Historically speaking, the summer months are a time for wonderful, horrible movies (e.g. “Snakes On a Plane,” “The Love Guru,” anything involving Brendan Fraser).
Liz Tung and Gabe Lezra share their extensive knowledge of pathological psychology.
Ridgefield Middle School Talent Nite and Wesleyan Guitarists’ Showcase
Baltimore art-rockers Ponytail might just be the most exquisite tantrum you’ll ever see.
Last night, “How to Be a Man in West Belfast” kicked off its four-show run this weekend at WestCo Cafe. The play, written by Ben Firke ’12 and directed by Justin Wayne ’12, is – suprisingly – exactly what it sounds like.
Next Saturday evening, independent hip-hop artist Brother Ali will come to Wesleyan for a performance at Beckham Hall.
In a March 25 entry on his blog, “Roth on Wesleyan,” President Roth announced that the sanction has been replaced by a probationary period, and that the reversal and eventual reinstatement of campus events are contingent on Eclectic’s ability to adhere to a set of guidelines mutually agreed upon by the society and the administration.
Anyone who’s ever read a Wespeak by famed Wesleyan curmudgeon Martin Benjamin ’57 probably wouldn’t peg him as the “sensitive artist type.”
(The Rice Show): Opening Reception and Talk
“Be the Art You Want to See in the World,” a student art exhibition centered on global race- and class-related issues, opened at Zilkha’s South Gallery last Thursday, Feb. 5.
This weekends movies listings with short reviews.