Dara Swan and Dayna Weissman
Dara Swan ‘21 interviews Noa Lin ‘21.
“The boy. Where’d he go this time?”
We are excited to announce the beginning of a new project in collaboration with Myles Johnson (2022): The Tiny Dorm Concert Series. This series features Wesleyan artists sharing their music, visual art, and creative writing. If you would like to be featured, contact Myles at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay tuned for more to come!
“I might ask, Why don’t people like me? rather than simply, Why didn’t people like my post?”
“Why is it that when you search “rock music” on Google, Nickelback appears three times, along with white guys from the 1950’s who look straight out of Mad Men? How many times was Chuck Berry noted? Once.”
“It’s fine, the stakes are low, right? But what happens when those students have to cross paths twice a day in the lines of Usdan?”
“What seems to be going unnoticed amidst the Bitcoin boom is how much energy it eats up. While the Bitcoin name has worked its way into the mainstream, not many know how it is created."
Merkel’s weakened stronghold in Parliament combined with the AfD’s significant win point to the international rise in nationalistic political views, painting a worrisome picture and potentially foreshadowing a dark and eerily familiar future for the politics of Germany.
"The presidential debates in France recently have lacked substance: the candidates’ beliefs are too different from each other.