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Wesleyan’s 45th Annual Navratri Festival Celebrates North and South Indian Music 

by Sabrina Ladiwala, Staff Writer. Leave a Comment

Daft Punk May Be Ending, but Their Music Will Endure

by Sabrina Ladiwala, Sarah Timbie, . Leave a Comment

Mid-Winter Melodies: Student Musicians Release New Tracks Over Winter Break

by Abby Glassman, Sabrina Ladiwala, Sarah Timbie, Staff Writer, Staff Writer, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Mid-Winter Melodies: Student Musicians Release New Tracks Over Winter Break

In “Cut Woman,” Dena Igusti and Ray Jordan Achan ‘19 Explore the Perils and Possibilities of Embodied Writing

by Nathan Pugh, Sabrina Ladiwala, Arts & Culture Editor, Staff Writer. Comments Off on In “Cut Woman,” Dena Igusti and Ray Jordan Achan ‘19 Explore the Perils and Possibilities of Embodied Writing

WesCeleb Caroline Salim ’21 on the Government Major, Sailing, and Making Connections

by Claire Isenegger, Sabrina Ladiwala, Editor in Chief, Staff Writer. Comments Off on WesCeleb Caroline Salim ’21 on the Government Major, Sailing, and Making Connections

“The MonoLogOn”: Overcoming the Challenges of Zoom Theater and Creating a Close Knit Community

by Sabrina Ladiwala, Staff Writer. Comments Off on “The MonoLogOn”: Overcoming the Challenges of Zoom Theater and Creating a Close Knit Community

Honorée Fanonne Jeffers’ “The Age of Phillis” Long-Listed for the National Book Award

by Sabrina Ladiwala, Contributing Writer. Comments Off on Honorée Fanonne Jeffers’ “The Age of Phillis” Long-Listed for the National Book Award

In Conversation With Performer Kristina Wong, Plots are Formed for Creating Art Relevant to 2020

by Nathan Pugh, Sabrina Ladiwala, Contributing Writer, Arts & Culture Editor. Comments Off on In Conversation With Performer Kristina Wong, Plots are Formed for Creating Art Relevant to 2020

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