Matt Wallock

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Visiting Professor Almond ’88 on Telling Stories in Turbulent Times

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Art Thesis Exhibitions, Week 2

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Ten Indie Singles to Blast on a Warm Day This Spring

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Best Indie Tracks of 2018—So Far

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“Acker” Is a Lyrical Examination of a Unique Writer

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Porches’ The House Showcases Maine’s Continued Growth

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In “The Center Will Not Hold,” Joan Didion Gives an Account of Her Most Inscrutable Subject

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Radiator Hospital Mellows Out on “Play the Songs You Like”

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Sacha Yanow on Celebrity, Desire, and Solo Performance

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Curb Your Enthusiasm Leaps into Ninth Season with Crafty Cringe

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Florist’s If Blue Could Be Happiness Is Bedroom Pop that Refuses Classification

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In Alvvays’ Antisocialites, a Nostalgic Breakup Fantasy

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Student Groups Clash Over Politics of Israel and Palestine

by Matthew Wallock, Jenny Davis, Features Editor and Contributing Writer. 72 Comments

Israel and Palestine in Middletown: Meet the Key Players

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When Work and School Collide: The Status of Work-Study

by Matthew Wallock, Jenny Davis, Contributing Writer and Opinion Editor. 2 Comments

Work-study students often must work long hours for low pay, which potentially takes a toll on the rest of their Wesleyan life.

UChicago Professor Looks at the History of Jews in Iraq

by Jenny Davis, Matthew Wallock, Contributing Writer and Opinion Editor. 1 Comment

UChicago Professor Orit Bashkin lectured on the disappearance of Jews from Iraq in the 1960s and a time when Jews and Muslims cohabited the country.

Revived Student Group Rallies Wesleyan Republicans

by Jenny Davis, Matthew Wallock, Opinion Editor and Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Revived Student Group Rallies Wesleyan Republicans

The Wesleyan Republican Club aims to vary the University’s political landscape and spark spirited debate.

Carl Byers ’93 Presents on Financial Language, Accounting Literacy

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The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneuship hosted a presentation about the language of accounting in startups.

Sun Services Employees, USLAC Discuss Workers’ Rights

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University custodians and USLAC discussed potential structural changes to improve conditions.

Ranking Reflects Rise in Wesleyan Pell Grant Recipients

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The University is ranked number 13 in a New York Times article on the most economically diverse colleges.

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