This is courtesy of former Blargus editor Andrew Dermont:
Available for trade: My Wesleyan University Coffee Mug. This ceramic beauty in pristine condition is perfect for holding 10 oz. of your favorite beverage or organizing your pen and pencil collection on your desk top.
Hate to part with it but after four years at “America’s Most Annoying Liberal Arts College” my student loans are coming due. The goal here is to trade up for something of at least somewhat better value and continue to parlay my items for something I can eventually liquidate to pay off my loans.
About Ezra Silk
I have been interested in journalism ever since I was an editor at my high school student newspaper, where I was involved in a freedom of speech controversy that was covered in the local newspaper as well as local television and radio outlets. The ACLU became involved, and the ensuing negotiations lead to a liberalization of my school's freedom of expression policy.
I worked as a summer intern at the Hartford Courant after my freshman year at Wesleyan, reporting for the Avon Bureau under Bill Leukhardt and publishing over 30 stories.
At the Argus I have been a news reporter, news assistant editor, news editor, features editor, editor-in-chief, executive editor, blogger, and multimedia director. I have overseen the redesign of wesleyanargus.com, founding the Blargus and initiating ArgusVideo at the beginning of my time as editor-in-chief during the spring of my junior year. During my senior year, I have co-edited the Blargus with Gianna Palmer and founded Argus News Radio, a 15-minute weekly show produced by WESU 88.1 on which I conduct a weekly segment interviewing seniors about their thesis topics. I have written over 70 stories at the Argus and continue to do reporting and blogging as much as I can.