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Hosted by David Iglesias, Director of the Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics and Economics, Three Things explores modern issues surrounding faith, politics, and economics -- or three things our parents taught us not to talk to strangers about. Join us for discussions about these topics in a measured, civil, and thoughtful way.

Feb 12, 2021

Evelyn Sanguinetti shares how she rose to become the first Lt. Governor (Illinois) in the United States from a mother who was a Cuban refugee and a father who was an Ecuadorian immigrant.  She also overcame a serious injury and a subsequent MS diagnosis.  She now works with HOPE fair housing center to help guarantee...


Jan 22, 2021

Join alumni, David Iglesias, Larry Absheer, Dan Johnson, Karen Gehl and Mark Mooney as they share how their time on the International Study Program at Wheaton College helped shape their lives. The Wheaton Center for Faith, Politics, & Economics plans to continue this opportunity with a trip to the Nordic countries this...


Jan 15, 2021

Ed Moy began as a child of immigrant parents from China and advanced all the way to the White House as President George W. Bush’s Special Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel from 2001-2006.  He was then appointed as the 38th Director of the U.S. Mint from 2006-2011. 


Jan 4, 2021

Judge Nelson Diaz shares his story, rising from the tenement housing in New York to General Counsel to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.  Judge Diaz was the 1st Puerto Rican admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and the 1st Latino judge in the Court of Common Pleas in Pennsylvania. He was awarded...


Nov 27, 2020

Galen Smith '98, CEO of Redbox, shares his journey to becoming a CEO in 2016, less than 20 years after graduating from Wheaton College.