New Mead Exhibit Asks “If Timing Is Everything, What is Time?”
When walking into the the Mead Art Museum, one will inevitably pass by Stearns Steeple, which has stood on the same ground since 1873, even as the landscape of the rest of the college has evolved around it.
Best Books to Binge this Winter: Comedic, Historic and In-Between
For fans of shows like "Handmaid's Tale" and "The Americans," these books are must-reads.
Shiru Cafe Calls into Question the Cost of a Free Cup of Coffee
While Shiru Cafe's free coffee may sound appealing at first, it comes with a handful of social concerns that point to the direction technology and big-business may be taking the world of commerce.
The Subtle Magic of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” Delights
Taking place in 1950s New York, "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" creates remarkable details, and even art, out of its scenery and costume design that create a nostalgia for the period and place, no matter how old you are or where you are from.
Four Ways to Cope with a Winter That Never Seems to End
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can cause symptoms of depression during dark winter months, but there are campus resources that can help when we're feeling down.
Punk Iteration of “Dr. Faustus” Transforms Elizabethan Play
Wesley Guimarães’ ’19 senior honors thesis "Dr. Faustus" provides a punk, provocative revival of an Elizabethan play.
All the World’s His Stage
Wesley Guimarães dos Santos is not only an impeccable performer on stage, but also a thoughtful person once the costumes come off.