Jonathan has made it her mission to help her family’s village in South Sudan in the midst of a civil war.
In Umberto Eco’s latest novel, conspiracy theories, the press, and lazy readers meet. The book disappoints.
This Spring, new courses offer new opportunities for students interested in topics in academia that are less-commonly taught.
The University hopes to ramp up the Observatory to be in compliance with ADA standards.
Grace Wong ’18 and the Radio Control Club showed The Argus how drones expose a different—and beautiful—view of campus.
A third suspect has been identified following the robbery of a University student last week, according to an email alert sent to students by Scott W. Rohde, the Director of Public Safety.
One camp hates Franzen; the other loves him. This reviewer falls somewhere in the middle.
For the past seven months, Amy Bloom has tackled the nation’s most pressing ethical quandaries.
A trainer airplane used to reside on the University’s campus. Students were not sad to see it go.
Miss summer? Prolong those gloriously carefree feelings with these leisure reads.
Margaret Thatcher famously stated that there is no alternative to capitalism. Spencer Brown ’18 and the Wesleyan Democratic Socialists disagree wholeheartedly. So why the stigma around socialism?
The organization Food Allergy & Education recently launched a pilot program at the University to raise awarness about and heighten sensitivity to food allergies.
Members of the Wesleyan Doula Project put aside their politics to provide emotional support for women.
The University science laboratories are home to 1,800 zebra fish, among other organisms used for testing.
The average grade given at the University is an A-minus. So what’s the big deal with grade inflation?
After 42 years as a University librarian, Erhard Konerding plans to devote himself to his eclectic passions.
This winter, as the Class of 2019 applies, Wesleyan’s new test-optional policy will get its first run.
WESU’s biannual record fair, happening on Sunday, will attract students and locals alike with music in a variety of genres.
At “Late Night with C. D. Wright,” students packed into the Shapiro Creative Writing Center for an intimate poetry reading.
Ajúa Campos, a Latin@ student group, held its first meeting of the semester on Sunday, September 21.