Jenny Davis

160 Articles

Former Dean Scott Backer Arrested in West Hartford

by Jenny Davis, Jake Lahut, Executive Editor and Editor-in-Chief. 17 Comments

Jess Brennan ’17: Hockey Star, Future Lieutenant

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WesCeleb: Oliver Goodman ’17 and Freddy Goodman ’17

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Who Wore it Wes: Veronica Harrington ’17

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Threatening Posters Alarm Students & Administration

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

University to Move Forward With Equity and Inclusion Resource Center

by Jenny Davis, Executive Editor. 1 Comment

“The Act of Telling is Part of the Resistance”: A Conversation with Eli Clare

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Love Stories (and Chocolate) for V-Day

by Jenny Davis, Rebecca Brill, Executive Editor & Editor Emerita. Leave a Comment

WesCeleb: Sara Dean ’17

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Who Wore It Wes: Rebecca Hutman ’17

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University Plans External Title IX Review

by Jenny Davis, Molly Schiff, Executive Editor and News Editor . 1 Comment

“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 Open Board of Trustees Meeting, Meeting Adjourns Twice

by Jenny Davis, Editor-in-Chief. 11 Comments

University Moves to Dismiss Case Filed by DKE

by Erica DeMichiel, Jenny Davis, Editors-in-Chief. 1 Comment

Students Walk Out in Protest of Trump, Demand Sanctuary Campus

by Jenny Davis, Jake Lahut, Editor-in-Chief & Features Editor. Comments Off on Students Walk Out in Protest of Trump, Demand Sanctuary Campus

Editorial: How The Argus Intends To Cover a Trump Presidency

by Devonaire Ortiz, Erica DeMichiel, Jenny Davis, Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Voices Editor, Editors-in-Chief, & News Editor. 3 Comments

The Man Behind the Emails: A Conversation with Paul Turenne

by Jenny Davis, Editor-in-Chief. 2 Comments

WesCeleb: Key Session ’17

by Jenny Davis, Editor-in-Chief. Comments Off on WesCeleb: Key Session ’17

Wave of Post-Election Hate Crimes Hits Wesleyan

by Devonaire Ortiz, Jenny Davis, Editor-in-Chief & Voices Editor. 2 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

Professor’s Bookshelf: Gina Athena Ulysse

by Jenny Davis, Editor-in-Chief. 1 Comment

NAGPRA Revisited: Negotiating Culture, Legalities, and Challenges at Wesleyan and Beyond

by Jenny Davis, Emmet Teran, Editor-in-Chief, Arts Editor. Comments Off on NAGPRA Revisited: Negotiating Culture, Legalities, and Challenges at Wesleyan and Beyond

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

Wes Needs CAPS Campaign Aims to Expand Mental Health Services

by Jenny Davis, Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Jake Lahut, Editor-in-Chief, News Editor, & Features Editor. 1 Comment

At Admissions Open House, Protesters Disrupt Tours, Take Over Roth Talk

by Jenny Davis, Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Jake Lahut, Editor-in-Chief, News Editor, & Features Editor. 45 Comments

WesCeleb: Yael Horowitz

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Tensions Heighten in the Wake of Scott Backer Scandal

by Jenny Davis, Aaron Stagoff-Belfort, Gili Lipman, Jake Lahut, Editor-in-Chief, News Editors, Features Editor. 13 Comments

Two Hundred Students Call for Removal of Roth, Farias in Open Town Hall Meeting

by Erica DeMichiel, Jenny Davis, Editors-in-Chief. 7 Comments

University Reels from Scott Backer Firing Over Sexual Misconduct

by Jenny Davis, Gili Lipman, Jake Lahut, Editor-in-Chief, News Editor, and Features Editor. 28 Comments

Professor’s Bookshelf: Laura Grappo

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The Other Wesleyans

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In Defense Of: “The Real Housewives of New York City”

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WesCeleb: Evelysse Vargas ’17

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Life in the MidWes: Jesus Christ

by Jenny Davis, Domestic Correspondant . Comments Off on Life in the MidWes: Jesus Christ

