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The Student News Site of Illinois Wesleyan University

The Argus

The Student News Site of Illinois Wesleyan University

The Argus

Why is the corn maze such a popular autumn tradition?
Jayden Erie, Features Editor • October 7, 2022

Autumn is the season of harvest – it conjures images of shiny red apples, pumpkin patches, bulbous gourds and, since the early ‘90s, the...

Advice for rising seniors looking to escape IWU’s dorms
Isabella Parish, Editor-in-Chief • October 7, 2022

At Illinois Wesleyan, one of the biggest perks of being a senior is finally being allowed to live off-campus. With no more Office of Residential...

How to style new fall fashion trends and look your best
How to style new fall fashion trends and look your best
Isabella Parish, Editor-in-Chief • October 7, 2022

Credit: Liam Killian For some people fall may be about pumpkin spice and apple picking but for others it is about switching wardrobes....

Horoscopes: How each sign should expect to feel in the next week
Argus Staff, Staff Writer • October 7, 2022

Aries (March 21st – April 19th) You feel lost. This has caused a state of confusion and indecision that torments your daily life. Although...

Editorial: Students need dining services open late
The Argus Editorial Board, Staff Writer • October 7, 2022

There are a lot of benefits and drawbacks to attending a small liberal arts university. A big positive is a well rounded education, regardless...

Opinion: Social medias are damaging younger generation’s lives
Molly Morrissey, Staff Writer • October 7, 2022

Social media is arguably one of the worst inventions that has entered modern society. It can make you feel like you're constantly missing out...

El Porton closes to mourn loss in family
Farah Bassyouni, News Editor • October 7, 2022

Illinois Wesleyan students noticed that a long-time favorite Mexican restaurant, El Porton, was recently forced to temporarily close. The beloved...

IWU builds connections to Blono’s Muslim community
IWU builds connections to Blono’s Muslim community
Farah Bassyouni, News Editor • October 7, 2022

Illinois Wesleyan’s Office of Multifaith Engagement has worked on establishing relations with the Islamic Center of Mclean County for the...

Chicago hosts large protest against Iranian government
Chicago hosts large protest against Iranian government
Farah Bassyouni, News Editor • October 7, 2022

The whole world has its eyes on Iran. Over a thousand people took to the streets of Chicago last Saturday, October 1, to protest the regime...

Job fair provides preview to professionalism
Steve Watts, Managing Editor • September 30, 2022

On Monday, October 3, the Hart Career Center is hosting the IWU Fall Internship and Job Fair at Shirk Center for 4-7pm. Students will have a...

IWU men’s soccer stops losing streak vs Augustana
October 7, 2022

Titans defeated by Wheaton at home Illinois Wesleyan’s men’s soccer team lost 2-1 against the...

Women’s soccer keeps streak alive, improve to 6-1-2
October 7, 2022

IWU silences storm, shuts out thunder at home On Saturday, October 1 IWU women’s soccer team defeated...

Titans trounce Big Blue to improve to 2-1 in the CCIW
October 7, 2022

The Illinois Wesleyan football team hosted the Millikin University Big Blue on Saturday, October 1st....

French, Washko, steal show at Wesleyan Classic II
September 30, 2022

IWU’s women’s volleyball team went 2-1 to start the Illinois Wesleyan Classic II over the weekend...

Cartoon
Cartoon
The Gadfly November 12, 2021

Picture By Liam Killian
Burnout post Covid
Sophia Heilman November 12, 2021

COVID-19 has irreversibly impacted some of the most fundamental years of students’ lives over the...

Editorial: Trick or Treat
Argus Staff October 29, 2021

Trick: You aren’t doing a matching couples costume Treat: You get to dress hot as hell so they’ll...