Camille De Beus

72 Articles

DKE Increases Claim to Nearly $1.2 Million, Alleges Co-Education Policy a Double Standard

by Camille De Beus, Emmet Teran, News and Features Editors. 14 Comments

DKE Lawsuit Reaches Verdict as University is Found at Fault, Talks to Follow

by Camille De Beus, Emmet Teran, News and Features Editors . 9 Comments

Running Unopposed, Ravi ’18 and Godbole ’19 are Named President and Vice President of WSA

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Anti-Card Access Petition Opens Debate of Security vs. Privacy

by Camille De Beus, News Editor. 2 Comments

DKE Lawsuit to Reach Trial After University’s Motion Fails

by Jake Lahut, Camille De Beus, Editor-in-Chief and News Editor. 3 Comments

Students Protest Hiring Practices of R.J. Julia at North College

by Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Camille De Beus, News Editors. 2 Comments

University Financial Aid Website Aquires MyinTuition

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Threatening Posters Alarm Students & Administration

by Jenny Davis, Camille De Beus, Executive Editor and News Editor. 1 Comment

Students and Locals Protest Against DAPL at Wells Fargo

by Camille De Beus, News Editor. 1 Comment

Middletown Politicians Eye the Potential of Legalized Recreational Marijuana in Connecticut, But Offer Note of Caution

by Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Camille De Beus, News Editors. 5 Comments

Teshia Levy-Grant Appointed as Dean for Equity & Inclusion

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WSA Explores Implementing a Fourth General Education Expectation on Diversity

by Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Camille De Beus, News Editors. 1 Comment

The New Yorker’s Jennifer Gonnerman on the Criminal Justice Beat

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Sinkhole Causes Temporary Water Shutdown

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No More Normal Dormal: WestCo Compensates for Lack of Creativity with Eccentricity

by Camille De Beus, Sam Prescott, News Editor and Sports Editor. 2 Comments

The University Makes Transition from Current Electronic Portfolios to WesPortal

by Camille De Beus, News Editor . 2 Comments

Students Tune into National Teach-in on Presidential Executive Order

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New APRN Hired After Months-Long Vacancy

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Over 300 from University and Middletown Community Respond to Sen. Suzio’s Townhall

by Camille De Beus, Molly Schiff, News Editors . 1 Comment

Reproductive Rights Galvanize Students at Local Level

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“Yes Means Yes, No Means No”: Students Talk Consent and Communication, Body Language, Hook-Ups

by Jenny Davis, Camille De Beus, Editor-in-Chief & Assistant News Editor. 5 Comments

Students at University Participate in Nationwide Jewish Resistance Movement

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Students at University Participate in Nationwide Jewish Resistance Movement

Wesleyan and Middletown Community Unite in Veterans Day Trump Protest, Flag Defaced

by Camille De Beus, Emmet Teran, Jake Lahut, Assistant News Editor, Arts Editor, and Features Editor . 7 Comments

Sexual Assault Resource Website To Receive Update

by Jenny Davis, Camille De Beus, Editor-in-Chief & Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Sexual Assault Resource Website To Receive Update

Stunned Campus Reacts to Trump Victory

by Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Camille De Beus, Jake Lahut, News Editor, Assistant News Editor, & Features Editor. 6 Comments

Students and Staff of ResLife Clash Over Accusations of Assault

by Jenny Davis, Camille De Beus, Editor-in-Chief & Assistant News Editor. 3 Comments

Naming Perpetrators Online Garners Support from Some, Concern from Others

by Erica DeMichiel, Jenny Davis, Camille De Beus, Editors-in-Chief & Assistant News Editor. 15 Comments

Health Center Resolves E. Coli Scare

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Health Center Resolves E. Coli Scare

University Installs Bicycle Repair Station

by Camille De Beus, Gili Lipman, Assistant News Editor, News Editor. Comments Off on University Installs Bicycle Repair Station

Public Safety Works to Help Prevent Bike Thefts

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Public Safety Works to Help Prevent Bike Thefts

University Releases Annual Sexual Violence Report and Next Steps for Equity and Inclusion

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on University Releases Annual Sexual Violence Report and Next Steps for Equity and Inclusion

CAPS Currently Unable to Provide Prescription Services

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on CAPS Currently Unable to Provide Prescription Services

Psi Upsilon Returns to Official Program Housing

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Psi Upsilon Returns to Official Program Housing

Office for Equity and Inclusion Launches PIE Initiative

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor . Comments Off on Office for Equity and Inclusion Launches PIE Initiative

Rho Epsilon Pi Hosts First Wesleyan Women’s Conference, Discusses Women and Equity

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Rho Epsilon Pi Hosts First Wesleyan Women’s Conference, Discusses Women and Equity

Radical Inhabitation Seeks to Establish Environmental Connection

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Radical Inhabitation Seeks to Establish Environmental Connection

Students, Faculty, and Alumni Honored at Social Justice Awards

by Camille De Beus, Erica DeMichiel, News Editor and Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Students, Faculty, and Alumni Honored at Social Justice Awards

To Be Blunt: 4/20 Celebrations Were Lit

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. 2 Comments

Community Participates in Hula Workshop, Celebrates Hawaiian Culture

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Annual Fast-a-Thon Spreads Awareness of Global Hunger

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Annual Fast-a-Thon Spreads Awareness of Global Hunger

