Wheaton students share their ideas, insights and knowledge through multiple media.
Nearly 175 years old, Wheaton’s annual literary magazine publishes poetry, prose and original artwork. November deadlines. Contact Professor Sue Standing (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more. Search Rushlight
Ten-Minute Play Festival
Playwright-in-Residence Professor Charlotte Meehan runs this competition twice yearly, once in October and once in February. Contact Charlotte at email@example.com for details.
Wheaton’s only student-run newspaper featuring both on and off-campus news. Contact Adam Kilduff, Editor-in-Chief, at firstname.lastname@example.org for staff and editor opportunities.
Emily Crump, Biology Major, 2015
Emily’s love for photography is visible in her 100%-original portfolio.
Sara Victor, Film & New Media Studies, Studio Art, 2014
Sara developed this blog as a personal archive of insights, clips, favorites, and quotes from classic movies. Sara and Professor Josh Stenger presented this compilation at the President’s Commission in 2011.
Brian Jencunas, Political Science, 2014
Student Employment in Communications
Wheaton’s Communications Office offers paid and unpaid opportunities for student writers, graphic designers, and photographers. Please contact Michael Graca, Assistant Vice President of Communications, for more information.
Share Your Thesis
Planning for post-graduation? Finishing your senior thesis? Share it with current students in Wheaton’s Digital Repository.
Sara Stribling, 2014, Music. Meetmeinsouthafrica.tumblr.com – personal study abroad blog/travel for South Africa
Nurit Applbaum, 2014, Anthropology & Asian Studies. Nurit.tumblr.com – personal photographic documentation of places traveled based on personal interest in visual anthropology-ethnographic photography/documentary work.
Gabe Bornstein, 2014, FNMS. Czechme207.com – photography of Prague: architecture, people, landscapes, food, etc.
Hillary Shusterman, 2014, Art History. Chicenchocolat.wordpress.com – fashion, healthy living, advice.
Allie Tetreault, 2014, English w. concentration in contemporary media & culture. Actuallyallie.wordpress.com – advice blog about magic, beauty, fashion, movies, self-discovery, etc. Also features many articles about self-esteem, internships, feminism, and a capella.
Julie Bogen, 2014, Film & New Media. Lapetitprepster.wordpress.com – a fashion, home, and lifestyle blog.
Chelsea Malcolm, 2015. Secretsofa.tumblr.com A collection of personal or anonymous secrets submitted by Chelsea, her friends, and her readers.
Marise Jimemez, 2013, Hispanic Studies. Marisejimenez.com – musings, traveling, advice, thoughts, creative writings.
Tyler Vendetti, 2015, English. Heytherefuture.wordpress.com
Melissa Baron, 2012, Hispanic Studies. Melissacristinabaron.com – poetry, short stories, scripts, articles or song lyrics
Nataja Flood, 2016, Undecided. www.natajaflood.wix.com/heartistry – a conglomeration of beautiful things and self-expression
Matt Bond, 2014, Math. Bondsports.wordpress.com – articles about biggest sports stories. Also functions as a home for picked winners of regular season games in NBA, NFL and MLB. Records success percentages for comparison and statistical analysis.
Cooper Hardee, 2013, FNMS. Animaginarycountry.wordpress.com – blog developed as a final project for ENG 331 (digital culture)
Sara Victor, 2014, FNMS. saras-silverscreen.tumblr.com – Domain for all film insights, archives, photographs, quotes, clips, and actor/film preferences. Developed by working through film lists (e.g. American Film Institute and National Film Registry). Presented for President’s Commission with Professor Josh Stenger
Julie Bogen, 2014, Film & New Media. The Internet as a Beneficent Weapon – http://jabogen.wordpress.com/ – blog developed as final project for ENG 331 (digital culture)
Emily Crump, 2015, Biology. Ecrumphotography.tumblr.com – Completely photographs taken by Emily
Ayres Stockly, 2016, Undecided. Walkerstocklyphotography.tumblr.com
Madison Wolters, 2015, Creative Writing Ohreallyonline.wordpress.com
Brian Jencunas, 2014, Political Science. huffingtonpost.com/brian-jencunas – Weekly political blog via the Huffington Post
Matthew Perutz, 2016, Undecided. Lookslikeitstryingtorain.tumblr.com – Drawings made on the computer