Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts

Going places

This spring, 15 Wheaties won prestigious national academic awards for graduate study and global experience, including two Thomas Watson Fellowships, a Beinecke Scholarship, a Projects for Peace grant and a French Government English Teaching Assistantship. Here are our nine Fulbright Scholars:  [Read more...]

Graduates head into the world of work

Many seniors had jobs lined up even before they walked across the stage at Commencement. Here are just a few:

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Desert research

Known for its extremes, Death Valley is a place where visitors can experience snow-covered mountains and fields of wild flowers in record-setting summer heat, as well as stand at the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere while looking at some of the highest mountains in the 48 contiguous states. [Read more...]

Listen up: Professor exploring Jesus in pop music

Delvyn CaseAssistant Professor of Music Delvyn Case, a composer of classical music, is a scholar who is most interested in popular music—in particular the intersections of popular music and religion in America. This fall, he is teaching the First-Year Seminar “Rock of Ages: Images of Jesus in Popular Music,” which explores provocative questions about those intersections. With such an intriguing title, we, of course, just had to know more.
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