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Where Grief and Gratitude Meet

Last week felt like one giant win for Chaos, Fear, and Grief.  It was a week marked by terrible loss. Innocent men and women in Paris and Nigeria and Lebanon and Syria lost their lives to violence. 1,330 more words


The World, and my Alma Mater, Lost Two Outstanding Men This Week

I was shocked and saddened to read of the death of one of Wheaton’s English professors last week. He was only 42, and I know he was beloved by the students. 630 more words

The Joy In The Journey

When Love is Gone: Becoming Disillusioned with Packing

Those of you who are here because you used to read my study abroad blog, Let Them Eat Croissants, may remember that my first post on that blog was about packing. 1,093 more words

The Banana Conundrum: A Critical Study of Wheaton Dining

There are many things I miss about college. Since I graduated last May I’ve made numerous adjustments to my everyday life. One big change is that I no longer see my best friends every second of every day, which is unfortunate because I seem to have become incapable of monitoring the information I share with them, and my text histories often read something like this: 1,789 more words

Planks and specks: a response to criticism about the Asian American fellowship at Wheaton College

Ever since I came to Wheaton, students and staff have been criticizing Koinonia, the Asian and Asian American fellowship on campus, for being exclusive. A few people, some of whom I know and love, have had bad experiences in the group, and many students make assumptions about it based on what they viewed as Korean cliques on campus. 883 more words

Race And Reconciliation

36th of 2015.

Be Wise, My Son, and Make My Heart Glad: An Exploration of the Courtly Nature of the Book of Proverbs // Christopher B. Ansberry.

Ansberry has done us a great service in this revised edition of his doctorate dissertation under the supervision of Daniel I. 114 more words

Book Review