.
Refreshments are provided!
Like the Holidays? Ready for break? Enjoy trivia?
Join Late Night Programs in the Lyon's Den, on Thursday November 21, from 9-11pm for HOLIDAY TRIVIA!!!
Holiday themed questions and prizes, and free food! Learn more about all the holidays from Halloween to Hanukkah, and have some fun before thanksgiving!
Guests are welcome. Use eventpass to check in.
Happening on Thursday, Nov. 21st from 12:30-1:30pm in Emerson Dining Room, there will be a ROCK PAPER SISSORS LUNCH! Want to learn how to start a nonprofit business that addresses important social issues like women's rights and education or to learn about ways that you can get involved with ongoing efforts!? Have lunch with Wheaton students Sophie and Phoebe Nerone to learn about the nonprofit they started, Rock-Paper-Scissors, that increases access to education for girls living in Vietnam. Come simply just to listen or prepared with questions.
Join FAW and faculty panelists Sabrina Speights, Brenda Wyss, and John Miller to discuss feminism and economic inequality. Happening from 7-8pm on Wednesday the 20th in the Woolley Room in Mary Lyon!
This event is looking to gather both alumni and students to speak about how their identities and backgrounds intersect with daily life, in and outside of school. Conversations will tackle hard questions in educational and career-based environments and their impact on the alums' lives. ICB hopes that students learn from the experiences of alums and are better able to handle questions that may be uncomfortable in both environments. Join us for an evening full of meaningful conversation with peers and alums from different walks of life. Happening on Wednesday the 20th from 5:30-7:30pm in FDR in Emerson!
Join us for WISE Wednesday on 11/20 at 5:30pm in the Diana Davis Spencer Cafe. This week's theme is the value of a global perspective as a part of International Education Week.
Join Roosevelt in collaboration with Tulip House, SMART, and the Title IX office to talk about the changes in the Title IX federal regulations. These proposed changes will have major change for students across the country. If you want to learn more about how it will impact Wheaton and your life join us. Happening from 5:30-6:30 on November 20th in the May Room in Mary Lyon.
That’s a wrap! Wheaton’s RHA conference delegates!
Compete head to head against your fellow students in thought provoking challenges to win a Surprise Prize. Show your friends at PAC that you, and your team, are BIG BRAIN, and deserve that prize. Dust off your engineering skills, bring your friends, and we will see you at Club Hub in Balfour from 8-10pm.
On Saturday November 16th from 7:30-9:30 in the Cole Memorial Chapel, The Blend will be having their fall jam, themed after your favorite horror movies and featuring WPI's Simple Harmonic Motion!
On Saturday November 16th from 2-6pm, head to pine ready to talk about hair and how it connects to femininity and culture! Come with a clean head of hair and a positive attitude. Get ready to do hair and participate in some great discussion about what your hair means to you.
This crew is on their way to the annual NEACURH Regional Leadership Conference!
GUESS WHAT'S BACK?!? BSA is bringing back a fan favorite: music and paint nights. This time instead of Trap music we'll be vibing to R&B. Come prepared to request your favorite songs and create! Snacks will be provided. Happening on Saturday November 16th from 5-6:30pm in the Balfour Atrium!
Jae Jin, an award winning independent global recording artist, singer-songwriter, will be coming to campus this November in order to speak about his experiences as an Asian-American independent artist, and talk to the campus about identity, music, and mental health. He will also be having a question and answer session, and provide a short performance afterwards. This will be a great opportunity for students interested in the music industry, as well as students of color to hear and learn from the experiences of a global artist of color, as well as a comfort to those struggling with mental health as he talks about his own experiences with mental health within his life and career as well. Happening from 6-8 on Friday November 15th in Hindle Auditorium!
Happening on Thursday, November 14th from 7-8pm, Join Lyndsey Aguilar for some important tips around studying and time management before finals season sets in. This event will take place in Conger Commons in Pine Hall.
Check out this awesome opportunity! RSVP on Engage!!
Our aim is to bring increased awareness about climate change to campus. We hope to discuss the relationship between climate change and inequity as well as how the lives of traditionally underrepresented groups are implicated by climate change and agriculture. Our goal is for participants to walk away with more knowledge about the relationship between the environment and social justice so that students can determine actionable steps for affecting change.
After hearing from Professor JBK and Professor Knowlton discuss climate change as it relates to their areas of passion and expertise, participants will move into one of the following breakout groups with discussions led by student facilitators:
Climate Change: Where it Hits and Who it Hits
Human Rights: Eco-Injustice and Eco-Racism
Food Systems, Grassroots Movements, and Personal Change
Crash Course in Climate Science
After breakout session discussions, participants will come back together to debrief and discuss our next steps as individuals and a campus in a conversation facilitated by Professor Dorzweiler.
If you are interested, this event will be happening on Thursday, November 14th from 5-7pm in Hindle Auditorium.
On Wednesday Novemeber 13th from 7-9pm in the Holman Room in Mary Lyon, The Queer and Trans People of Color club is collaborating with the Feminist Association of Wheaton to put together this powerful event, open to anyone seeking to learn more about sex and what it can look like for different identities.
The Queer Sex Ed Panel is an informative way for people regardless of background knowledge to gain a realistic understanding of what it means to have healthy, safe sex. The panelists will be people from within as well as outside the Wheaton community who will bring in their unique and educated perspectives to sex as it pertains to people of various sexual identities.
