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Any Freshman students being housed in Meadows west ?? Would anyone have dimensions for ordering the bedding etc Please do share details if any and if any websites to order the dorm essentials please do let me know . Thanks
Where is the JLaw pictures of her on campus filming, or not allowed?
Superspreader event!
Superspreader event at Wheaton College today. Zero social distancing!
Superspreader event at Wheaton College.
Wheaton College promotes 'Anti-Racism' by 'interrogation'
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Hi everyone, this is Mariam Faal from The Gambia, west Africa... I am 19 and a high school graduate this year... I am writing to seek for help with my education because my parents are unable to pay for me to further my education.
I had a sponsor from the UK who helped and paid for my high school which I have completed successfully last month. On this note, I will really appreciate assistance from anyone to further my education in my country or abroad... My parents are unable due to some hardships
My contact is +220 2206082
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Kimberley Howsden Griese and I just finished our remote 5K Run for Wheaton College Massachusetts — our course was in our neighborhood in Franklin TN. So fun! Thanks for coordinating. #runwithroary
Wheaton College alum, Leigh Lanocha's film GUTTERBUG is available on AppleTV, Amazon and several other platforms. Check out her stunning work as producer and actor!
I’m very glad to hear Wheaton has signed on to the amicus brief with MIT and Harvard’s suit against the government for discriminatory policies against international students.
Class of ‘89
Hi Wheaton College. I had the most fortunate opportunity to meet a student from the class of 1980. Her name, at the time, was Dayna Sue Rodman and was a master in mathematics. I was just wondering if anyone knew her or could steer me in right direction to say "Hi" to her and see how she was doing. My name is Dave Johnson from Michigan. I met her on spring break in 1979. She was and probably still is, a wonderful, smart beautiful person inside and out. If you can forward this to her, it would be greatly appreciated.

Wheaton College in Massachusetts consists of 1,750 liberal arts and science students creating innovative solutions to big challenges and acting on them.

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D3 Men: Wheaton set to host 2nd annual Cushing Cup - New England Soccer Journal 03/30/2022

D3 Men: Wheaton set to host 2nd annual Cushing Cup - New England Soccer Journal

This Saturday, Wheaton College Men's Soccer will host the second annual Cushing Cup. The event is in honor of legendary head coach Matt Cushing, who passed away in August 2017. Cushing patrolled the Wheaton sidelines for 23 years, compiling a 328-113-43 overall record and 83-24-11 mark in the New England Men's and Women's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC). https://bit.ly/3tSykCv

D3 Men: Wheaton set to host 2nd annual Cushing Cup - New England Soccer Journal The Wheaton College men's soccer team will host the second annual Cushing Cup in honor of legendary coach Matt Cushing.

Photos from Wheaton College Massachusetts's post 03/29/2022

WheaFarm: Wheaton College Community Garden just seeded their first round of produce! Next up: spring cleaning to prep for those new sprouts.

📸: WheaFarm

32nd Annual Martin Lecture in Religion: Making Sense of Vajrayāna Buddhist Meditation Practices 03/28/2022

32nd Annual Martin Lecture in Religion: Making Sense of Vajrayāna Buddhist Meditation Practices

Michael Sheehy ’98, a scholar of Tibetan Buddhism, will present this year's Annual Martin Lecture on March 30. Sheehy is a research assistant professor in religious studies and the director of scholarship at the Contemplative Sciences Center, University of Virginia. https://bit.ly/36AIRJt.

32nd Annual Martin Lecture in Religion: Making Sense of Vajrayāna Buddhist Meditation Practices Join us for this presentation by Michael Sheehy ’98, a research assistant professor in religious studies and the director of scholarship at the Contemplative Sciences Center, University of Virginia.

Winternship round-up 03/26/2022

Winternship round-up

The winter break afforded many students the time to gain hands-on experience in their fields of choice. Maggie Whitcomb ’23, Abigail Gangl ’23, Brianna Perrott ’23, Eve Caplan ’24 and Robert Allen ’22 shared their experiences and goals for the future in our winternship round-up. https://bit.ly/37Vdb1L

Winternship round-up The official news source for Wheaton College (MA). Read articles about students, faculty, alumni, staff and all the exciting things happening here every day.