(Pro-) Life in the MidWes

by Jenny Davis, Domestic Correspondent. 1 Comment

The Privilege of Humility: Removing the Self From Success

by Jenny Davis, Domestic Correspondent. 3 Comments

Life in the MidWes: “New York Values” in the Heartland

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Who Wore it Wes: Michael Meere

by Jenny Davis, Domestic Correspondent. Comments Off on Who Wore it Wes: Michael Meere

Life in the MidWes: So Much for Paris

by Jenny Davis, Domestic Correspondent. 1 Comment

Cool-Headed: Millinsky Talks Hats

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 10 Comments

Rihanna wears hats designed by Alexandre Daillance ’19 and his team at NASASEASONS. So why is he afraid to approach a girl in his psychology class?

Who Wore it Wes: Teapot Glusac ’18 Keeps It Cozy

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 30 Comments

Teapot Glusac combines comfort and cuteness, sporting baggy sweaters, soft socks, and earth tones.

How to Survive Thanksgiving if You’re Vegan

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 31 Comments

If you’re foregoing meat (and dairy, and eggs) this Thanksgiving, things can get a little hairy. Here’s how to be diplomatic and uncompromising.

The White Devil in the Details

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 54 Comments

Who Wore it Wes: Gabby Arias ’17 Goes Back to Basics

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 29 Comments

Arias’ elegant wardrobe proves that “neutral” doesn’t have to mean “blah.”

Roll Model: Gray ’92 Reigns as Ms. Wheelchair Texas

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 2 Comments

Shelly Gray ’92, who currently reigns as Ms. Wheelchair Texas, is far from your typical pageant girl.

This Weekend, Dine off the Beaten Path

by Nicole Boyd, Jenny Davis, Features Editor and Assistant Features Editor. Comments Off on This Weekend, Dine off the Beaten Path

Your family is hard to satisfy, but these Middletown eateries offer something that will make everybody happy.

Who Wore It Wes: Carolyn Dundes ’17 Combines the Art of the Bowtie with the Ease of the Beanie

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on Who Wore It Wes: Carolyn Dundes ’17 Combines the Art of the Bowtie with the Ease of the Beanie

Dundes talked to The Argus about saying good-bye to dresses for good, splurging on bowties, and styling outside the gender binary.

Love the Way You Lie

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 23 Comments

WesCeleb: Joe Nucci

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Your latest WesCeleb, Joe Nucci ’16 sat down with The Argus to talk about dressing up as a naughty schoolgirl for Halloween, being brutally honest, and wanting to go on a date with conservative economist and historian Thomas Sowell.

WesCeleb: Robert Ramos

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Robert Ramos ’16 wants to be your friend. This week’s WesCeleb, Ramos sat down with The Argus to talk about marine biology, Zayn Malik, and his drag persona—the alluring Layla Cascade.

WesCeleb: Sadichchha Adhikari

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Adhikari sat down with The Argus to talk about New England fall, the magic of curry powder, and her killer eyebrows.

Imaginary Letter from Historical Wes: 1869

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on Imaginary Letter from Historical Wes: 1869

What was happening at the University in 1869? Tumbling, evidently.

Fusion Bakery Melds Traditional Techniques with New Tastes

by Jenny Davis, Haenah Kwon, Features Editor and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Fusion Bakery Melds Traditional Techniques with New Tastes

This Middletown Bakery holds itself to high standards for its customers, with old-school baking, original recipes, and only one dropped cake.

Who Wore It Wes: Jessica Park ’17 Bundles Up for Fall

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 2 Comments

In our first fashion column of the year, Jessica Park ’17 discusses how she puts outfits together in the morning and why her favorite seasons to dress for are fall and spring.

WesCeleb: Emma Buford

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Emma Buford ’16, our latest WesCeleb, dishes on playing a caveperson, bridging the great Usdan divide, and spinning the bottle.

WesCeleb: Willie Zabar

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This stand-up comic got deep with The Argus. We sat down to talk about the elusive high of performing, masculinity and emotional vulnerability, and his intense passion for archiving.

