Wesleyan Professor of Biology and the College of Environment Fred Cohan explores how we can fight infectious disease as rates of diseases once thought near-eradication are making a comeback
BREAKING NEWS: Wesleyan’s Committee for Investor Responsibility urges the Wesleyan Administration to divest from the fossil fuel industry!
Izzy Bush ‘21 weighs in on the highly debated ballot questions in the 2018 Massachusetts election.
Anonymous ‘21 discusses the recent controversy around Kanye West and his infamously fiery tweets.
Joshua Cardenas’ 19 unveils how tasers are leaving people just as lifeless as bullets.
Max Sanborn ‘22: “On game night someone says “I normally wouldn’t say this, but hey, we’re all guys here right?”
Sanya Bery ‘21 creatively reflects on Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the United States Supreme Court.
Marcel Thompson ‘22 examines multiculturalism in the context of France’s win in the 2018 World Cup.
Faizan Razak’ 20 and Joshua Ledford’ 21 capture how Beto O’Rourke’s Loss was a win for democrats.
Skye Hawthorne ‘22 defends the tremendous power of statistics, numbers, and cold, hard facts.
Connor Matteson’ ‘22 proposes a path of reconstruction and revival as the solution to Syria’s War.
In Jada Reid’s ‘22 first article for Arcadia, she reflects on her personal experience pushing back against the ‘black and white binary’ that has been ingrained in American culture.
Julia Gyourko ‘21 weighs in on Pennsylvania’s inequitable system of public education and what measures should be taken to “bridge the gap.”
Darielle Matthews ‘22 explores Tunisia’s criminalization of racial discrimination and what this looks like for the future of the country.
In her first article for Arcadia, Caroline Colbert ‘21 examines the construction of feminine identity in light of the French government’s ban on headscarves, burqas, and other Islamic clothing in public schools.