Wheaton College Women’s Basketball Alumnae Katie McDaniels (’17) was diagnosed with a rare bone cancer during her senior year. Her Thunder teammates rallied around her then, and the team continues to support her and others facing sarcoma by raising money at a “Sarcoma Awareness Event” this weekend.
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.
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.
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.
Last Sunday, Wheaton College’s missionary kids and third-culture kids gathered together for the 8th annual “American Thanksgiving,” a time of worship and prayer, served alongside turkey and pie, with 30 guests from around the world.
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Wheaton College Associate Professor of Theology and History of Christianity Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt was featured in the documentary, “A Call for Freedom,” which this past week won three Chicago/Midwest Emmys, including Best Historical Documentary.