cbonnevie

14 Articles

Softball Returns to Play, 378 Days Later

by Caroline Bonnevie, John Vernaglia, Assistant Sports Editor, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

In College Basketball, Facility Disparity Reveals Gender Inequalities

by Caroline Bonnevie, John Vernaglia, Assistant Sports Editor, Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Meyers Leonard and Casual Anti-Semitism: Why Non-Jews Need to Pull Their Weight

by Caroline Bonnevie, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Writers Reflect: Argus Sports Staff Remembers Favorite Live Games

by Caroline Bonnevie, Drew Kushnir, John Vernaglia, Will Slater, David Gottlieb, Lewis Woloch, Thad Bashaw, Argus Sports Team. Leave a Comment

Wesleyan and NESCAC Presidents Decide to Allow Spring Sports Competition

by Caroline Bonnevie, Assistant Sports Editor. 1 Comment

Winter Running: Wes Students Take on the Elements

by Caroline Bonnevie, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Supporting Super Bowl LV: Jess Van Valkenburg ’23 on her Time Working in Tampa Bay

by Caroline Bonnevie, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Is Tom Brady the GOAT? Argus Sports Writers React to Super Bowl LV

by Caroline Bonnevie, Drew Kushnir, John Vernaglia, Will Slater, Thad Bashaw, Assistant Sports Editor, Contributing Writer, Sports Editor, Sports Editor, Assistant Sports Editor. Leave a Comment

Ng and Fuller Shatter Glass Ceilings in Sports World

by Caroline Bonnevie, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

“Sporror”: An Abomination of a Movie Genre that Should Not Exist

by Caroline Bonnevie, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Getting Those Reps In: Working Out from the Comfort of Your Room

by Caroline Bonnevie, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Let Caster Semenya Run

by Caroline Bonnevie, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Hot Takes, Cool Trails: Caroline Bonnevie ’23 Takes on Wesleyan’s Running Paths

by Caroline Bonnevie, Contributing Writer. Leave a Comment

Mary Cain, the Oregon Project, and a Toxic Culture in Women’s Running

by Caroline Bonnevie, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Mary Cain, the Oregon Project, and a Toxic Culture in Women’s Running

Twitter