Sonya Levine

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Reflections on Recent Events and Yom Kippur

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WesCeleb: Ben Zucker

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Ben Zucker ’15 talks music on campus and shares his goals for his senior year.

Book Details Middletown’s History Through Its People

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Welch ’14 Helps Overturn 152-Year-Old Law Preventing Abolition

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 1963 Sermon at Wesleyan Urged Non-Violence, Provoked Student Reaction

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Book Review: The Goldfinch

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Student Forums Combine Theory and Practice for Immersive Learning

by Sonya Levine, Jenny Davis, Gabe Rosenberg, Staff Writer, Assistant Opinion Editor, and Feature Editor. Comments Off on Student Forums Combine Theory and Practice for Immersive Learning

Avenue Q Preview

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This Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in Beckham Hall, catch a performance of Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx’s “Avenue Q,” directed by Lily Martin ’14.

Yearbooks Trace 147 Years of Wesleyan History

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Getting Into Costume: The Argus Explores The Wesleyan Costume Shop

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The Costume Shop, located in the basement of the Center for the Arts (CFA) dance and theater studios building, has been in existence for over 25 years, but it was only 11 years ago that Costume Shop Manager Christian Milik took over and revitalized the space.

W’Escrime Lunges Into Prominence

by Sonya Levine, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

When Sarah Lerman-Sinkoff ’14 was accepted to Wesleyan, she hoped to join W’Escrime, the fencing club, right away. She contacted the club’s leaders, Jen Paykin ’12 and Joel Salda ’11, who both responded with enthusiasm. After taking a gap year, however, she returned to find no trace of the club’s existence.

Reporter Shadows Custodial Shift, Elucidates Responsibilities

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“Shaking the Dust:” Anis Mojgani Returns to Campus With Poems And Love

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“Hey. How are you?” Anis Mojgani, the two-time National Poetry Slam champion, asked the packed audience at the Memorial Chapel this past Friday, greeting his audience as old friends.

Mysterious Numbers Provoke Speculation, Intrigue

by Adam Keller, Sonya Levine, Features Editor and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Mysterious Numbers Provoke Speculation, Intrigue

Sustainability Office Aims to Augment Aid Through Energy Conservation

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