In 2013, University President Michael Roth received $735,393 in compensation, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Eric Lonergan plead guilty to charges in connection to the Molly/MDMA-related poisonings last February, after Zachary Kramer did the same last month.
Following President Michael Roth’s Nov. 18 all-campus email and #IsThisWhy’s response, Dean of Equity and Inclusion Antonio Farias issued a statement addressing campus inclusion as well as plans for change.
Zachary Kramer entered a plea deal today in connection to the Molly/MDMA-related poisonings last February.
During the Wesleyan Student Assembly’s (WSA) open forum on Sunday, Sept. 20, members of the Senate discussed a petition calling for a boycott of The Wesleyan Argus.
The Argus reviews documents from the case “Kent Literary Club et. al v. Wesleyan University et. al.”
Forty students held a sit-in in President Michael Roth’s office on Thursday, April 16 to protest the University’s investment in fossil fuels, the Israeli occupation of Palestine, and the prison-industrial complex. After meeting with the students on Friday morning, Roth agreed to endorse prison divestment, and the Coalition ended its sit-in.
“LGBTQQFAGPBDSM,” known within Wesleyan’s queer community as the “endless acronym,” became the source of online scrutiny following DKE’s lawsuit against the University.
One student still hospitalized at Hartford Hospital, will survive “against all odds.”
A total of 10 University students and two visitors were hospitalized on Sunday, Feb. 22. Currently, 11 students were released from Middletown’s Middlesex Hospital and Hartford Hospital, and one student remains hospitalized.
“We hope that everyone will stay safe and warm as the storm passes,” Whaley said.
“Rex was a large person with a large personality, and he will be missed by many here on campus,” Vice President for Student Affairs Michael Whaley wrote.
In response to a bill for police overtime during the Black Lives Matter March, President Michael Roth sent a check to Mayor Daniel Drew. Student organizers respond.
Trombone and visual collaboration sought to explore stillness.
Ariel Levy ’96 discusses her search for surprising stories and an an accurate portrayal of reality.
A MacArthur Genius filled Crowell Concert for much more than jazz last Saturday.
“The Legend of Korra” is far darker, and better, than any mere children’s show.
Part of the Center for the Arts’ (CFA) ongoing Muslim Women Voices series, the Planet Hip-Hop concert capped off a day of freestyling, verse-writing, and spiritual workshops.
With new producers, U2 bears its arena-sized heart on surprise album.
This innovative masters program brings together artists and communities.
Even so, Pitchfork’s newest list goes too far.
The Argus’ own Artsy answers frosh questions.
WeSlam is synonymous with Emily Weitzman ’14. A dance and English double major, Weitzman has participated in WeSlam since its founding; not only has she competed as part of the slam poetry team twice, but last year, she also acted as its coach all the way to Nationals. Weitzman talked with The Argus about writing poetry, strategy in slam competitions, and teaching kids in Kenya.
Bacon was particularly partial to the Parthenon, so when Olin wanted “an economical building that would nevertheless have a classical aura” for Wesleyan’s campus, Bacon came highly recommended. Although Bacon’s style meshed with the look Wesleyan was already developing, the sheer number of his designs for Wesleyan, including the Skull and Serpent Tomb (1914), Van Vleck Observatory (1914), Clark Hall (1915-1916), Hall Laboratory (1926), and Olin Library (1925-1929), solidified the era as his own.