At 4 p.m. on April 12, students who chose the exam track for Departmental Honors in Government joined in the end of theses celebration on the steps of Olin Library.
He may share a name with a famous commodore and a famous Friends character, but Matt Perry ’11 is a campus celebrity in his own right.
Ever since he transferred to Wesleyan from University of Michigan his sophomore year, Mike Rosen ’11 has been making up for lost time. The self-proclaimed “3-D poet” sat down with The Argus to talk about his love of writing, Wesleyan, and his upcoming slam poetry series.
Last semester, a student group came to the Student Budgetary Committee (SBC) with an unusual request: two dildos, poster board, and Velcro.
Matt Lamothe ’09 is more than your average bartender. Dubbed “Chief Bar Operator” by John Gecewicz, the owner of the Cardinal’s Nest, Lamothe has been serving up drinks and ideas from behind the bar since the restaurant formally opened its doors in mid-September.
He’s traveled on chartered jumbo jets with Pope John Paul II, conversed with Martin Luther King, and covered 12 wars, six major political assassinations, eight hostage sieges, seven earthquakes, and even the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana
In the two weeks since his passing, much has been said in honor of Senator Edward Moore Kennedy of Massachusetts. During his 50 years of public service, Senator Kennedy fought tirelessly on behalf of those without a voice in politics, championing higher minimum wage laws, safer workplaces, equal voting rights, and universal health care.
Information on some of the First Year Initiatives being offered this fall.
The first issue of The Wesleyan Witness, the cover of which features a prominent photograph of Ronald Reagan against an American flag backdrop, did not go unnoticed. And that was exactly what the new conservative publication on campus wanted.