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A look at IWU’s Gen. Ed. program

Amelia Smith, Columnist   As a senior who is barely graduating this May after three semesters of overloading in order to finish all my of General Education requirements, I wanted to reflect on my experience with the Gen. Ed. program at Illinois Wesleyan University. I would like to preface my […]

 
 

Ask Anna: Don’t panic

Anna Lowenthal, Editor-in-Chief   Q: Dear Anna, I’m freaking out about these last few weeks of the semester. What do I do to make it through alive? A: It seems like every semester, we come back from Thanksgiving break or spring break to a hellfire at school, and start our […]

 
 

Sodexo offers fresh new specials for Illinois Wesleyan students and Tommy’s and Dugout

Editorial, Argus Staff   Now that spring break is over and we’re all living and eating on campus daily, it can sometimes be hard to break away from the monotony of the standard menu items offered at Bertholf Commons, Tommy’s and the Dugout. While we sometimes branch out from the […]

 
 

Butterfly: The metamorphosis of Kendrick Lamar

Butterfly: The metamorphosis of Kendrick Lamar

Eric Novak, Staff Writer   Last week, the unthinkable happened. The new Kendrick Lamar album To Pimp A Butterfly dropped a week early. The Internet was abuzz with furious enthusiasm, as this might have been one of the most anticipated albums so far in 2015. The album itself is an […]

 
 

The Female Orgasm: no longer a fairy tale

The Female Orgasm: no longer a fairy tale

Ana Erickson, Features Editor and Rosa Zapata, Staff Writer   The mythical occurrence known as the female orgasm was, once and for all, debunked at last Wednesday’s I Love Female Orgasm presentation. The event was hosted by F:EM (Feminism: Equality Matters), an RSO at Illinois Wesleyan University, and presented by […]

 
 

Fashion Interviews: Kristina Dehlin’s Danish elegance

Fashion Interviews: Kristina Dehlin’s Danish elegance

Candace Parrott, Staff Writer   Illinois Wesleyan University is full of fashionistas. We can’t help but wonder what influences their sense of style and where they get all of their trendy clothes. Meet Kristina Dehlin, a junior English-Philosophy major at IWU who’s studying abroad in Copenhagen this semester, and is […]

 
 

The Abroad Diaries: Barcelona, the star of Spain

The Abroad Diaries: Barcelona, the star of Spain

Emma Alcock and Huyen Nguyen, Staff Writers   Travel can really open one’s eye to the realities of the world. At least that’s what it did for me. My semester in Barcelona proved to be the best cultural experience of my life. Culture fairs and Spanish classes did not do […]

 
 

A behind-the-scenes look at stadium costs

A behind-the-scenes look at stadium costs

Jeff Neukom, Managing Editor   After a less-than-mediocre 5-11 season for the Chicago Bears, fanatics immediately began devising ways to make it mathematically possible to get him out of town. In the days of Carlos Boozer, Bulls fans anxiously counted down until the day the Booze Cruise made its last […]

 
 

Men’s lacrosse wins big, future looks bright

Men’s lacrosse wins big, future looks bright

Sam Lalonde, Staff Writer   With a blowout win on Monday, March 23, the Illinois Wesleyan men’s lacrosse team managed to break the “.500” mark, and improve their record to five wins and four losses. The win tied the Titan’s highest margin of victory thus far, beating the Rams of […]

 
 

Injury-laden Bulls regaining health just in time

Injury-laden Bulls regaining health just in time

Jack Sweeney, Staff Writer   The Chicago Bulls have now been without point guard Derrick Rose for four weeks. To make matters worse, they’ve been without guard/forward Jimmy Butler for over three weeks. In that time the Bulls have gone 6-8. They have now dropped to fourth place in the […]