The Argus’ own Jenny Davis ’17 is moving up in the literary world, with her debut novel set to come out next year.
Professors Anthony Hatch and Jennifer Tucker used their expertise to apply social theories to the modern-day uses of technologies in social protests.
The WSA voted to support the Is This Why movement and addressed President Roth at the Nov. 22 WSA Senate meeting.
Following President Michael Roth’s Nov. 18 all-campus email and #IsThisWhy’s response, Dean of Equity and Inclusion Antonio Farias issued a statement addressing campus inclusion as well as plans for change.
Students of Color and allies marched from Foss to South College to read demands for the Univeristy to immediately address equity and inclusion on campus.
The Social Impact Summit brought together alumni for a weekend of workshops and discussion.
Resolution 4.37, passed at the Nov. 7 Senate Meeting, aims to increase transparency and participation in the WSA’s legislative process.
A forum was held on Thursday, Nov. 5 to address the possibility of implementing Meatless Mondays at the Usdan Marketplace.
Johnson-Thornton will assume the position of class dean beginning Nov. 16.
Local students from the Traverse Square Apartments and their student mentors will go trick-or-treating throughout Lo Rise and the first two floors of Hi Rise this week on Oct. 30.
Hyungsoo Kim ’02 returned to campus to share his experiences launching a successful Kickstarter Campaign.
In light of recent events surrounding equity, inclusion, and freedom of the press, concerned students invited local experts to address campus equity and inclusion from a legal standpoint.
Visiting Research Professor in the early 1970s and Max Tishler Professor of Chemistry, Satoshi Omura recently won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work on antiparasitic drugs.
On Thursday, Sept. 24, students and faculty members gathered in the Powell Family Cinema for a screening of Curtis Chin’s newly-completed documentary, “Tested.”
Wesleyan Advocates for Gender Equality (WAGE), a new student group, held its inaugural meeting on Thursday, Sept. 24.
During the Wesleyan Student Assembly’s (WSA) open forum on Sunday, Sept. 20, members of the Senate discussed a petition calling for a boycott of The Wesleyan Argus.
On Wednesday, Sept. 16 students and faculty gathered in the Memorial Chapel for the University’s first “State of School” address. Students were provided the opportunity to make their voices heard within the administrative and Board of Trustees discussions.
On Thursday, Sept. 17, the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life will hold its first “Right Now!” panel of the year.
This fall, the Center for the Study of Public Life is offering a new, partial-credit course designed to give students experience in the world of social entrepreneurship.
Vice President for Student Affairs Michael Whaley announced plans for the expansion of programming in response to the closing of Greek houses.
Students in Visiting Assistant Professor of History Amrys Williams digital history class are nearly ready to debut an interactive map of the University campus.
Middletown AAUW celebrated International Women’s Day on Sunday, April 19 where members discussed issues surrounding war, peace, and the gender wage gap.
Many Bon Appetit workers feel restrictive parking policies are indicative of unequal treatment of contracted workers.
On April 8, Ron Bloom ’77 returned to discuss his time as ‘Auto Czar’ and a representative Detroit’s retirees during its bankruptcy crisis.
Participants gathered on Sunday, April 5 in the Daniel Family Commons for the “Amplifying Asian America” convocation.
Student Group WesCFPA, Outhouse, and the general Connecticut Forests and Parks Association (CFPA) co-sponsored a panel discussing the past, present, and future of Connecticut’s forests.
On Wednesday, March 4, members of the Feminist Art and Thought Collective hosted a zine-making night.
The Shapiro Creative Writing Center hosted its first musical performance on Feb. 23.
The University’s PCSE hosted a presentation, titled “Grant Writing 101” to discuss grantwriting and fundrasing
Sven Beckert delivered a presentation based on his bestselling book “Empire of Cotton: A Global History.”
Arcadia: Wesleyan’s Political Magazine hopes to create multi-partisan unity.
This year at the blood drive, students will be provided the opportunity to donate their money toward residents of the Ali Forney Center, a homeless shelter for queer youth.
WSA meeting marks first phase in campus improvement project.
Exley Science Center renovations will be available to students at the start of the Spring 2015 semester.
In a lecture hosted by the Science in Society Program, Georgia State Professor Anthony Ryan Hatch spoke on the ethics of use of psychotropics with prison inmates.
Trevon Gordon ’17 sells tickets for a Wiz Khalifa concert in order to raise money for setting up a solar energy business in a village in Ghana.
Professor of History Bruce Masters discusses the role of the U.S. in creating the extremist Sunni group.
Professors Carter, Geltzer, and Constantine present on spread, vaccination, and reporting statistics.
Six teams at the University plan to grow mustaches to raise awareness about men’s health issues.
Students pinned non-recyclable and non-compostable waste they produced in a week to their backpacks.
Students and members of the community attend a follow-up People’s Climate March discussion to discuss environmental initiatives.
The WesHack-born app Study Buddy helps students make the most of their study sessions.
Two students share their struggles and successes of working in food service.
Professor of Computer Science James Lipton looks back on his career, which spans several fields.