Wes Meets World: Men of the Cloth

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on Wes Meets World: Men of the Cloth

Meet the guys who have been changing the fabric of reality since they debuted their hemp-based streetwear line in the Butts.

The Argus Welcomes New Tenure-Track Faculty

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on The Argus Welcomes New Tenure-Track Faculty

New tenure-track faculty dish on their journeys to Wes, the projects that excite them, and what they do when they’re not teaching.

Risk Symposium Leaps Into Unknown

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 1 Comment

A day-long symposium explored what Arabic music, climate change, feminism, and Tibetan refugees have in common.

WesCeleb: Mike Matthews

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Wes Meets World: Ella Dawson

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 23 Comments

Professor’s Bookshelf: Michael Roth

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Wanting to Be Better Than Myself, Not Better Than You

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A Day in the Historical Life: (Imaginary) Letter from Student to Grandmother, 1970

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Ditch the Dean’s List

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor . 4 Comments

Shut Up and Decide

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor . 1 Comment

Student Groups Clash Over Politics of Israel and Palestine

by Matthew Wallock, Jenny Davis, Features Editor and Contributing Writer. 72 Comments

Israel and Palestine in Middletown: Meet the Key Players

by Jenny Davis, Matthew Wallock, Features Editor and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Israel and Palestine in Middletown: Meet the Key Players

My Own 100 Cents

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 4 Comments

WesCeleb: Dylan Nelson

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 1 Comment

Isabella Banks ’15 To Travel World On Prestigious Watson Fellowship

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on Isabella Banks ’15 To Travel World On Prestigious Watson Fellowship

With $30,000 from the Watson Fellowship, Banks will study restorative justice.

Confessions of a Failed University Major

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 2 Comments

Fangirl With A Plangirl

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PossePlus Retreat Examines Crime

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on PossePlus Retreat Examines Crime

Students and faculty gathered in Ivoryton, Conn. for an in-depth look at the United States criminal justice system.

How to Have Flexible, Not Spineless, Opinions

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on How to Have Flexible, Not Spineless, Opinions

I Can’t Believe It’s Nut Butter

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on I Can’t Believe It’s Nut Butter

Put down that jar of Skippy and start experimenting with nut butter, with the help of this handy guide.

Money Makes the World Go ’Round, and I Want the World in My Pocket

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on Money Makes the World Go ’Round, and I Want the World in My Pocket

I Remember Everything

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Oh, The Places You’ll Bone: Sexy Valentine’s Date Ideas

by Nicole Boyd, Jenny Davis, Features Editor and Assistant Features Editor. 1 Comment

10 Y.A. Novels To Read In Lieu Of Going On A Date

by Rebecca Brill, Jenny Davis, Features Editors. Comments Off on 10 Y.A. Novels To Read In Lieu Of Going On A Date

“Just” Friends? I Don’t Think So!

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on “Just” Friends? I Don’t Think So!

WesCeleb: Nick Martino ’15

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. Comments Off on WesCeleb: Nick Martino ’15

Nick Martino ’15 discusses his senior thesis (a novel), regrets his middle school self, and reveals what goes down at all-boy sleepovers.

Professor’s Bookshelf: Lily Saint

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Assistant Professor of English Lily Saint talks ethics, reading, and the luxury of a Victorian novel.

Busy As A Beaver? Nobody Gives A Dam

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Got Milk? No Whey!

by Jenny Davis, Features Editor. 1 Comment

Are You Racist?

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Under The Covers: Get Intimate With These Books

by Jenny Davis, Rebecca Brill, Max Lee, Features Editors and Assistant Features Editor. Comments Off on Under The Covers: Get Intimate With These Books

Forever Going on Sixty-Seven

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor . Comments Off on Forever Going on Sixty-Seven

When Work and School Collide: The Status of Work-Study

by Matthew Wallock, Jenny Davis, Contributing Writer and Opinion Editor. 2 Comments

Work-study students often must work long hours for low pay, which potentially takes a toll on the rest of their Wesleyan life.

