WILD Wes Develops Native Ecosystem on Campus Sites

Sunday, August 31st, 2014 10:12 pm GMT -4 by Sofi Goode, News Editor

Over the summer, WILD Wes focused on site maintenance, repairing the water catchment systems, and planting new greenery native to Connecticut, such as fruit trees, herbs, and ferns in the WestCo courtyard. In the Butterfields, the group completed new terraces and finished first-stage plant implementation.

Subtle Changes on the Wesleyan Campus

by Rebecca Brill and Jess Zalph, Features Editors

Small changes cropped up all over campus this summer. Can you spot the difference?

Issroff ’15 Discusses Men’s Soccer’s Title Ambitions

by Daniel Kim, Staff Writer

Captain Danny Issroff leads a team of elite NESCAC midfielders in Men’s Soccer’s search for a conference title.

Monument Quilt To Cover Foss

by Sofi Goode, News Editor

This monument to survivors of sexual assault aims to create a space of public healing.

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