Procrastinators beware: Method Magazine, a new student-run magazine, and Method Life, a new student-run blog, may be the best excuses to put off your homework since Facebook.
A number of websites and publications offer a glimpse into student life at the University: anonymous confession boards, University blogs, Hermes—even Unlocked Magazine.
In 1939, two University students living in Clark Hall broke into its tunnels and used the water pipes to create a makeshift antenna and broadcast a grassroots radio show to their peers. They could scarcely have imagined that 70 years later, WESU would be a thriving radio station celebrating its anniversary with one of today’s foremost pioneers of independent media, Amy Goodman.
Bar Night still thrives after 14 years of vibrance.
On December 27, after eight months of rocket fire from Palestinian militants into southern Israel, the Israeli Defense Force began an offensive targeting Hamas forces in the Gaza Strip.
One glimpse at the Do It In The Dark competition website, with its difficult-to-read black writing and dark gray background, might put off the average Wesleyan student.
For Paul Dickson ’61, an author of more than 50 non-fiction books, the issue of copyright infringement has hit closer than he ever imagined.
Students walking through the Olin Library lobby have probably noticed a banner depicting a young boy and his words—“We had to leave our lovely city”—framing his solemn face. The banner is a portrait of a thirteen-year old refugee named Uryi, who fled Blarus in 2000 to seek political asylum in the British seaside town of Margate. Wendy Ewald, who took the photograph, is one of three internationally renowned documentary photographers whose work is currently on display in the Zilka Gallery.
When Andrew Cary Dickson ’98 went into the Star and Crescent for dinner his sophomore year, he felt that the members of Alpha Delt were snubbing him because he looked like an athlete. According to his father, former Alpha Delt President Paul Dickson ‘61, that was not the way it used to be. Back in the day, he said, Alpha Delt housed bohemians and athletes alike.