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Publications, honors and creative works: Alumunae/i

Melissa Carroll ’91 received the Houston Press Club Lone Star Award for First Place 2015 Public Relations Communicator of the Year and for Public Relations News Release.

Christopher Howard ’09 was named the Graduate Student of the Year in Philosophy at the University of Arizona.

Sandra Ohrn Moose ’63 in May was awarded a 2015 Harvard Medal from the Harvard Alumni Association for extraordinary service to Harvard University.

And the winners are…

Wheaton Honors Student-Athletes At Annual Year-End BanquetThe Wheaton Athletics Department held its annual awards banquet in Emerson Gymnasium in April to celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2015 student-athletes and outstanding coaches, and to present six major awards:

Dean Sue Alexander Awards

Katy Ananian and Cara Morris were each presented with the Dean Sue Alexander Female Senior Student-Athlete Award, and Richard Jenkins claimed the Dean Sue Alexander Male Senior Student-Athlete Award. The awards recognize graduating seniors who have made a significant contribution to the success of Wheaton’s athletics program. Students are nominated based on their participation in the intercollegiate and/or intramural program; proven leadership ability and commitment; and relevant committee work. [Read more...]

Award ceremony closing remarks by Anna Viragh ’15

Anna Viragh ’15

Anna Viragh ’15

We have heard it countless times, “Wheaton is a family.” We even sometimes roll our eyes when we hear people go on and on about the tight knit community that we have fostered here. And as much as I hate to be that senior gushing on and on about how Wheaton is my family, I have to say it’s true.

When you think about it, each one of our teams is like a nuclear family, where everyone plays their role. Some of us are the protective parents, some of us are the younger siblings vying for attention, and some of us are the overachiever middle siblings. [Read more...]

Senior art

2015 Studio Art Major's ExhibitionEach year, senior art majors exhibit their work in the Beard and Weil Galleries. This year the creations of 16 students were featured in “Working Title.” The name of the show, which students came up with, is “their way of conveying a sense of work in progress, that their education will always continue and their work will change,” noted advisor Kelly Goff, assistant professor of art and art history. See more images and read artist statements online.

Click on an image to view it larger and begin a slideshow. Artist statements are below. [Read more...]