28 Oct 2016

Students spooked out of voting

More than half of 20 students who responded to a recent unanimous poll said they are still undecided on whether to vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump or Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Random students were asked three questions: Are you voting?; Who are you voting for?; and Why are you

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21 Oct 2016

Wesleyan writers assemble for Inaugural Local Authors Day

Sophomore marketing major Finn Le was startled to see an email inviting her to the Inaugural Local Authors Day.  “At first I thought my book would only be on the shelf,” Le said. Le wasn’t expecting to actually speak on a panel with other authors. She joined 15 other authors

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17 Oct 2016

Midnight Madness was a slam dunk

  Basketball player Jeremy Crane aimed at the basket as the timer ticked down and the sea of people in pink T-shirts cheered his team. Crane and the rest of the men’s team was participating in a three-point competition against the women’s basketball team during Midnight Madness on Saturday night

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12 Oct 2016

Internationals tell their stories

While preparing for midterms, junior business major Karl Willis thinks back to how school back home would just be beginning. “The semesters are a lot shorter,” Willis said. “They’re only twelve weeks, so if I was back home I would have been starting Sept. 26.” Willis, who is from Northern

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06 Oct 2016

Wesleyan joins national Socktober campaign

Barbara Barnhart, Wesleyan’s new coordinator for leadership and volunteerism, has started several service projects on campus, including the Trinity Trash Bash. Her newest project, Socktober, a sock drive for the homeless, began Oct. 1 and runs through the end of the month. Socktober is sponsored by Student Life. People can

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