The musical group aims to invoke environmental and political change through grassroots sustainability.
The Bronx singer-songwriter fused folk, blues, and rock to provide students with a diverse and dynamic Valentines Day set.
Dan Froot ’16 and Sarah Woolf ’15 play Jerry and Emma, a couple in the midst of an extramarital affair. Betrayal, a reverse chronological story of love and distance, went up in the ’92 Jan. 29-31.
On La Isla Bonita, the San Francisco-based band does more experimenting.
Old punks try, with varied results, to recapture their energetic youth.
“The Tinnitus Suites” uses grad student Andrew Fishkin’s constructed instruments to overpower.
Two fire alarms ruined what could have been an energetic Saturday night.
A sitcom about a talking horse gets funnier as it gets bleaker.
Electronic duo manages short but sweet set
The students involved in Wes, Divest!, a group pushing for the University to cut off its investments in fossil fuel companies, hope to foster change on both the local and global scales. By divesting its endowment from companies that contribute to climate change, group members argue, the University will stay true to its commitment to sustainability.
Every year, WESU Middletown undergoes a process of grooming the next generation of DJs for one of the country’s oldest college radio stations. Aspiring DJs must participate in five training seminars over the course of a semester in the hopes of eventually having their own show on WESU.
On Wednesday, Oct. 24, Wesleyan held its first Campus Sustainability Day, which took place in the Usdan Courtyard. To mark the occasion, the University brought out a wide variety of student groups, as well as multiple outside speakers.