Last week, I was in the Cole Memorial Chapel for the first time since my freshman year. It’s funny to think about how time has elapsed and folded in on itself during […]
Authors note: Spoilers ahead! After over a year of theater closure, I wanted nothing but to be blown away by a movie. I longed to leave a theater speechless, tranced, sick and […]
Everyone lives within their own reality, their own frame. Sometimes that frame becomes a fantasy. Wong Kar-Wai’s In the Mood for Love is an exploration of what happens when that frame, that […]
Have you ever seen yourself through another’s eyes? What did it look like? Was it ugly, terrible, horrifying? Claudia Rankine’s book Citizen: An American Lyric, among other things, illustrates how a lens […]
Memoir-turned-film Prozac Nation shows the story of Elizabeth Wurtzel during her college days, a girl clinically depressed, and perpetually obsessed with Lou Reed. The book is based on Wurtzel’s real experiences, and […]
College students today are in a high-stress environment and under pressure 24/7. Though there are many ways college students learn to cope with the active campus life and course load, some lack understanding of the essential skills college students need to help them succeed.
At an Earth Day event at Wheaton College, students participated in a Q and A about the importance of staying active in environmental policymaking. The panel event featured guest speakers Professor Bradford […]
Every passing year, every month, week, day, hour, minute, second, or millisecond, even the smallest possible measurement of the manmade construct of time contains change.
Santiago Wills describes how the 2010’s chess scene lacks compelling stories in a 2012 article published by The Atlantic titled “How America Forgot About Chess”. According to The Atlantic article, Author of […]
After 28 years of making music, Daft Punk is officially breaking up according to the duo’s publicist, Kathryn Frazier. She gave no reason as to why they are retiring. The announcement was […]