Men’s Track and Field Smashes Records, Posting Personal Bests in Spring Season

May 2, 2022, by Cameron Bonnevie, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Men’s track and field is hitting their stride this spring season. After a successful indoor season, the team officially began their outdoor season on Saturday, March 26 at home with the Wesleyan J. Elmer Swanson Spring Classic. They boasted an impressive array of first place finishes, including in the 4×100-meter with a team of Connell […]

Recapping F1 in 2022 Ahead of the Miami Grand Prix

May 2, 2022, by Jem Shin, Editor-in-Chief. Leave a Comment

The Formula 1 (F1) grid will return to the United States this week for the fifth round of the 2022 season. However, in a twist for American fans, this race will not be taking place at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas for the United States Grand Prix (GP), but will bring a new […]

Women’s Track and Field Breaks School Records in Championship Appearances

May 2, 2022, by David Gottlieb, Senior Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

The Wesleyan women’s track team continued its superb season with strong showings at both the final regular season meet at Trinity College on Saturday, April 23, and the NESCAC Championships this past Saturday, April 30 at Hamilton. During the meet on April 23, the Cards came in fourth place out of 10 teams. Individually, the meet […]

Women’s Lacrosse Moves on to NESCAC Semifinals for the Second Time in History After a Late Surge Against Hamilton

May 2, 2022, by Eli Seaver, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

In the first round of the NESCAC women’s lacrosse tournament this past Saturday, April 30, fourth seeded Wesleyan hosted the fifth seed Hamilton College, winning 10–8 in what could not have been a more picturesque game. The sun was out, the fans were loud, and trees were showing off their early spring colors. On top of it […]

A History of Hot Takes: Recapping Drew Kushnir’s ’22 Hits and Misses

May 2, 2022, by Drew Kushnir, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

When I first started writing for The Argus four years ago, perhaps nothing excited me more than the opportunity to fire off hot takes into the print and digital ether. Allow me to explain: growing up in Massachusetts, I was introduced to the time-honored tradition of take-making at a relatively young age. Starting in middle […]

Democracy Dies on the Waiver Wire

May 2, 2022, by Will Slater, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Sports are serious business. They’re all about legacy, identity, triumph, failure, and multi-million-dollar deals. But sports are also stupid and fun. When I was a kid, some real estate company paid the Pepsi Center (home of the Denver Nuggets, now called the Ball Arena) to do a promotional activity during TV timeouts once each game. The commentator […]

Wesleyan Baseball Scores Impressive Win Over Hamilton College

April 28, 2022, by Erin Byerly, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

The Wesleyan baseball team is in the midst of an excellent run, using the momentum from their Little Three championship to put up a strong effort against NESCAC rival Hamilton.  On Friday, April 15, the Cardinals traveled to Clinton, New York, defeating the Continentals 13–10. In the first two-and-a-half innings, the Cardinals opened with a […]

Women’s Crew Races to Victory Following Return to the Water

April 28, 2022, by Grace Kohn, Contributing Writer. Leave a Comment

The No. 6 nationally ranked Wesleyan women’s crew team has started their first “normal” season since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic very strong. This spring, the Cardinals appear to be having an even more adaptable and gritty program. The Cardinals opened with a victory over Coast Guard Academy on Saturday, March 26. Although Coast Guard […]

Emilia Romagna GP Review: Red Bull Takes Dominant 1–2 Finish as Ferrari Struggles in Imola

April 25, 2022, by Jem Shin, Editor-in-Chief. Leave a Comment

After returning to Australia earlier this month, Formula 1 (F1) headed across continents for the next race of the 2022 season in Imola, Italy for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix (GP). The fourth race weekend of the season, which took place at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari from Friday, April 22 to Sunday, April […]

Wesleyan Softball Looks Ahead After Consecutive Wins over Hamilton

April 25, 2022, by Lewis Woloch, Assistant Sports Editors. Leave a Comment

Following a huge win over Williams College in the second game of a double-header two weekends ago, Wesleyan’s softball team traveled even farther north to Vermont this past weekend to take on Middlebury College. Sitting at 2–2 in the NESCAC, Wesleyan’s three games against the Panthers were of utmost importance to their conference standing. The first game […]

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