See you at the Holman Room at 7:00 Wednesday!
Happening in Knapton 114 on Tuesday Nov. 12th from 7-8:30pm, SMART presents Healing Through Art, a space for survivors to heal through creating empowering paintings.
Resident Advisor Position Information Session TODAY at 2pm
Balfour-Hood Campus Center, 1960's Room
Please apply via Engage.
Like fall? Like Bingo? Want to have some post-Halloween fun?
Join SAIL Late Night Programs on Friday, November 1st, in Balfour Atrium from 10pm-midnight for FALL Into BINGO. Free food and fun prizes! All welcome. Please use eventpass
Join President Hanno and SGA representatives for a night of costumes, Wheaton swag, food, and fun! Costumes are optional, but strongly encouraged! Please contact Mikaela Savarese ([email protected]) for any questions or information on accessibility.
Thursday, October 31 2019 at 5:00-7:00PM
Are you interested in becoming a 2020 Spring Semester RA?
Each academic year we expect approximately 5 to 10 Resident Advisor position vacancies, in the spring semester, for a variety of reasons (ie. current RAs go abroad)
We have officially opened the application process!
BOO! For all of you spooky scary skeletons, there is going to be a monster mash full of music, partying, and fun to make the dead live again. Join PAC and all your other nightmare friends as will celebrate all Hallows Eve. Bring your best spooks and we will provide rest to make you scream...(evil laugh) ...
Saturday, Oct 26th in Haas from 9pm to the midnight hour. Have you Event Pass ready.
Music, Games, Merch & More!
Chapel Field 12pm-3pm
This is our annual screening of Rocky Horror Picture Show followed by a discussion!
Shout out to RA Ian PaM for coordinating with the RAs and clubs around campus to create one of the biggest haunted houses Wheaton will ever see! Stay tuned to find out more details on the program time and date! #spookyseason #WheatonMA
Welcome back from October break! As a reminder there is a RHA meeting tonight at 6-7pm!
Seniors on LRA staff this year! #Wheaton2020
These are the lovely, hardworking and amazing LRAs in the Residential Life community this year! We are so thankful for everything that they do and for all of their hard work :)
The Great Pumpkin Festival tomorrow 10/19 at 4pm! 🎉
On October 19th from 4-6pm, come hang out and enjoy fall-themed fun! RHA will provide hot apple cider, cider donuts, and pumpkin painting. Other student clubs and organizations will participate by hosting festive activities. We will also have various students selling handcrafted items!
You can still sign up to participate in this event by emailing [email protected]! The more the merrier!
This event will take place in Pine Hall Conger Commons and outdoors surrounding the new fire pit!
LASERS, LASERS, AND MORE LASERS. PAC is hosting a laser tag night Saturday, Oct 19th from 8-10pm in Haas. Come with an elite team of your friends, four in total, or be the solo rebel, as you aim to out laser them all.Sign-ups for teams and individuals will be from Wedneday, Oct 16th to Friday, Oct 18th. We will also be accepting sign-ups at the door. We hope to see you all there.
RA shoutout!!! This is Clara, she is an RA in the PaM quad and she goes above and beyond for everyone. This morning she came into the Campus Life office with bagels for everyone :) We love you so much, Clara!
Happening from 1-3pm on October 18th Pop in to meet the SGA Accessibility Board! We would love to hear from you and show you what we have been working on! Come tell us about your experiences on campus and enjoy some free popcorn!
Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations or information on accessibility should contact Mikaela Savarese at [email protected] by Thursday, October 17th.
Dory Gedraitis was named RA of the month for September! Dory is fully invested in her floor community. She works to ensure that her students are safe, comfortable and getting to know each other while successfully promoting wellness. Dory has also had a lot of demanding situations that she has committed to providing assistance for. Dory provides positive energy for her PaM staff supporting her fellow Pine RAs and attacking new tasks with a gung-ho attitude. Great job, Dory! We love you!
Abby Cahil was named LRA of the month for September!
She has gone above and beyond this semester and we are so proud of her in Residential Life! She is so genuinely invested in the happiness of the YMC staff that she is willing to pretty much do anything to support them. Most recently she redesigned the YMC office to provide them with an exciting new atmosphere. She also volunteers to take shifts during things like senior pub night and Halloween when no one else will. She has grown so much since her time as an LRA last spring and we are so grateful to have her on staff!
The Center for Social Justice and Community Impact will be hosting its second annual Fall Consignment Exchange, where we provide a space in The Base (chapel basement) for members of the Wheaton community to exchange gently used items. This eco-friendly initiative is meant to support students, staff, and faculty in need.
Any member of the Wheaton community can drop off donations beginning on October 15th and October 16th before 2 pm in The Base. A group of volunteers will organize the donations from 2 pm – 4 pm in the Chapel Basement meeting room. The space will be open to everyone from 4 pm on October 16th until Friday October 18th at 3 pm. During this time, we welcome the free exchange of gently used items between everyone on campus.
All remaining donations will be recycled or donated.
Register to Volunteer: https://engage.wheatoncollege.edu/submitter/form/start/351444
Additional Information can be found at: https://engage.wheatoncollege.edu/event/5033981
Still on campus? Come hang with PAC as we welcome the October Break with all your favorite jams. Karaoke will start at 8pm in the Lyons Lounge, and we will rock out until 10pm!
RHA has meetings every Wednesday at 6pm in New Yellow Parlor!
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