Steve, you got me on that one. Wheaton (College) is my alma mater, many years ago for my undergrad degree. I just had to see what law Wheaton had some up with now. Back in those days, the college was very conservative, and to go there you signed a 'pledge' that you would not drink, smoke, dance, play cards, gamble, attend the theater, etc. My first wife also attended Wheaton, and even rented living space from the College Chaplain and his wife who graciously overlooked times when we went on dates to theater events in Chicago, just 30 miles away.
That was Wheaton's Law in the 60's.
Now, to give you all a feeling for how different that was, my indebtedness after four years, besides working nearly full time and pay-as-you-go, was a whopping $1100.00, and it took ten years to pay it off. Then after five years of college, I got a job that paid $450.00 a month.
One of the best days of my IT career was they day I told my boss if the problem was so simple he should go fix it himself.