Associate Professor of Classical Studies Lauren Caldwell filed a complaint against the University on Feb. 17, alleging, among other claims, Title VII and Title IX violations.
Due to allegations of illegal drug activity, students will be denied access to the Psi U house until the fall of 2016 at earliest.
In light of the Molly overdoses that took place in February, two students are facing prison sentences of up to 40 years.
Vines on Church, a new bar and restaurant on Church Street, serves patrons a cocktail of visual art, music, solidarity, and safe fun.
The Counseling and Psychological Servics program on campus provides a vital resource, but faces understaffing and overwhelming demand.
When it comes to DJing, dodge ball, and diversity, WesCeleb Andrew Martin keeps it real.
The parking garage on Court St. has played classical music nonstop since 1993.
Baffled by the ballot? Read the Argus’s guide to today’s election.
The Argus talks to Matt Lynch ’15 about everything from singing to soccer to senior citizens.
The Argus reports on-site all the action (and idleness) from the opening night of Espwesso.
A roadmap to getting fit on campus, if you don’t know where to begin.
Small changes cropped up all over campus this summer. Can you spot the difference?
This new feminist group hopes to spark administrative changes on campus.
The Argus counsels new students through those frenzied, flustered first days.
This year’s Orientation Leaders fondly (and not so fondly) recall their own freshman orientation experiences.
When Maggie Feldman-Piltch ’14 founded the group in 2010, she envisioned it as an alternative form of the traditional cheerleading squad. The group cheers about current events and social justice issues like feminism, voter registration, and climate change.
If you’ve cringed at the mere thought of the line at Pi Café on Monday morning or sacrificed your perfect attendance record in the name of your pre-class latte, the Mon Cheri coffee truck could be your new best friend. Cheryl Hawkins, the owner, brought her business to the Wesleyan campus about two weeks ago with students’ busy schedules in mind. The truck, parked on High Street on weekdays between 8:15 a.m. and 3 p.m., offers a wide variety of coffee beverages and snacks for students and faculty members on the go.
Websites like Amazon make buying used books as simple as the click of a button. But for Linda Bower, owner of the Book Bower downstairs in the Main Street Market, the tangible experience of browsing the shelves is irreplaceable.