I’m not the kind of person who goes into a Hollywood movie with particularly high expectations.
Hanging in a shadowy annex in Zilkha gallery is Wesleyan architecture major Yang Li’s current masterpiece: a hanging spread, nineteen photographs wide and sixteen photographs tall, of a cardboard city on top of an ocean.
Catherine Filloux has a good reason to be serious: she has spent the last two decades writing plays that center on genocide and its devastating effect on human life and livelihood.
Wearing a blazer, jeans, and a boy¬ish smile, David Henry Hwang had the energy of a man in his early twenties as he spoke to a small group of Wesleyan students on March 4 in Memorial Chapel.
During an impromptu photo shoot on Tuesday, freshman piano virtuoso Sam Friedman played an improvisational piece (head lolling forward, eyes occasionally closed) as easily as if he were brushing his teeth.
Faculty, students and staff gathered in the Memorial Chapel on Wednesday evening to hear renowned American poet John Ashbery read from his most recent book of poems, “Planisphere,” published last year by Ecco.
The newest exhibit at the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies gallery, “Splendid Details,” is aptly named.