Latin@ Affirmation Month kicked off this Sunday with “Convocation,” a roundtable discussion centered on Latinas/os in the media.
University students, Posse veterans, and civilians came together for “Storytelling for Life, Business and Politics: A Writing Symposium at Wesleyan”.
This past Wednesday, Sept. 30, University students and faculty came together in Allbritton to listen to six Palestinians share their experiences living in the West Bank.
The “Queer/Art/Poetics Conference” hosted a three-day conference to explore the question of what art can do, specifically the shapes, sounds, and textures of queer art.
On Saturday, April 4, a group of students organized a space for mourning and reflection for Martin Luther King, Jr.
An Open Letter to My Friends who Didn’t Hear Lemony Snicket Speak because “Daniel Handler is Racist.”
Studio art majors take a page from the book of Jim Dine in the Davison Art Center.
After their first semester at Wesleyan, our Arts writers looked back on their experiences.
Three weekly panels discussed issues of race and queerness, beauty standards, and citizenship.
The seventh annual conference addressed the importance of making a “collective impact.”
In the World Music Hall on Tuesday night, this trio gave a rich, beautiful performance.