Emma Davis

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Love in the Time of Zika: To Prevent Microcephaly, Brazil Must Embrace Safe Sex

by Emma Davis, Arts Editor. Comments Off on Love in the Time of Zika: To Prevent Microcephaly, Brazil Must Embrace Safe Sex

“People Places Things” is Artfully Awkward and Refreshingly Realistic; Charms With Indie Authenticity

by Emma Davis, Arts Editor. Comments Off on “People Places Things” is Artfully Awkward and Refreshingly Realistic; Charms With Indie Authenticity

Douglas Cannon Society, Demystified

by Emma Davis, Rajaa Elidrissi, Staff Writer & Community Editor. Comments Off on Douglas Cannon Society, Demystified

The Argus examines the secret society with custody of the infamous cannon.

Faust Lecture in Ethics Tackles Questions of Mental Agency

by Emma Davis, Community Editor. 1 Comment

This year’s panel delved into deep brain stimulation and human-mouse chimeras.

Recipe: A Winter Dinner to Warm the Soul

by Emma Davis, Community Editor. 1 Comment

Here’s how to transform your leftover pumpkin and winter greens into a hearty meal.

Who Wore it Wes: Lauren Langer

by Emma Davis, Community Editor. Comments Off on Who Wore it Wes: Lauren Langer

Lauren Langer ’16 sat down with The Argus to explain her effortless style.

The Wheels on the Bike: How Cycling Can Change Your Whole Perspective

by Emma Davis, edavis. 1 Comment

Not Forgotten: What Happened to the WesACB?

by Rajaa Elidrissi, Emma Davis, Contributing Writer and Community Editor. 1 Comment

The Argus investigates the disappearance of the WesACB, an anonymous platform known for slut-shaming, racial slurs, and more.

Look What I Did: Summer Internships

by Emma Davis, Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Courtney Laermer, Isabel Fattal, Peter Cornillie, Community Editor, Arts Editor, New Editor, Assistant Opinion Editor, and Contributing Writer. 1 Comment

Students share stories from internships that were about a lot more than getting coffee.

How to Get More Art on Your Walls

by Emma Davis, Community Editor. Comments Off on How to Get More Art on Your Walls

A handy guide to room decoration from an art-obsessed upperclassman

CAPS Tends to Student Mental Health Amidst Understaffing

by Emma Davis, Noah Mertz, Rebecca Brill, Gwendolyn Rosen, Features Editor, Food Editor, Photo Editor, and Editor-in-Chief. 5 Comments

The Counseling and Psychological Servics program on campus provides a vital resource, but faces understaffing and overwhelming demand.

Full House Communal Dinner

by Emma Davis, Food Editor . Comments Off on Full House Communal Dinner

Food Fight: Is The Meal Plan Enough?

by Jess Zalph, Emma Davis, Erica DeMichiel, Food Editor and Assistant Food Editor. Comments Off on Food Fight: Is The Meal Plan Enough?

In Full House and Outhouse, Cooking Builds Community

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. Comments Off on In Full House and Outhouse, Cooking Builds Community

The Best Ingredients Come in Threes: Simple But Scrumptious Recipes

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. 1 Comment

What We’ve Been Watching: Top Films from Spring Break

by Emma Davis, William Donnelly, Michael Darer, Assistant Food Editor, Staff Writer & Staff Writer. Comments Off on What We’ve Been Watching: Top Films from Spring Break

Bringing Order to Eating Disorder Conversations: Interview with Sarah Koppelkam ’15

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. Comments Off on Bringing Order to Eating Disorder Conversations: Interview with Sarah Koppelkam ’15

College Birthdays: When Cake Is Enough

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. 1 Comment

The Glitch Mob Misses The Mark on Love Death Immortality

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor . Comments Off on The Glitch Mob Misses The Mark on Love Death Immortality

A Farewell to Grudges, The Worst Best Friends I Ever Made

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. 1 Comment

Italian Soul Food: Gnocchi With Spinach and Pine Nuts

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. Comments Off on Italian Soul Food: Gnocchi With Spinach and Pine Nuts

