In Paris, life in an adopted city goes on.
A few pleasant surprises—and a lot of food—in Paris.
WesDems and WesRepubs spar over political issues.
The second panel of the “Drugs, Harm and the Campus” lecture series was moderated by the Dean of the Natural Sciences and Mathematics Ishita Mukerji.
“Our assessment is that they’ve either determined that their claim never had any basis…[or] that it just wouldn’t be worth [pursuing] given how they’re being treated in the PR arena.”—Peter Frank ’12
About 700 pounds of turkey and much more goes into the success of the annual Usdan Thanksgiving feast.
Pumpkin Fest attendees enjoyed music, free veggie burgers, and the beautiful grounds of Long Lane Farm.
A newbie’s guide to finding the best coffee at Wesleyan.
Despite its apparent simplicity, the craft of delicious, unique, artisanal pizza is an admirable achievement. I’m always searching for a pie with personality: a crust neither too thick nor too thin, a touch of charring, a bit of asymmetry, and experimental ingredient combinations are just a few of the qualities that seduce me. Luckily, I had to look no further than Krust Pizza Bar on Main Street to find pizza that would make me swoon.
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Artisanal grilled cheese and savory falafel, make room for some sizzling hot dogs. Joining the fleet of food trucks on and around High Street is Dave’s Hot Diggity Dogs, a family-run food cart that caters to the late-night cravings of Wesleyan University students and Middletown residents. From gooey cheese dogs to steaming sandwiches, the motorized cart carries the all-American classics.