“Taking Back Democracy” Highlights Dangers of PACs

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. 1 Comment

University Students Reflect on Adjusting

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Crosby Discusses New Life and Book

by Camille De Beus, Assistant News Editor. Comments Off on Crosby Discusses New Life and Book

Panel Focuses on Success of First-Gen Students

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Panel Focuses on Success of First-Gen Students

Rho Ep to Hold Wesleyan Women’s Conference

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Caught in the Act: Views on Cheating at the University

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University Hosts Fresh Check Day

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Plous Honored as Science Advancement Fellow

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Black Business Day Celebrates BHM, Entrepreneurship

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Not For Sale Hosts Jewelry Sale

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Dietary Restrictions Are Not “EASY”

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Dietary Restrictions Are Not “EASY”

Students Get Children Excited About Science in Science Outreach Programs

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Students Get Children Excited About Science in Science Outreach Programs

Black History Month Kicks Off with Convocation

by Erica DeMichiel, Natasha Nurjadin, Camille De Beus, News Editor. Comments Off on Black History Month Kicks Off with Convocation

Psi U Launches Website Archiving A Penny For Your Thoughts

by Natasha Nurjadin, Camille De Beus, News Editor. Comments Off on Psi U Launches Website Archiving A Penny For Your Thoughts

University Course Donates to Various Connecticut Nonprofits

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer . Comments Off on University Course Donates to Various Connecticut Nonprofits

Students in the Money and Social Change course donated $10,000 to Connecticut community causes.

Professor Jeille Zeilinga de Boer Wins Joe Webb Peoples Award for Geology Work

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. 25 Comments

Emeritus Professor of the University’s Earth and Environmental Sciences Department Jelle Zeilinga de Boer was awarded the 2015 Joe Webb Peoples Award.

Panel Discusses What it Means to be Latinx

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer . 33 Comments

As part of Latin American Affirmation Month, a panel held on Thursday, Nov. 19, discusses being Latinx at the University.

A Real Pill: Students Question Birth Control Stigma

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on A Real Pill: Students Question Birth Control Stigma

Birth control pills, whether for birth control or for menstrual issues, come with baggage.

Linda Sarsour Discusses Reclaiming Arab Identities and Intersectionality

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer . Comments Off on Linda Sarsour Discusses Reclaiming Arab Identities and Intersectionality

Linda Sarsour hosted a discussion “Reclaiming Arab Identities and Intersectionality in Activism” on Thursday, Nov. 11.

Foul Play: When Performing Produces Anxiety

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Foul Play: When Performing Produces Anxiety

From backstage drama to parental attendance at not-so-wholesome performances, being involved in student theater productions is more complex than it might seem.

Ideas and Potions Brew at the Zymurgy Collective

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Ideas and Potions Brew at the Zymurgy Collective

Students resurrected the Zymurgy Collective, which has fermented into a thriving organization.

Krinitsky ’17 Creates Petition to Repeal Federal Reserve Act

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Krinitsky ’17 Creates Petition to Repeal Federal Reserve Act

Drew Krinitsky ’17 encouraged students to sign his petition to repeal the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 by holding an event in Usdan Friday, Oct. 30.

David Halperin Discusses Bathhouses, Adele, and Aristotle

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. 2 Comments

The University of Michigan’s David Halperin came to the University to offer some insight into the world of gay bathhouses, tying in Adele and Aristotle along the way.

Student EMTs Rush to the Rescue

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Student EMTs Rush to the Rescue

Student EMTs gain hands-on experience handling emergency situations in Connecticut and beyond.

Allison ’85 Named Middletown’s First Poet Laureate

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer . Comments Off on Allison ’85 Named Middletown’s First Poet Laureate

Susan Allison ’85, Middletown resident and founder of the Buttonwood Tree, was recently named Middletown’s first-ever Poet Laureate.

University’s Greek Community Hosts Inaugural Harvest Festival

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer . Comments Off on University’s Greek Community Hosts Inaugural Harvest Festival

The University’s InterGreek Council Hosted its first-ever Harvest Festival during Saturday’s football game.

Singled Out: Same-Sex Halls on Campus

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

Most dorms have co-ed floors. In the select few single-gender halls, a sense of community has formed.

Professor Bagchi of UConn Discusses Plant Diversity

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Professor Bagchi of UConn Discusses Plant Diversity

University of Connecticut’s (UConn) Assistant Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Robert Bagchi spoke about drivers and consequences of plant diversity in a changing world

Women Choose Not to Shave, World as We Know It Goes on

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Women Choose Not to Shave, World as We Know It Goes on

Increasingly, women are setting down their razors in protest of social norms and the cost of shaving cream. Women here at the University are no exception.

Combat Paper Project Comes to Wes

by Camille De Beus, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Combat Paper Project Comes to Wes

The Combat Paper Project came to the University for this past weekend, from Friday, Sept. 25 to Monday, Sept. 28.

University Panel Sparked Discussion On Syrian Refugees

by Camille De Beus, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on University Panel Sparked Discussion On Syrian Refugees

The University hosted a panel titled “Refugee or Migrant? The European Crisis in Historical Perspective” on Thurs. Sept. 17.

PCSE Launches Inaugural Crowdfunding Campaign

by Camille De Beus, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on PCSE Launches Inaugural Crowdfunding Campaign

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