Argus Meeting for Freshmen

Be the news.

Join the staff of the Argus, Wesleyan’s student newspaper.

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Informational meeting at the Argus office (the door to the left of Broad Street Books, up the stairs) this Thursday at 3 pm.

Also stop by to learn about the Argus’ inaugural Opinion section – a new forum for students and professors to express their ideas and engage in dialogue about personal experiences, campus news and current events. We are seeking columnists as well as single-submission writers to start IMMEDIATELY; our first issue is this Monday, September 8th. So – have an idea? A story to share? Did what you do this summer change or strengthen your perspective on an issue? Opinion wants to hear from you. Contact Opinion Editor Andrea Domanick ’10 at adomanick[at]wes with pitches, thoughts or any questions you might have.

Date: Thursday September 3
Time: 3 pm
Location: Argus office (above Broad Street Books)

4 thoughts on “Argus Meeting for Freshmen

  1. Andrea

    Opinion will be distinctly different from Wespeaks, though Wespeaks will still remain a unique space for students etc to express ideas, put out notices, etc. Opinion will allow contributors more space and time to develop their ideas and will at times be asked to comment on campus and non-campus isues based on the authority they may hold on a subject. Stylistically, we’ll shift from jargon-heavy, charged paragraphs to clearly-argued, fact-based opinion pieces. Come to the meeting to find out more about why Op-Ed is different from Wespeaks, and more about the section in general…

  2. Andrea

    Opinion will be distinctly different from Wespeaks, though Wespeaks will still remain a unique space for students etc to express ideas, put out notices, etc. Opinion will allow contributors more space and time to develop their ideas and will at times be asked to comment on campus and non-campus isues based on the authority they may hold on a subject. Stylistically, we’ll shift from jargon-heavy, charged paragraphs to clearly-argued, fact-based opinion pieces. Come to the meeting to find out more about why Op-Ed is different from Wespeaks, and more about the section in general…

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