Omelette Line: Worth the Wait, for Some

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. Comments Off on Omelette Line: Worth the Wait, for Some

Series of Leadership Seminars to Address Safety and Intervention at Wes

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. Comments Off on Series of Leadership Seminars to Address Safety and Intervention at Wes

Students Debate the Dining Experience They Prefer, Home or School

by Jess Zalph, Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor, Food Editor. Comments Off on Students Debate the Dining Experience They Prefer, Home or School

Infinite Jest: More Than an Endurance Test

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. Comments Off on Infinite Jest: More Than an Endurance Test

Sbona Remembers 18 Years at Deli’s Helm

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor. Comments Off on Sbona Remembers 18 Years at Deli’s Helm

Food Fight: Home Cooking for the Holidays?

by Emma Davis, Erica DeMichiel, Assistant Food Editors. Comments Off on Food Fight: Home Cooking for the Holidays?

Clark Hall’s Cookie-Cook Off Adds Flair to Classic Chocolate Chip

by Emma Davis, Assistant Food Editor . Comments Off on Clark Hall’s Cookie-Cook Off Adds Flair to Classic Chocolate Chip

WSA Resolution Seeks Fossil Fuel Divestment

by Emma Davis, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

The Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA) recently passed “Resolution 5.35: Fossil Fuel Divestment,” which urges the University to divest from fossil fuels. The resolution, first introduced on Oct. 6 and passed on Oct. 27, proposes divestment as a means of furthering social and environmental justice on a financial level. Citing the University’s Climate Action Plan and its stance against the negative impact of fossil fuels, the resolution addresses the seeming hypocrisy of the University’s current investments.

Publishing Workshops Seek to Enlighten on Font and Formatting

by Emma Davis, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

On Thursday, Oct. 31, Ford Fellow Piers Gelly ’13 hosted the second workshop in the Publishing Workshop Series, which aims to familiarize students with the basics of layout, typography, and printing.

Food Fight: Bugging Out

by Emma Davis, Erica DeMichiel, Staff Writers. Comments Off on Food Fight: Bugging Out

second section, first paragraph: “Disruptions: Silicon Valley’s Next Stop: The Kitchen,”
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Keep Wes Weird: 2017’s Food Quirks

by Emma Davis, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Keep Wes Weird: 2017’s Food Quirks

Chocolate Chai That Will Blow Your Mai…nd

by Emma Davis, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Chocolate Chai That Will Blow Your Mai…nd

Food Fight: Students Debate Calorie Counts

by Gilad Lipman, Emma Davis, Erica DeMichiel, Contributing Writers. 27 Comments

Fraternity, Red Cross Promote October Blood Drive

by Emma Davis, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Fraternity, Red Cross Promote October Blood Drive

Self-Created Spaces: Dorm Portraits Showcase Student Identities

by Emma Davis, Contributing Writer. 2 Comments

Dear Diary: Freshman Chronicles Dining Discoveries

by Emma Davis, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Dear Diary: Freshman Chronicles Dining Discoveries

Steam Line Construction Causes Frustration Among Hewitt Residents

by Emma Davis, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Steam Line Construction Causes Frustration Among Hewitt Residents

Those passing by Foss Hill recently may have wondered about the enormous pile of dirt towering above a fenced-in enclosure on the edge of the field. Construction workers are repairing a central steam line that failed in January of last year. The steam line itself consists of three 444-foot-long segments, making a total of 1,332 feet of piping to be installed. One segment runs from the power plant on Williams Street and services Nicolson 6 and 7 and Hewitt 8, 9, and 10, and the other two segments carry the water condensate produced when the steam’s energy is consumed.

New campus center, new mailing addresses

by Lisa Davis, . Comments Off on New campus center, new mailing addresses

It seems not that long ago that the opening of the new Usdan Campus Center was 4-5 years down the road. We are now looking at only six months until that momentous occasion. Wesleyan Station would like to do everything possible to make our students’ transition to the new facility as smooth and efficient as possible.

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