Sam Prescott

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DJ DeRosa: A Homegrown Powerhouse

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Clash of the Tyrants: Wesleyan Sounds Off on Nuclear Standoff

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What’s Red & Black and New All Over?

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Dunkirk: Detached Realism or Unwarranted Violence?

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Class of 2021: More Than the Numbers, but Also Quite a Few Numbers

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Orientation Takeaways: Seniors Reflect on First-Year Beginnings, Freshmen Look Ahead

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De-Normalizing Trump: Protections of Jeff Sessions are Symptomatic of Facism

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Men’s Tennis Earns Top NESCAC Seed for First Time in Program History

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Men’s Tennis Tackles Tufts and Trin, Tunes for Pivotal Middlebury Match

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Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Reince: Martyrdom in Politics

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Men’s Tennis Outduels Williams for the First Time in 47 Years

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Addressing Our Lack of Diversity

by Connor Aberle, Dan Bachman, Hannah Reale, Michael Darer, Sam Prescott, Opinion Editors. 3 Comments

Men’s Tennis Enters Heart of Season with ‘CAC Title in its Sights

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Men’s Squash Wins Division At Nationals, Women’s Follows Up With Consolation Victory

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Campus Reacts to Athletes Visiting White House, Trump

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Tom Brady and the Immorality of Apoliticism

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No More Normal Dormal: WestCo Compensates for Lack of Creativity with Eccentricity

by Camille De Beus, Sam Prescott, News Editor and Sports Editor. 2 Comments

Nate Courville ’17 Shares Senior Swimming Perspective

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Squash Shows Grit Early in Season Despite Mixed Results

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Squash Poised to Cause a Racket in the ‘CAC

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Football and Crew Highlight Mixed Bag for Fall Sports

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Chicago Cubs Clinch First Title in 108 Years

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Women’s Crew Captures Massive Win at the Head of the Charles Regatta

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New Running Club, WEStride, Building Inclusive Running Community

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Miami Marlins Ace José Fernández Killed In Boating Crash at 24

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The Subtle War Over Baseball’s Invisible Color Line

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Football Adds Running Back Coach Capodice Amidst Controversy

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Summer Spotlight: Spigner ’18 Talks Cooperstown

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Sailing Closes Season by Hosting First Regatta at Wes

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Baseball Claims Top Playoff Seed

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Baseball Preps for Remaining Games Against Amherst, Needs Two Wins in Series to Clinch Playoffs

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Baseball Drops Two of Three to Williams, Falls to Third in NESCAC

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Baseball Wins Two of Three Against Middlebury in NESCAC West Debut

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Consecrating Kobe’s Career: The Mamba Should Be Cast as Great, Not God

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Wes Baseball Stomps Mules

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Wesleyan Baseball Leaves Tuscon at 9-3

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No More Treading Water: Max Wimer ’19 Talks Swim & Dive, Water Polo

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Too Little, Too Late for Men’s Basketball

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Inaccurate Shooting From Long Range Plagues Men’s Hoops in Maine With Frigid Weather

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Catch Up With Men’s Basketball

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BJ Davis ’16 Leads Men’s Hoops to Little Three Title on Senior Night

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Davis ’16 Breaks 1000 Points

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Catch Up on Women’s Hoops

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Streaky Men’s Basketball Sits at 14-4 With Five Games Remaining

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Jack Mackey Talks ’CAC and Going Back to Back

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The men’s basketball captain caught up with The Argus upon his return from a long stint on the sidelines with an MCL tear

Women’s Hoops Captures Tournament Win

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Strong showings from Brenna Diggins ’17 and Kaylie Williams ’16 led the team to victories over Anna Maria College and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Basketball Suffers Setback vs. Lyndon State, Crushes Clark University

by Sam Prescott, Assistant Sports Editor. 27 Comments

The Cards finished the weekend at .500.

Men’s Basketball Shoots for Repeat NESCAC Championship

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The Cardinals return most of their top scorers on the heels of their first ever NCAA bid

The Exploitation of Loyalty in the NBA

by Sam Prescott, Assistant Sports Editor. Comments Off on The Exploitation of Loyalty in the NBA

In recent years, players have made misguided career choices out of a false loyalty to their fans and front offices

Transitioning Volleyball Program Anticipates Strong 2016

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The squad closed out the season with tough Little Three matchups against powerhouse programs Williams and Amherst.

Ghoulish Results Persist For Volleyball Team

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Over a busy week, the squad snapped an eight game losing streak against Vassar, but also picked up three losses

New Head Coach Ben Somera Talks Volleyball

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New head coach Ben Somera has a vision. And believe us, he believes in it.

Bowdoin Freezes Volleyball’s Attack with Stifling Defense

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The Cardinals compiled only 44 total points in their straight-set loss to the Polar Bears.

Volleyball’s Offensive Juggernaut Sarah Swenson ’18 Speaks Up

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The second-year star talks and track and field, team chemistry and her love for the game.

Volleyball’s Slide Continues

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The Cardinals fell to Hamilton and Middlebury over the weekend, sinking their conference record to 1-4.

Volleyball Ups and Downs Persist

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The red and black sandwiched a trouncing of Trinity between two out-of-conference losses.

Volleyball Sits at .500 After Tough Road Trip

by Sam Prescott, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Volleyball Sits at .500 After Tough Road Trip

The Red and Black topped ECSU but struggled in their NESCAC contests against Bates and Colby

Somera Leads Volleyball to Season of Improvement

by Sam Prescott, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Somera Leads Volleyball to Season of Improvement

New coach Ben Somera is off to a solid start, recording a 2-1 record in his first three games

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