In just a few weeks, the tenth annual New Plays Festival will showcase Wheaton students’ talents in playwriting, directing and acting. The festival will take place over the first weekend in March, and will include nine plays. Professor of Theater David Fox said that the plays are a good way to “showcase the words of […]
Since its foundation in 1834, Wheaton has undergone significant changes, most notably converting from a female seminary to a college when it was granted its charter in 1912. The exhibit “100 Years, 100 Objects” at the Beard and Weil Galleries celebrates this milestone in Wheaton’s history and showcases not only stories of the college’s past, […]
A diverse audience of all ages gathered in Kresge Experimental Theater on Thurs, Feb. 7 to see Stephanie Burlington Daniels perform in the play “Birth Breath Bride Elizabeth.” Although some were prepared for Daniels’ theatrics, many were unsuspecting of the exact format of the ensuing drama as they settled in and looked at the minimal […]
If you’ve never heard of the Vaccines, stop reading and go listen to “Wetsuit,” or better yet, watch the music video too. Okay, now come back to this article. Ready to read all about the awesome Vaccines concert you missed last week? With their critically acclaimed debut album, What Did You Expect From the Vaccines?, […]
His works are familiar. In fact, they look just like the paintings of Raphael, Monet, and Rembrandt. But Ken Aptekar’s Look Again exhibit in the Beard & Weil Galleries in Watson Fine Arts is more than a collection of imitations.
Comedian Ben Kronberg’s performance in the Atrium of Balfour Hood for the Big Event on February 3rd was an interesting display to say the least.