Jess Zalph ’16 writes in:
Interested in writing? Layout? Taking photos? Copy-editing? Web design? Snacks? There’s a place for you! Come out to the Argus information session on Sunday (1/24) in Usdan 108 at 4 PM to learn more about the paper.
New things this semester include:
- New opinion column featuring submissions drawing from personal experiences, ranging from narratives to artistic forms of expression
- New features column profiling staff and faculty around campus, ranging from Public Safety to North College
- Expansion of web design
- New position involving outreach to a variety of groups on campus
- And more…!
We are looking for new voices, fresh opinions, and inquisitive reporters!
Date: Sunday, January 24 — today!
Time: 4-5 PM
Place: Usdan 108
photo by Dat Vu ’15
It’s likely you’ve already read Bryan Stascavage ‘18‘s infuriating “Why Black Lives Matter Isn’t What You Think,” published Monday in the Argus’ opinion section. I’m not as Wes this semester, but it was apparent even from Facebook that I was not alone in my anger: in the past few days, many students have voiced their outrage at the article and its publication. As another widely-read campus publication, Wesleying has a responsibility to address these issues. Though my fellow editors are aware I am posting this, the following views are mine as an individual.
From Gwen Rosen ’15:
Do you have a car? Want to spread Wesleyan news across campus, literally? Then apply to be our new distribution manager! We are looking for two reliable people to deliver the Argus to locations across campus and in the Middletown area every Tuesday and Friday. The position is paid.
Interested/have questions? Email rseidel(at)wesleyan(dot)edu, and grosen(at)wesleyan(dot)edu by August 24.
Deadline: Sunday, August 24, 2014
Contact: rseidel(at)wesleyan(dot)edu and grosen(at)wesleyan(dot)edu