Luke Goldstein

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Ben Michael Reflects on History of Middletown Radio, Campus Music Scene

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Spring Fling Committee Announces 2019 Lineup

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Fourth Week of Art Theses Plays With Genre and Medium

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Second Weekend of Music Theses Experiment With Genre and Space

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Third Week of Art Theses Explores Themes of Intimacy, Community, and Transience

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Music Thesis Recitals Start Off on Strong Note

by Camille De Beus, Dani Smotrich-Barr, Luke Goldstein, Tara Joy, Executive Editor, Arts Editors. Leave a Comment

Gaspar Noé’s “Climax” Is Actually Watchable

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Netflix’s “Paddleton” Is More Than Just A Game

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Town Hall Discusses Contributions of Bureaucracy and Campus Culture to Struggling Music Scene

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MuHo Concert Seeks to Revitalize Wesleyan’s Music Scene

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Cross Talk: Netflix’s “High Flying Bird” Weaves Together Sports and Politics

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The Good Place’s Third Season Is Its Best Yet

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Sunset Boulevard Remains a Timeless Classic

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“Bandersnatch” Disappoints Despite Innovative Premise

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CSS Sophomores, COL Juniors Tackle Comps Weeks

by Hannah Reale, Luke Goldstein, Features Editor and Assistant Features Editor. Comments Off on CSS Sophomores, COL Juniors Tackle Comps Weeks

Wes Meets World: WWOOFing Takes Students Around the Globe

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Hazy Past: Zonker Harris Day’s Seeds and Stems

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Dr. Bones the Egoist-Communist Speaks at Wesleyan

by Luke Goldstein, Assistant Features Editor. 4 Comments

Campus Crypto Culture: Bitcoin and Beyond

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Wes Docs Part 4: Where the ’90 Firebombing Leaves Us

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Wes Docs Series Part 3: Perspectives on Campus Reactionary Nick Haddad ’92

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Wes Docs Series Part 2: The Political Activism of Kofi Taha ’92

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“Man with a Movie Camera” Reinforces the Power of Film Decades Later

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Wes Docs Series: Remembering the 1990 Firebombing of the President’s Office

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CT Rise Up Protests State Inaction on Shooting Death of Bridgeport Teen

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Film Department Organizes Outreach Program for Middletown Children

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Karla White Reflects on the R.J. Julia Hiring Process, Wes Cleaning Services

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Let Our Response to Bauerlein’s Lecture Be a Model

by Luke Goldstein, Staff Writer. 5 Comments

Posse Profiles: Veteran Dennis White ’19 Talks Progressive Politics and Journey from West Virginia to Wesleyan

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Coverage of Ben & Jerry’s Milk with Dignity Program Overlooks Wesleyan Student Protests

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Nine Students Arrested for Civil Disobedience in Protests

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Wesleyan Film Series: When Porn Becomes Political in “Boogie Nights”

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Wesleyan Student Activists Prepare for Year Ahead

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Malcolm X House Hosts Conversation on DACA

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Palmer ’98 and Pope Launch “The Art of Doing” Class

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In “Wedding Doll,” Truth and Fiction Converge

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“A Stirring Song Sung Heroic” is an Affecting Reckoning with America’s History of Slavery

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Cultural Appropriation and Halloween: A Marxist Critique

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