Talk Body To Me

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor . 1 Comment

UChicago Professor Looks at the History of Jews in Iraq

by Jenny Davis, Matthew Wallock, Contributing Writer and Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

UChicago Professor Orit Bashkin lectured on the disappearance of Jews from Iraq in the 1960s and a time when Jews and Muslims cohabited the country.

Spoiler Alert: The Dog Dies

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Honestly, It’s Boring To Me

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor . 1 Comment

A Day in the Historical Life: Letter Home From Wes, 1914

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor . Comments Off on A Day in the Historical Life: Letter Home From Wes, 1914

The Argus explores the life of a typical Wesleyan student from 100 years ago.

Revived Student Group Rallies Wesleyan Republicans

by Jenny Davis, Matthew Wallock, Opinion Editor and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Revived Student Group Rallies Wesleyan Republicans

The Wesleyan Republican Club aims to vary the University’s political landscape and spark spirited debate.

Be Yourself? Who’s That?

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor . 1 Comment

In Sickness And In Health: On Empathy and Ebola

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

In Stitches: Pamela Roose Knits Close Community

by Jenny Davis, Haenah Kwon, Opinion Editor and Staff Writer. Comments Off on In Stitches: Pamela Roose Knits Close Community

Pamela Roose, a knitting supplies store, brings the comfort of home to the Middletown community.

Behind the Scenes: ‘In The Heights’ Takes Theater To New Levels

by Max Lee, Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Behind the Scenes: ‘In The Heights’ Takes Theater To New Levels

“In the Heights” takes Wesleyan theater in a new direction and provides a home for its cast.

Slap, Grab, Pull: In Defense of Self-Defense

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor. 6 Comments

Can’t Sleep? Count Insomniacs

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WesCeleb: Eriq Robinson

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The Argus has a candid discussion with music major Eriq Robinson about art, religion, and a very pretentious piece of chewed gum.

Coffee with a Side of Community

by Jenny Davis, Haenah Kwon, Opinion Editor and Staff Writer. Comments Off on Coffee with a Side of Community

A new location on William St. offers companionship in the form of a coffee and gift shop.

Freedom Summer Commemoration Looks Back to Move Forward

by Jenny Davis, Sadie Renjilian, Opinion Editor and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Freedom Summer Commemoration Looks Back to Move Forward

This past weekend, Wesleyan hosted a powerful commemoration of the 50th anniversity of the Freedom Summer of 1964.

Jenny and the Bee

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor. 2 Comments

They were only games—until they weren’t.

Get Friendly with Friendsy

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Friendzoned: Social App to Launch on Campus

Great Expectations? Not Quite.

by Jenny Davis, Opinion Editor . Comments Off on Great Expectations? Not Quite.

Don’t Get Your Hopes Up: College Isn’t That Great

Physics Professor Sees Research Potential in Optics Grant

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on Physics Professor Sees Research Potential in Optics Grant

JD is for Juvenile Delinquent

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Startup Showcase To Feature Alumni Work

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Thank You, Ann Coulter

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 11 Comments

Forum Presents Plan for Sustainable Landscape Design

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 4 Comments

Roth’s New Book Makes Case for Liberal Education

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on Roth’s New Book Makes Case for Liberal Education

WesCeleb: Jessica Francois ’14

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Choosing to Live in the Past

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Art and Science of Chemical Demonstrations to Light Up WesFest

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Alumnae Present at “Female Frontiers” Conference

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Local Tofu Factory is Anything But Bland

by Haenah Kwon, Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Local Tofu Factory is Anything But Bland

Slavery: Out of Sight, Out of Mind?

