Six-Word Memoirs from Welcome to Wheaton
“On your own” doesn’t mean “solitude.”
"I think I want to commit."—Pauline
"Steel drum band in New England!" —Jim, proud parent
"Life is sweet, like a chocolate." —Bintao Wang
"Short sleeves was a bad idea." —Nolan
"Eat candy and go from there."
"Cold weather but warm heart: Wheaton."
"I am much more than cookies." —Prof Foley
Writing Program tutors and faculty brought writing to Welcome to Wheaton Day via Visiting Assistant Professor Ruth Foley's Poems on Demand and the Six Word Memoir.
What is college in Italy like? Should people call you by a nickname that they find easier to pronounce than your given name? What kinds of questions are appropriate to ask about you and your country?