Natalie Fine

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Muchas Bebidas Aqui: Drinks from Chile

by Natalie Fine, Foreign Food Correspondant. 1 Comment

It’s almost time for holiday parties, which of course means holiday drinks. Here are a few recipes—straight from South America—to spice up your holiday drinks repertoire because we can’t drink eggnog all December long.

Bon Appétit and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers

by Natalie Fine, . Comments Off on Bon Appétit and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers

It’s easier to call a company out on its misconduct rather than on the things it does well. Negligence and malpractice make better headlines.

WesFresh: Let’s Talk About Organic Food

by Natalie Fine, . Comments Off on WesFresh: Let’s Talk About Organic Food

For the last WesFresh column of the semester, I’d like to stop finger-pointing and complaining. Well, sort of. I’m only going to complain a little bit.

The Evil Behind Coca-Cola

by Natalie Fine, . 24 Comments

Coca-Cola, get off my campus. No more vending machines, no more cases in Pi Café, no more red-and-white umbrellas emblazoned with your logo.

Static Stamina: New Rising Band

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writer . 1 Comment

Static Stamina may be the best on-campus band you’ve never heard of. If you caught their set at Battle of the Bands, you know they’re all about party hands and staying classy.

Linus: Battle of the Bands Winners, Spring Fling Openers

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writer . 3 Comments

In one short year, Linus has become one of the most buzzed-about campus bands (and reigning kings of the music scene, Duchampion, are set to graduate so we need a successor).

Backstage Pass: “The Vagina Monologues”

by Naralie Fine, Staff Writer. 1 Comment

The seminal play “The Vagina Monologues,” by Eve Ensler, runs Friday at 8 p.m. and Saturday at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. in CFA Hall.

Senior Thesis Preview: “Bad Island”

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writers. Comments Off on Senior Thesis Preview: “Bad Island”

Ben Bernstein on his senior thesis.

Backstage Pass: Church Street Revue

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writer . Comments Off on Backstage Pass: Church Street Revue

Church Street Revue, Wesleyan’s foremost bluegrass band, is playing a show at Music House this Saturday at 9:30 p.m..

Preview: “A Safe, Familiar Place”

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writer . Comments Off on Preview: “A Safe, Familiar Place”

“A Safe, Familiar Place,” the latest show from Anthony Smith ’11, is already being buzzed up as a dark, scary, and thought-provoking piece of short theater.

Backstage Pass: Duchampion

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writers. Comments Off on Backstage Pass: Duchampion

Duchampion is a Wesleyan band made up of Ben Seretan ’10, Asa Horvitz ’10, Will Brant ’10, and Jake Nussbaum ’10.

“Yalta” Preview

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writer . Comments Off on “Yalta” Preview

“Yalta,” an original play written and directed by Liz Gauvey-Kern ’11, is underway at the ’92 Theater.

Backstage Pass: Waiting in Line

by Natalie Fine, Contributing Writer. 1 Comment

Before my interview with the kids from Waiting in Line (Wesleyan’s easiest a cappella group) even began, the members of the troupe started telling me everything (and I mean everything) I ever needed to know about themselves.

Backstage Pass: Fusion Dance

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writer . Comments Off on Backstage Pass: Fusion Dance

Fusion, a student-run dance troupe, performs mostly hip-hop but also incorporates elements of salsa, step, ballet, and jazz into its shows.

Backstage Pass: Buru Style

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Backstage Pass: Buru Style

Buru Style is one of the most prolific on-campus bands, a reggae/dub/funk ensemble that recently played in the WestCo Courtyard and will open for State Radio in Northampton on Halloween.

Arts Preview: “Turkeys” and “Alice Ashes”

by Natalie Fine, Staff Writer. Comments Off on Arts Preview: “Turkeys” and “Alice Ashes”

Sobering up after last week’s Shakespearean lunacy, the ’92 Theater welcomes two original dramatic Second Stage shows this weekend: “Turkeys,” written and directed by Anthony Smith ’11, and “Alice Ashes,” by Daniel O’Sullivan ’11.

Backstage Pass: The Last Minutes

by Natalie Fine, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Backstage Pass: The Last Minutes

The Last Minutes, an on-campus group of rockers, is made up of Bella Loggins ’10, Ryan Rodger ’11, Katherine McDonald ’11, and Ben Block ’11.

Backstage Pass: New Group

by Natalie Fine, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Backstage Pass: New Group

New Group, one of Wesleyan’s co-ed a cappella troupes, is made up of thirteen members who sing an array of pop music (all student arranged).

Know Your DJ’s: Eli and Jenny of “This Machine Kills Fascists”

by Natalie Fine, Contributing Writer. 5 Comments

Jenny Huang ‘11 and Eli Hetko ‘11 are the cohosts of “This Machine Kills Fascists,” which airs on Wednesday nights at midnight on WESU. The two sat down for an interview with the Argus, during which they discussed everything from KMFDM to Israeli punk.

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