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Decarcerate Forum Organizes Activists Against Local Juvenile Lockup Facility

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A Rose by Any Other Name…Would Be a Whole Lot More Original

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on A Rose by Any Other Name…Would Be a Whole Lot More Original

Heavy Stuff: New Club Promotes Fitness, Nutrition

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Sniff, Sniff: On Being Pathetic and Loving It

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Documentary Series to Depict Destruction of Sacred Sites

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Research Takes on New Dimensions with 3D Printers

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 2 Comments

Born to Run: The Case for the Race

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WSA, Dean Whaley to Adapt Appeals Process

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on WSA, Dean Whaley to Adapt Appeals Process

Students Advocate Healthcare Reform in Guatemala

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WSA, Dean Whaley to Adapt Appeals Process

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinions Editor. Comments Off on WSA, Dean Whaley to Adapt Appeals Process

Have a Heart: Why Feb. 14 Is the Best Day of the Year

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on Have a Heart: Why Feb. 14 Is the Best Day of the Year

Cult-ure: What The World Needs

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on Cult-ure: What The World Needs

Student Forums Combine Theory and Practice for Immersive Learning

by Sonya Levine, Jenny Davis, Gabe Rosenberg, Staff Writer, Assistant Opinion Editor, and Feature Editor. Comments Off on Student Forums Combine Theory and Practice for Immersive Learning

“Looking for Palestine”: Memoir Explores Politics of the Mind

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on “Looking for Palestine”: Memoir Explores Politics of the Mind

The Holy Rail: Trains Right on Track Since 1550

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on The Holy Rail: Trains Right on Track Since 1550

Sustainability Office Gives Students The Green Light

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on Sustainability Office Gives Students The Green Light

As Time Goes Pi

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“Gulp”: A Tale Worth Swallowing

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Empowerment Takes Form: Lily Myers and Kate Weiner Start Feminist Blog

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The Fault in Our Stars: Celebrity Schadenfreude

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on The Fault in Our Stars: Celebrity Schadenfreude

I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do Support Polygamy

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Psychology Research Spans Many Fields, Cultures, Decades (Part II)

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It’s All Up From Here: Canadian Students Reflect on Thanksgiving, Humour, Stereotypes

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on It’s All Up From Here: Canadian Students Reflect on Thanksgiving, Humour, Stereotypes

I Scream, You Scream…

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. Comments Off on I Scream, You Scream…

Psychology Research Spans Many Fields, Cultures, Decades [Part 1]

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 3 Comments

The Heart of Darkness

by Jenny Davis, Assistant Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

Knot Your Average Slackers: Middletown Residents Bring A Fine Balance To Campus

by Jenny Davis, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Knot Your Average Slackers: Middletown Residents Bring A Fine Balance To Campus

Pumpkin Fest Welcomes Autumn, Fosters Community

by Jenny Davis, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Pumpkin Fest Welcomes Autumn, Fosters Community

Laura Cohen ’14, in overalls and braids, walked over to the long line of people waiting for free veggie burgers.

“Marigolds?” she offered, and began passing out fresh yellow flowers.

Do A Carrel Roll: Seniors Discuss Thesis Progress

by Jenny Davis, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Do A Carrel Roll: Seniors Discuss Thesis Progress

Here’s to You, Judy Blume—Just As Long As You’re Awkward

by Jenny Davis, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Here’s to You, Judy Blume—Just As Long As You’re Awkward

Tour Take 2: Reimagining A Prefrosh Visit

by Jenny Davis, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Tour Take 2: Reimagining A Prefrosh Visit

Ever since wrapping up the college process last year (if memory serves, that included ceremoniously recycling the enormous packets of information that accumulated in my desk drawer over the previous two years), I’ve tried to block out the trivia-packed tours, tedious information sessions, and awkward interviews of my past. But when I walked into the Office of Admission this Wednesday posing as a prospective student, it all came rushing back.

Cough Cough

by Jenny Davis, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

Sukkah Stakeout

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I Spy

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Bridging the Gap: Students Reflect on Taking Time Off

by Jenny Davis, Staff Writer. 2 Comments

WesCeleb: Jalen Alexander ’14

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Prodigy, Schmodigy: Why I Choose Perspiration

by Jenny Davis, Contributing Writer. 1 Comment

Naya Samuel ’14 Sheds New Perspectives on Dancing

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To B or to B-flat: Auditioners Strive Toward A Capella Aspirations

by Jenny Davis, Contributing Writer. 1 Comment

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