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.
Elaine Brown ’77, P’07 was on campus in February to lead a panel discussion titled “When … More »
I came to Wheaton in the fall of 1993 to be chair of the Classics Department. I’d read the … More »
Zachary Sloan ’10, an international relations major from Brunswick, Maine, will teach … More »
Electronic composer André Obin ’01 says, “My music is completely intertwined with my life … More »