Interested in getting involved in Music? Come out and meet the faculty and hear about opportunities for classes and performance.

Come out and meet the faculty and staff of the Department of Theatre and Dance Studies and hear what’s planned for the coming year. Information about auditions for both theatre and dance will be provided as well as information about classes and the major.

Please join us for an evening with Frederick Wiseman. In our conversation with this award-winning documentary filmmaker, we will explore the creative process that drives his work, as well as his approach to our shared human experience. We will also watch excerpts from his acclaimed documentary EX LIBRIS and we will have the opportunity to ask him questions. A reception will be held in the Woolley Room immediately following the talk.  This event is sponsored by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation through Wheaton College’s initiative on integrative learning in the humanities. All are welcome to attend.

Campus movie showings: Four screenings of EX LIBRIS  have been scheduled in advance of Mr. Wiseman’s visit. Click here for dates and times to watch one of the campus movie showings that fits your schedule.

 

 

Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman will be on campus on October, 3, 2018 at 5:00 pm in the Holman Room. We invite the campus community to view his award-winning documentary, EX LIBRIS at one of the four scheduled show times on campus.
EX LIBRIS – The New York Public Library, goes behind the scenes of one of the greatest knowledge institutions in the world and reveals it as a place of welcome, cultural exchange and learning. With 92 branches throughout Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island, the library is committed to being a resource for all the inhabitants of this multifaceted and cosmopolitan city, and beyond. The New York Public Library exemplifies the deeply rooted American belief in the individual’s right to know and be informed. It is one of the most democratic institutions in America – everyone is welcome. Sponsored by The Andrew Mellon Foundation

Come out and meet the faculty and staff of the Department of Theatre and Dance Studies and hear what’s planned for the coming year. Information about auditions for both theatre and dance will be provided as well as information about classes and the major.

Interested in getting involved in Music? Come out and meet the faculty and hear about opportunities for classes and performance.

The Center for Social Justice and Community Impact, in collaboration with Alumni Relations and Academic Affairs, will be hosting Wheaton’s first ever Focus on First-Gen Week. This week of campus events will celebrate the first-generation college student community, an identity shared by nearly 20% of Wheaties! Events include:

To close out our week of first-gen events, on Thursday (2/8) at 5:30 pm in The Lyon’s Den, first-gen Wheaton alum and renowned spoken word poet, Roxy Azari ’10, will be holding a poetry workshop and performance of her original work on the topic of identity. This will be followed by an open mic session for student performers, as well as a Den open tab for participants.

Stop by the WiN Hub to get a different perspective on creating social change.  Learn about some of the resources and opportunities available to students who want to make a difference in the world.  Meet Entrepreneur-In-Residence Courtney Wilson, enjoy refreshments, and enter to win great prizes.

The WiN Hub is located in the basement of the Doll’s House, below the Registrar’s Office.

The Center for Social Justice and Community Impact, in collaboration with Alumni Relations and Academic Affairs, will be hosting Wheaton’s first ever Focus on First-Gen Week. This week of campus events will celebrate the first-generation college student community, an identity shared by nearly 20% of Wheaties! Events include:

On Tuesday (2/6) in Balfour Atrium at 12:30 pm, the Focus on First-Gen Week Kickoff Event. Student, staff, and alumni speakers will make brief remarks on what it means to be first-gen, followed by time to get to know your first-gen peers, network with fellow first-gen faculty and staff members, and enjoy gourmet snacks.

The Center for Social Justice and Community Impact, in collaboration with Alumni Relations and Academic Affairs, will be hosting Wheaton’s first ever Focus on First-Gen Week. This week of campus events will celebrate the first-generation college student community, an identity shared by nearly 20% of Wheaties! Events include:

On Tuesday (2/6) in Balfour Atrium at 12:30 pm, the Focus on First-Gen Week Kickoff Event. Student, staff, and alumni speakers will make brief remarks on what it means to be first-gen, followed by time to get to know your first-gen peers, network with fellow first-gen faculty and staff members, and enjoy gourmet snacks.