Over the past half-century Professor Jay Goodman, with his Einstein-esque shock of white hair, has become one of the most iconic and influential figures in Wheaton’s history.
By Ted Nesi '07
When Maeve Vallely Bartlett, Class of 1980, was pursuing an English major at Wheaton College, she never thought her path would bring her to a state government office.
As a geochemist, Matthew Evans has traveled from the lowlands of North America to the very … More »
“A series of happy accidents,” that’s how Marion Lear Swaybill ’63 describes the journey … More »
Gordon Parks is recognized as one of the most important African American photographers of … More »
Arielle Burstein ’10, left, of Beverly Hills, Calif., and Rachael Powell ’10, of Madbury, … More »