18 Feb 2015

Theater Wesleyan presents “The Survivor” opening tonight

Theatre Wesleyan’s fourth production of the 2014-2015 season takes audiences into the heart of the Holocaust – the Warsaw ghetto. “The Survivor,” which runs Feb. 18-22 at the Thad Smotherman Theatre, was written by Susan Nanus and based on a memoir by Holocaust survivor Jack Eisner, who as a teenager

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18 Feb 2015

Free tuition is not exactly “free” even under Obama’s new college plan

President Barack Obama announced on Jan. 8, that he wants to make the first two years of community college free for those who work hard. First, I question what exactly defines who works hard? I am not saying I am not completely opposed to this idea. I am indifferent. As

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17 Feb 2015

Students donate blood to help instructor’s daughter

After helping hundreds of Wesleyan students learn to scuba dive, instructor Bill Rucker on Tuesday asked the Wesleyan community to help  save his daughter’s life. Dozens of students donated blood at the Sid Richardson Center in an effort to help save Erin Rucker, who suffers from a rare blood disease

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16 Feb 2015

SGA holds legislation workshop

The Student Government Association discussed environmental issues and Dora’s menu, and participated in a legislation workshop on Thursday during the weekly meeting. SGA President Tyler Mendez led the workshop and demonstrated how to properly write and present a bill to the SGA. “We have never done anything like this in

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08 Feb 2015

SGA prepares for University College Day

Wesleyan’s Student Government Association approved on Thursday funding to bring in the keynote speaker for University College Day in April. The SGA will bring in noted New York conductor Roger Nierenberg, who will present his Music Paradigm program as the keynote address. “He conducts an orchestra that he has never played

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