Ivan Maulana graduated at the end of the fall semester, but now he’s back, and is couch-surfing his way through the rest of the spring. The native Singaporean sat down with The Argus to talk about his past life as a fire fighter, his love of shotgunning a can of beer in mere seconds, and why the Coxswain is the most important position on the crew team.
A self described jack-of-all-trades, Dionne Anderson ’11 has spread her career at Wesleyan University over five years, taking time off to study and bartend in Tokyo and starting her own clothing line at a boutique in New York’s Lower East Side.
Students and faculty crowded into the lecture hall in the Public Affairs Center (PAC) last Thursday afternoon while a live feed of the massive protests in Cairo, Egypt were streamed from the Al Jazeera English website and projected onto a screen.
Gideon Finck returned to campus his senior year with a mission: to promote Narragansett beer by any means necessary.
Like Tennessee Williams and Max Fischer before him, Anthony Smith ’11 (perhaps better known as Anthony Bryan Lexington Smith) has taken the world of (campus) theatre by storm.
As a History professor, Judith Brown’s focus is the Italian Renaissance.
Most everyone loves Buffalo Wings—except for vegetarians—and with the big game right around the corner, we, your beloved Features Editors and self-proclaimed poultry experts, have taken it upon ourselves to embark on a search for the best Buffalo wings on and around campus.
The members of Prometheus, the University’s only fire spinning troupe, wasted no time rekindling their passion for danger this semester.
In light of the global economic downturn and the University’s attempts to make reductions to its budget, it was only a matter of time before the administration would begin to consider financial aid cuts as a cost-savings measure.
Malcolm Tent may be the only person on campus who’s never listened to MGMT, but that doesn’t stop students from flocking to his table in Usdan to search through stacks of records, concert DVDs, and bootlegs and chat about their favorite bands a few days each semester.
Luce is the perfect restaurant to take your parents out to when they visit, by which I mean it’s the perfect place for your parents to buy you a fancy Italian dinner over homecoming weekend.
This fall, students and faculty alike seem to be bracing for more than the usual long, cold winter. Swine Flu, that epidemic we all thought had petered out last spring, has slowly wheedled its way back into our collective consciousness.
It’s no secret that O’Rourke’s Diner is the crown jewel of Main Street’s restaurant row.
New Professors in 2009.