03/25/2022

Eight Earn NCAA Division III Women's Swimming All-America Second Team Honors https://bit.ly/3uedBIa

Photos from Wheaton College Massachusetts's post 03/24/2022

Yesterday was Mentored Academic Pathway (MAP) Day. Students met with their advisors and were able to participate in workshops and fun events like a succulent giveaway sponsored by Arts at Wheaton.

Photo credit: Elias Stevens '25

03/23/2022

Sara Tamara Giraldo '24, Meghan Lambert '24 and Ben Cohen '22 spent their spring break learning all about food insecurity. They even addressed hunger in Wheaton's backyard by helping prepare and serve a meal at Food n' Friends Kitchen in Attleboro.

Pictured: Sara Tamara Giraldo '24 chopping carrots for the Alternative Spring Break cohort's meal prep with Food n' Friends Kitchen.

03/22/2022

Happy 100th anniversary to Wallace Library! On March 22, 1922, campus dignitaries gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of Madeleine Clark Wallace Library. https://bit.ly/3ixU5kg

Photo credit: Sandy Coleman

03/20/2022

Happy first day of spring. We can't wait for campus to be in full bloom!

Friends and social entrepreneurs earn recognition 03/19/2022

Friends and social entrepreneurs earn recognition

Aidan Travis ’22 and Gabe Childs Michael ’22 were selected as winners of the Ideation Awards 2022. Their social venture, Conifer Solar Solutions, aims to increase access to renewable energy through the sale of solar-powered thermoelectric cooling systems. https://bit.ly/36paxRe

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New Vice President for Finance and Administration 03/18/2022

New Vice President for Finance and Administration

We're pleased to announce the appointment of Roger Stackpoole, a professional with 30 years of experience in higher education management, as Wheaton’s new vice president for finance and administration. Roger comes to Wheaton from Le Moyne College in New York, where he has served as chief financial and administrative officer since 2006. https://bit.ly/3ilEYKK

New Vice President for Finance and Administration The appointment of Roger Stackpoole, a professional with 30 years of experience in higher education management, as Wheaton’s new vice president for finance and administration

Alumna praises Wheaton in Boston Globe 03/17/2022

Alumna praises Wheaton in Boston Globe

Christine Koh ’95 lauded her Wheaton education and its long-term impact on her personal and professional growth. She wrote that a successful college experience with positive outcomes boils down to how engaged students are in their classes and communities. https://bit.ly/3ii955K

Alumna praises Wheaton in Boston Globe The official news source for Wheaton College (MA). Read articles about students, faculty, alumni, staff and all the exciting things happening here every day.

03/15/2022

It's been nearly 62 years since Joan Logue '63 hosted a fundraiser in support of Black civil rights activists arrested for passive resistance sit-ins at lunch counters. The event raised $257 (about $2,437 in today's dollars), which was sent to Rev. Ralph Abernathy in Montgomery, Alabama. This Women's History Month, we're honoring Joan and the many Wheaton women who have made a difference through their activism.

Pictured: Joan Logue '63 (center right) surrounded by her classmates outside of the Chapel at the culmination of their fundraising campaign.

Planning the path ahead 03/14/2022

Planning the path ahead

Roxy Azari ’10 has a message for seniors embarking on their post-graduation journey: your personal story can unlock career opportunities. Azari was one of 26 alumni who dispensed advice to seniors as they begin to wrap up their Wheaton education. https://bit.ly/37uUXEf

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'I’m doing what museums are supposed to do' 03/12/2022

'I’m doing what museums are supposed to do'

Carolina Kaufman ’98, director of education and engagement at The University of Iowa Pentacrest Museums recruited a group of women to participate in a webinar series that examined the untold stories of Black, Latino, Middle Eastern and Indigenous women during the suffrage movement. https://bit.ly/3tNU8Ob

'I’m doing what museums are supposed to do' The official news source for Wheaton College (MA). Read articles about students, faculty, alumni, staff and all the exciting things happening here every day.

