Our writers and editors take on Adele’s new album, 25.
Director/Choreographer Rachel Davis ’18 has made a “Nutcracker” open to all skill levels.
Amy Poehler’s new book offers a mature take on matters both private and humorous.
The ’92 Theater hosted the first half of dance theses.
Former SNL writer can’t transcend tired sitcom tropes.
The Center for the Art’s “Muslim Women’s Voices at Wesleyan” program, “Fleur d’Orange” tackles the complexities of womanhood in contemporary Moroccan culture.
Jee Lee ’17 reflects on the way relaxation can be more meaningful than a high-intensity year at school.
Visiting Assistant Professor of History Alice Kelly shares her views on historical fiction, societal response to war, and the only proper way to prepare a cup of tea.