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Casey Williams, Columnist   Something has always bothered me about the setup of the Illinois Wesleyan campus. Aesthetically, it is beautiful. The mix of old and new buildings leaves the campus with a historic and classic feel. Though classic is wonderful for movies, it ignores today’s problems. Just last week, […]


Guilty or innocent?

Daniel Maibenco, Columnist   Just last week, the Department of Justice (DOJ) charged well-known and respected senator Bob Menendez with corruption, conspiracy and bribery. The DOJ finally concluded its investigation into the actions of the New Jersey Senator. After about three years of investigating, the DOJ decided it had enough […]


International violence deserves attention in news

Argus Staff, Editorial   The desperate cries of mourning mothers could be heard echoing down brick hallways of the local hospital after the April 2 attack on Garissa University College, Kenya. Al-Shabaab, Somalian allies of al-Queda, claimed ownership of the shooting. Last Thursday, 147 were killed, most of them students. […]


Finals won’t be a horror story if you read your horoscope

Ana Erickson, Features Editor   As finals quickly approach, everyone is preparing in a unique way to take on the impending tests. If you’re feeling lost on how to get ready, look no further than the stars for advice.   Aries – The Ram (March 21 to April 19) You […]


Never mind your homework, Dare to binge-watch this devil

Jeff Neukom, Managing Editor   On Friday, April 10, Marvel’s Daredevil will make its debut on Netflix. Today. That’s today. Drop what you’re doing and get comfortable. As if word of its debut isn’t satisfactory enough, there’s more: Netflix will have 13 episodes immediately available for streaming. Portrayed by Charlie […]


Chilling with Randos: meet the IWU art instructor who inspires and composes

Anna Lowenthal, Editor-in-Chief   It isn’t often that you bump into a random instructor and end up talking half your class time away, but that’s how I met Mark Genrich, an adjunct instructor in the Ames School of Art. After hearing about his passion for three-dimensional art, music and teaching, […]


Women’s Lacrosse ready to make noise in the CCIW

Connor Allen, Staff Writer   Women’s Lacrosse has an opportunity to make a statement in conference play this season. Already 1-0 in the CCIW, the first-year program hopes to continue winning in their last five games. This won’t be an easy task however because the CCIW is a very challenging […]


Wisconsin upsets No. 1 Kentucky, falls to Duke

Jack Sweeney, Staff Writer   Kentucky vs Wisconsin In the first semifinal matchup, seventh-seeded Michigan State matched up with top-seeded Duke. Lead by first-year center Jahlil Okafor and first-year forward Justise Winslow, Duke handled Michigan State with ease. The final score was 81-61, marking Michigan State’s worst loss in the […]


Titans baseball in three-way tie for first place

Eric Gilbert, Sports Editor   The Titans came into a weekend of games with a perfect 6-0 conference record to give them sole possession of first place in the CCIW. Unfortunately, their trip to North Central on Saturday, April 4 proved to be a set back as they dropped both games of […]


The Abroad Diaries: Curiousity for Cape Town

The Abroad Diaries: Curiousity for Cape Town

Molly Willeford, Staff Writer   My name is Molly Willeford, and I am checking in from Cape Town, South Africa! Since arriving in South Africa at the end of January, I’ve stayed with four different homestay families in four very different parts of the country. The first homestay was in […]