What would I be if I were all that I could be? With academic and extracurricular options abundant on campus, many students find themselves pondering this question as they advance through their years at Wesleyan.
When the great Wesleyan Blackout of 2011 hit, I was alone. In search of that friend I had been chatting with on Facebook only ten minutes prior, I cautiously made my way to the exit of my dorm and stepped into a moonlit Junior village.
Wesleyan, and other liberal arts colleges, always like to boast about their class diversity.
Lately, the campus has been abuzz with a topic previously rarely discussed – individual students’ own grades. The catalyst seems to have been lists posted on the Class Deans’ blogs of students with GPAs in the top 10 to 20 percent of their class.
Thanks to a new interdisciplinary initiative coordinated by the Quantitative Analysis Center (QAC), the University will soon be equipped to conduct its own nationwide opinion polls.
Last Thursday’s show at Beckham Hall, which featured Movement, the Postelles and Yeasayer, was the object of the sort of anticipation everybody can feel in their bones—fans crowded the doors of the hall long before the show was scheduled to start.
At last Friday’s rock show at Eclectic, three scrappy young bands from far-reaching corners of the globe were brought together and somehow made musical friends
Cymbals Eat Guitars, an alternative rock band from Staten Island, New York, burst onto the blog scene earlier this year with little warning and great brio.