Eric Asimov ’80, Chief Wine Critic at The New York Times, reflects on his American Studies background and his affinity for a good Bordeaux.
Our writers and editors take on Adele’s new album, 25.
The 2013 presidential inaugural poet shares his work and life with Wesleyan students.
The rapper Jason Chu spoke to The Argus about his musical inspirations and his goals for social justice.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics Justin Marks has a connection to music that borders on spiritual.
What the Blueprint 3 lacks in innovation, it makes up for in sheer listenability.
Los Angeles-based Harriet dishes on the difference between the LA and Brooklyn music scenes.
“Big Grams” is Big Boi’s most experimental release yet.
Students share stories from internships that were about a lot more than getting coffee.
“Key & Peele” may have ended, but it will not be forgotten any time soon.
Sound gets all mixed up at The Mash, an annual concert showcasing student bands.
This summer offered a vibrant mix of new musical talent.
The Arts Section takes a look at some of the hottest bands on campus.
Returning to Wesleyan for a discussion on music and race, followed by a concert, Heems showed up late and seemed to go downhill from there.
On Tuesday, April 14, Len Besthoff ’88 returned to the University as the second speaker in the Wesleyan Argus and WESU Media and Journalism Speaker Series.
Djemba Djemba, The Julie Ruin, and Jeremih make up a diverse and surprising Spring Fling slate.
Himanshu Suri ’07, better known as Heems, released his debut solo album in early March.
Performing a set of both new and old material at the Heirloom Arts Theatre in Danbury, Conn., Jukebox the Ghost pleased long-time fans and new listeners alike.
Chicago-born rapper Vic Mensa headlined Yale’s Black Solidarity Conference.
The production went up in the ’92 from Thursday, Feb. 12 to Sunday, Feb. 14.
Though just freshmen, up-and-coming student band The Sneaky Sugars performs with confidence and daunting energy.
After their first semester at Wesleyan, our Arts writers looked back on their experiences.
Pulitzer Prize winning author Paul Harding sat down with the Argus to discuss fatherhood, reading, and the quest for the next novel idea.
This student band brings catchy indie rock to its first studio release.
Alumni kill off a new character every episode, to hilarious effect.
Grammy-nominated rapper discusses her two decades in hip-hop.
Scorsese-produced drama took the torch from “The Sopranos.”
The Oberlin alums tested boundaries of jazzy material at Friday’s concert.