The woman who reshaped maths 03/10/2022

The woman who reshaped maths

Hilda Geiringer fled Nazi Germany to face a new challenge: being accepted in academia. She was the first woman to teach applied mathematics at a German university and went on to teach at Wheaton from 1944-1959. Her story was covered by BBC in 2019 and we're sharing it again today in honor of her incredible life and legacy. https://bbc.in/2PONXas

The woman who reshaped maths She fled the Nazis, only to face a new challenge: being accepted in academia.

03/09/2022

If you are on or near campus, you're invited to join the Wheaton Institute for the Interdisciplinary Humanities (WIIH) for tonight's event with Carlos Andrés Gómez. Carlos is a Colombian-American activist, award-winning poet and performer. https://bit.ly/34ydNt6

03/08/2022

Happy International Women's Day! Today, we're reflecting on our nearly 188 years of championing women's education.

Putting cross-cultural connections to work 03/07/2022

Putting cross-cultural connections to work

A new Visiting Entrepreneur lecture series is launching this week with a focus on mindfulness and Japanese culture. The series will be led by Pabel Delgado, one of Wheaton’s two social entrepreneurs in residence and features Kana Hattori as the first visiting entrepreneur. https://bit.ly/3tykSSK

Putting cross-cultural connections to work The official news source for Wheaton College (MA). Read articles about students, faculty, alumni, staff and all the exciting things happening here every day.

Joe Wilson Jr.: The Leading Man - Rhode Island Monthly 03/07/2022

Joe Wilson Jr.: The Leading Man - Rhode Island Monthly

Joe Wilson Jr., Assistant Professor and Artist-In-Residence of Theatre and Dance was interviewed by Rhode Island Monthly about his work at Trinity Repertory Company and The Gamm Theatre. https://bit.ly/3HIGtNi

Joe Wilson Jr.: The Leading Man - Rhode Island Monthly Let’s start at the beginning. Where did you grow up? I grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. All of my family is mostly still there. My parents left after For the Rhode Island actor, educator and activist, all the world's a stage - one he's trying to mend and mold through the power of art.

Model UN team wins award at conference 03/05/2022

Model UN team wins award at conference

Wheaton College Model United Nations brought home another win for skillful problem-solving at the 2021 Cornell International Affairs Conference. The team won the Best Large Delegation award, the highest honor given to delegations with 10 or more members. Additionally, five team members won individual awards at the conference. https://bit.ly/3MhuoCi

Model UN team wins award at conference The official news source for Wheaton College (MA). Read articles about students, faculty, alumni, staff and all the exciting things happening here every day.

03/04/2022

Judith Garcia '13 just announced her run for Massachusetts State Representative in the new 11th Suffolk District. In 2015, she was elected to the Chelsea City Council, the first Honduran American ever to serve there, where she has been reelected for four straight terms. https://bit.ly/3vDcDHK

Photos from Wheaton College Massachusetts's post 03/03/2022

Yesterday, the Centers for Religious and Spiritual Life, Social Justice and Community Impact and UWC Davis House hosted a Vigil for Peace in the midst of the loss of life and continued violence in Ukraine. Community members came together to reflect and speak with members of Davis International House who shared resources for those looking to get involved with advocacy and action.

📸: Sophie Waters '23

'It’s an extraordinary field' 03/01/2022

'It’s an extraordinary field'

Last fall, Min Jung Kim ’92 became the first female director of the Saint Louis Art Museum. Kim, who was born in Seoul, is the first female, first immigrant and first person of color appointed as director in the institution’s 142-year history. https://bit.ly/3hMcw4J

'It’s an extraordinary field' The official news source for Wheaton College (MA). Read articles about students, faculty, alumni, staff and all the exciting things happening here every day.

03/01/2022

: Congratulations to a school-record nine @wheatonswimdive Women who qualified to compete at the 2022 @ncaaswimdive Championships. The four-day meet will take place from March 16-19 in Indianapolis, Indiana!

