Writers for the University’s Student-Run Press Share Their Eclectic Mix of Works
What made “Gossip Girl” so appealing, despite its lunacies?
“Experimenter” sheds new light on Stanley Milgram’s infamous experiments.
“Hotline Bling” has become the inescapable hit of the fall.
Daveed Diggs’ raps take a political stand, off and on Broadway.
Trauma and healing form the foundation of poet Daniel Beaty’s stellar slam.
Sarsgaard, Wiig, and newcomer Powley help bring “Diary of a Teenage Girl” to bizarre, tender life.
“Hamilton” dominates Broadway by digging into the past to create something very new.
“Tragikingdom,” an original student musical, went up in the Westco Café last weekend to the tune of No Doubt.
Second Stage’s production of “Into the Woods” features 17 actors and a 12-piece orchestra.
In “One Night in Beckham: An All Black Affair,” students presented fashion designed to exhibit Wesleyan’s diversity.
Misha VanEaton ’18 and Aaron Stryker ’18 formed a new student group called Wescussion to understand issues commonly discussed on campus.
Over the course of four weeks, Zilkha Gallery is exhibiting senior art theses that tackle topics from AIDS to Asian stereotypes.
On Thursday, March 26, Isabel Stern ’14 conducted an activist training workshop to discuss the Green Corps.
On Tuesday, March 3, the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship presented a Structure Lab run by Joy Anderson ’89.
Padgett’s poetry combined massive abstraction and concrete detail to create disorienting closeness.
Eiko Otake danced throughout the whole of Olin Memorial Library on Monday, Feb. 23. Her performance explored the human experience following the nuclear tragedy in Fukushima in 2011.
The first informational meeting for the Real Food Challenge was held on Monday, Feb. 16.
On Wednesday, there will be a screening of a PBS documentary called “Home at Last?”
Girlpool’s show at Art House filled the intimate space with the band’s raucous, cacophonous sound.
After their first semester at Wesleyan, our Arts writers looked back on their experiences.
Student artwork will be on display in the Zelnick Pavilion through Nov. 25.
“In The Heights” creator returns to preview new music and remember the old.