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Letter From the Editors: A Retrospective Look at This Semester at The Argus

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High Rise and Low Rise Apartments Face Hot Water Shortage

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Recapping F1 in 2022 Ahead of the Miami Grand Prix

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Marvel’s “Moon Knight” Stumbles, But Finds Its Footing in Dark, Psychological Tone

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University Reaches Settlement with Delta Kappa Epsilon in Seven-Year Lawsuit

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Emilia Romagna GP Review: Red Bull Takes Dominant 1–2 Finish as Ferrari Struggles in Imola

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Stefanos Tsitsipas Defends Monte Carlo Masters Title, Starting Clay Season Strong

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Sustainability Office Organizes Events to Celebrate Earth Month

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Australian GP Review: Leclerc Dominates as F1 Returns to Melbourne

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“Our Flag Means Death” Tells a Heartwarmingly Queer Pirate Story

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Saudi Arabian GP Review: Verstappen Heads Double Ferrari Podium After Controversial Weekend in Jeddah

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Bahrain GP Review: Ferrari Takes 1–2 Finish in F1 2022 Season Opener

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With Three Titles, Rafael Nadal Storms to Dream Season Start in 2022

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Sustainability Office Continues WesPass Program for Spring Semester

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Formula One Returns in 2022 with Pre-Season Track Sessions in Barcelona

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Rho Epsilon Pi Disaffiliates From Greek Life

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“The Book of Boba Fett” Season 1 Blends “Star Wars” History and “The Mandalorian”

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City of Middletown Hosts Second Return to the Riverbend Community Workshop

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Letter from the Editors: Jem Shin ’23 and Oliver Cope ’23

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Rafael Nadal Takes Record 21st Grand Slam at 2022 Australian Open

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In Season 3, “Succession” Continues to Stun, Shock, and Stress Out Viewers

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F1 2021 Season Review and Championship Predictions Ahead of Title-Deciding Season Finale

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Saudi Arabian GP Review: Hamilton Wins Contentious First Race in Jeddah to Level Championship Battle Ahead of Final Race

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Three Sophomores Selected to Join International Student Advisory Board

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Qatar GP Review: Hamilton Takes Second Consecutive Win Amid Tire Drama in the Desert

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University Requires COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shot for Spring Semester

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University ITS to Retire Airwes Wi-Fi Network in January 2022

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São Paulo GP Review: Hamilton Dominates Difficult Weekend at Interlagos to Earn 101st Win

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Mexico City GP Review: Verstappen Dominates in Mexico as Pérez Brings Home Fourth Double Red Bull Podium

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Cross Talk: “Eternals” Is a Fascinating Marvel Misfire

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“The French Dispatch” Is Definitely a Wes Anderson Movie

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Federal Jury Rules in Favor of Gilead Community Services

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United States GP Review: Verstappen Takes First Win in the US and Extends Championship Lead in Austin

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City of Middletown Hosts Return to the Riverbend Community Workshop

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Kelly Dunn Joins University as Dean for Class of 2025

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University Completes Second Phase of Steam to Hot Water Pipe Conversion Over Summer

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Daniel Craig Delivers His Final Goodbye to James Bond in “No Time to Die”

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Public Safety Releases Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report

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Turkish GP Review: Bottas Earns 10th Win as Verstappen Retakes Championship Lead

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WesPass Pilot Program Offers Students Free Rides on Middletown Area Transit Buses

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Student Ombuds Launches Pilot Program

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Russian GP Review: In the Rain, Hamilton Reigns Supreme to Take Win 100

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Eight New First-Year Senators Elected to WSA for Fall Semester

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Office of International Student Affairs Hires Morgan Keller As New Director

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Public Affairs Center and Art Gallery Construction Project Breaks Ground

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WSA Textbook Exchange Program Reopens for Fourth Year Amid Lightened COVID-19 Restrictions

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Three First-Years Join International Student Advisory Board

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Percent of Remote Students Sees Slight Increase From Fall Semester to 15.3%

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Seven Students, Three Employees Test Positive as Students Return for Spring Semester

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Three Hundred and Sixteen Students Approved to Remain on Campus Through Thanksgiving Break

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University Announces Calendar for Spring 2021

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International Student Advisory Board Launches Buddy Program

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Cardinal Cafe in Freeman Athletic Center to Open on Oct. 12

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Fifteen Percent of Enrolled Undergraduate Students Studying Remotely for Fall Semester

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Three Students and Two Employees Test Positive for COVID-19 As Campus Reopens

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President Roth Discusses International Student Concerns via Zoom Forum

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Statewide Hospitalizations Continue Decreasing as Lamont Reveals Plan for Colleges and Universities to Open

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International Students Reflect on University Closure

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320 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Middletown as Lamont Begins to Consider Reopening State

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255 COVID-19 Cases in Middletown as State Begins to See Decrease in Hospitalizations

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Middletown COVID-19 Related Fatalities Spike as Cases Across the City, County, and State Continue to Rise

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Florsheim Announces 3 Middletown COVID-19 Related Fatalities as Confirmed CT Cases Rise

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Officials Brace for Statewide COVID-19 Peak, with 56 Confirmed Cases in Middletown as State Total Surpasses 7,000

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Daily Tracking as COVID-19 Spreads in Connecticut

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Middletown COVID-19 Cases Rise to 29 as Connecticut Nears 4,000

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18 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Middletown as Connecticut Total Passes 2,500

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First Middletown Resident Tests Positive for COVID-19

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First COVID-19 Cases in Middlesex County Confirmed as Virus Continues to Spread in Connecticut

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Connecticut and City of Middletown Prepare for Spread of COVID-19

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University Announces Switch to Remote Learning, Able Students Expected to Move Out by March 23

by Emmy Hughes, Hannah Reale, Sasha Linden-Cohen, Jem Shin, Executive Editors, Editor in Chief, and Assistant News Editor. 8 Comments

University Advises Against International Travel as COVID-19 Continues to Spread

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City of Middletown and Middletown Public Schools Hold Forum on Budget Priorities

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Dean of Equity and Inclusion Teshia Levy-Grant ’00 to Leave University

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CT Dept. of Transportation to Begin Construction on Arrigoni Bridge and St. John’s Square

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University Changes Dining & Meal Plans for Next Semester

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Summerfields to Remain Open Over Spring Break

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Memorial Service Commemorates Lives Lost in Kleen Energy Plant Explosion

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Bachelor of Liberal Studies Degree to Graduate First Student in May

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North End Action Team Holds Planning and Zoning Community Meeting

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15 New Student Forums Approved for Spring Semester

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New Courses in Civic Engagement Offered Under E2020 Initiative

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Board of Trustees Votes on the Future of the Green Fund

by Jem Shin, Malachi Ashley, Staff Writer and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Board of Trustees Votes on the Future of the Green Fund

Third Annual International Education Week Focuses on Reassessing Internationalism

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Ed Ungvarsky ’90 Talks Law Career and Private Practice

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East Asian Outreach Program Begins First Student-Led Year

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Resource Center Debuts Self Sessions Series

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Public Safety Debuts Bike Rental Program

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International Student Advisory Board Aims to Improve the Experiences of International Students

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Author Sarah Townsend ’90 Returns to Discuss Memoir

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New Student Forums Approved for Fall Semester

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Project No Red Zone Begins Fourth Year

by Jocelyn Maeyama, Jem Shin, News Editor and Contributing Writer. 1 Comment

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