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Study abroad takes off again 02/28/2022

Study abroad takes off again

For many students, the study abroad experience is a cornerstone of their college education. When the pandemic hit in March 2020, many of our study abroad programs—which encompasses more than 100 programs in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and beyond—were put on hold. As some pandemic restrictions lifted, 21 students spent their fall 2021 semesters abroad. https://bit.ly/3C2OZp7

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Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Rises: Inside ‘The Rings of Power’ 02/26/2022

Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Rises: Inside ‘The Rings of Power’

Professor Michael Drout was recently quoted in a Vanity Fair article about the upcoming Lord of the Rings series, "The Rings of Power." https://bit.ly/3Ho9v4N

Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series Rises: Inside ‘The Rings of Power’ One show to rule them all—the first look at a billion-dollar saga set thousands of years before J.R.R. Tolkien’s legendary trilogy.

The upside of scientific failure 02/25/2022

The upside of scientific failure

Learning to persevere through inevitable failure is part of what it means to be a scientist, and something Associate Professor of Biology Jennifer Lanni makes sure to impart in her courses. Her recent article for the journal Science talks about why it’s important for students to perform experiments that have the potential to fail. https://bit.ly/3pjPJRU

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02/25/2022

Next month, Wheaton College Athletics will be sending its largest contingent of swimmers to the NCAA Championship in the college's history. Congratulations to all!

Women's Swimming & Diving Sends Eight to NCAA Championship https://bit.ly/3t5hFKb

A new voice in local politics 02/24/2022

A new voice in local politics

Shamar Mahon ’20 was recently elected as the youngest member of Bloomfield, Connecticut's town council. “The race was very exciting. I was the underdog. I put in a lot of hard work and long hours and was relieved that the effort paid off. And that’s just the beginning. There is a lot more to be done,” said Mahon, who majored in political science at Wheaton. https://bit.ly/33QjXV4

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Photos from Wheaton College Massachusetts's post 02/23/2022

The authors of "Loving: A Photographic History of Men in Love, 1850-1950" visited campus for a special Valentine's Day authors chat.

📸: Elias Stevens '25

02/23/2022

DaCorte Named the 2021-22 NEWMAC Women's Swimming & Diving Swimmer of the Year https://bit.ly/34UXSoN

A gift of kindness addresses unexpected expenses 02/22/2022

A gift of kindness addresses unexpected expenses

A fund established by M. Judith McNamara Bland ’62 and her husband, Bob, continues to help students with unanticipated costs. Originally established in 2015 as an emergency fund, the Marjorie Judith McNamara Bland ’62 Emergency Discretionary Endowed Fund was recently endowed in her honor. https://bit.ly/3I7iZm6

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MLK Jr. Legacy Awards presented at celebration 02/21/2022

MLK Jr. Legacy Awards presented at celebration

Justin Martinez ’22 and Professor M. Gabriela Torres were presented with MLK Jr. Legacy Awards in honor of their service and leadership. The awards are presented to a student and faculty or staff member whose actions help our campus community live in a manner that is equitable, inclusive and consistent with King’s values. https://bit.ly/3H6lROV

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Photos from Wheaton College Massachusetts's post 02/19/2022

Last week's activities fair was a success! It was great seeing everyone out and about on the Dimple.

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Graduates can earn a bachelor’s degree in any of our 100+ majors and minors, in subjects such as English, economics, neuroscience, political science or psychology. Dual-degree programs are also offered in engineering, business, marketing, optometry, and religion. For our list of majors and minors, see www.wheatoncollege.edu/programs.

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Wheaton College is a classic, selective, private, coeducational liberal arts college. Wheaton offers rigorous academic opportunities as well as experiential learning opportunities outside of the classroom. Students can choose from among 100+ majors and minors or may work with faculty to design their own self-declared major. Most classes are relatively small: the student-faculty ratio is 11:1 and the average class size is between 15 and 20.

A unique part of the Wheaton curriculum requires students to complete "connections" which approach a variety of topics from the perspectives of different disciplines. The course selection is extended further through the college's cross-registration programs with Brown University and nine other local colleges.

As for extracurricular activities, there are over 100 student-run clubs and organizations. Wheaton fields 21 varsity intercollegiate teams in addition to numerous club sports programs and intramural activities. The school's varsity teams play within the NCAA Division III and in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC). Wheaton's mascot is a Lyon, named after founding principal Mary Lyon.

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