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Students React to Japan Crisis

by Bea Lomongo Paterno, Editor-in-Chief. Comments Off on Students React to Japan Crisis

“I felt dizzy and sick, as if everything was swaying,” wrote Sharon Li ’12, who was studying in a computer lab when an earthquake hit Osaka, Japan, in an email to The Argus.

Rosenthal Named Provost, Plans for Internal Review

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Yesterday, President Michael S. Roth announced the appointment of John E. Andrus Professor of Sociology Rob Rosenthal as the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs.

Senior Survey Reveals Less Faith in Public Safety

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An annual survey filled out by exiting seniors in May of this year revealed a significant drop in general satisfaction with Public Safety (PSafe) and a decrease in the feeling of safety on campus.

Senior Officers Replace Cocktails with “Events”

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Despite rumors that Senior Cocktails would be cancelled in light of events last year, the senior class Officers announced on Friday that the first senior event, a blacklight Halloween party, will be held on Oct. 30.

SBC to Launch Twitter Account

by Bea Lomongo Paterno, News Editor. Comments Off on SBC to Launch Twitter Account

Starting this Monday, students waiting to request funds from the Student Budget Committee (SBC) can check on Twitter to see when their turn has arrived rather than loiter for hours in the Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA) office.

SBC Considers Uses, Effects of $68,000 Activities Fee Surplus

by Bea Lomongo Paterno, News Editor. Comments Off on SBC Considers Uses, Effects of $68,000 Activities Fee Surplus

At the close of the 2009-2010 academic year, the Student Budget Committee (SBC) of the Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA) ran a surplus of approximately $68,155, according to SBC Chair Andrew Huynh ’11. This marked the largest surplus in recent years, far exceeding estimates made by former SBC Chair Charlie Kurose ’10, who predicted in April that the surplus would reach up to $40,000.

Eclectic Goes Chaste: Sex Party Abolished

by Bea Lomongo Paterno, News Editor. 5 Comments

For years, students have dedicated one Saturday night each September to stumbling down the porn-plastered halls of the Eclectic Society house, wearing nothing but lingerie and tighty-whities.

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