Fall 2009

Taking center stage

Gardner McFallOne day in 1966 Gardner McFall’s life changed forever. Though it has been 43 years, she can vividly recall the moment as if she were living it now.
By Sandy Coleman

Celebrating 175 years

Zeph StickneyFounder’s Day originated when the students at Wheaton Female Seminary gathered each year to bring roses to the home of Eliza Baylies Wheaton on her birthday.
By Paul Helmreich

It happened in the Dimple

Dimple processionHoop rolling. Dimple diving. Political speak-outs. For most of Wheaton’s history, the college green known as the Dimple has been the hub of campus life. And if the trees could talk, oh, the stories they would tell.

Like the one about the runaway cow.
By Hannah Benoit

From Wheaton to Washington

Rob Gile '00Robertson (“Rob”) Gile ’00 is funny and engaging as he talks about his life. He opens up about his elementary school years, high school and his time at Wheaton College. But ask specific questions about the job where he spends most of his life and the room falls uncomfortably silent. The smile fades. The responses become evasive and vague.
By Sandy Coleman

Wheaton Quarterly Fall 2009 cover

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