The quest to demystify tenure, hiring, and promotion continues with this installment of Hire Education.
Wesleyan faculty reflect on the credentials and conflicts surrounding the University’s implementation of tenure.
The Argus pulls back the curtain on the faculty hiring process.
What’s a fuckboy exactly? The Argus did its damndest to find out.
Associate Professor of Psychology Anna Schusterman asks some serious questions about brains and expresses her enthusiasm for children’s literature.
Psyche Loui discusses how the human brain processes and enable musical experience.
Although libraries are seen by many as outdated, their role has been changed, not eliminated.
The members of Wesleyan Women in Gaming (WesWIG) counter negative attitudes toward female gamers, controllers in hand.
Raise your glass (and standards) at Celtic Cavern, an Irish bar that opened early this year.
Presented with the choice of voting absentee in their hometowns or as Middletown residents, students cast their ballots where they count most.
Students use Yik Yak, an anonymous social media app, to voice their opinions on everything from getting blazed to general malaise.
The Argus takes a look at the role of religious groups on campus.
Professor Steven Greenhouse sat down with the Argus to discuss his journalism career and how it has translated into a Wesleyan course.
To inaugurate a new crop of Features contributors, The Argus decided to send three first-time freshman writers on a lengthy and unrelenting assignment. We provided them little direction or guidance, other than the following email.