The residents of 261 Pine lookin’ cute
After a short hiatus due to being crazy busy, we’re back with the final ThesisCrazy installment, and it’s a special one too!! This article features three of the residents of 261 Pine Street; we have Phie Jacobs ’22 sharing their ~pertinent~ novella on a fictional disease pandemic, Kevin Le ’22 reveals the mind of a poet, and our very own head editor maury, Margaret Fitch ’22 talks about hybridizing the personal and the academic in her thesis about music performance anxiety! Read on after the cut!
Interviews by soap and maury
How come nobody told us we have a Wikipedia page????? At one of our recent meetings, while trying to fix the fact that we were locked out of our own Instagram (sorry about that guys), we stumbled upon Wesleying’s very own Wikipedia article. Who knew we were so famous. An intense journalistic reading under the cut.
Tashfia’s amazing healthcare pamphlet for the Bangladeshi community in NYC
Back again! Today we have Megan Levan ’22 talking about BUGS, and Tashfia Jilu ’22 calling attention to the need for better language interpretation in our health care system. Read on below!
P.S. Megan’s interview was done prior to the thesis deadline, and Tashfia’s was done after it
Interviews by saph and maury
The internet tells me that this building may be haunted
Hello hello! After a short break we’re back with more ThesisCrazy goodness! Today we have Ann Zhang ’22 discussing Shanghai’s Flatiron building, and Hannah Gearan ’22 sharing her process of making a documentary close to home. Also P.S. these interviews were done before the thesis deadline, so keep that in mind while reading. Keep going under the cut!!
Interviews by zoomy and saph.
I don’t know if Bernays actually said this, but either way it’s a pretty baller quote
Today is the day!!!! Our long collective thesis journey is finally over. Fear not, we’ll have more ThesisCrazy interviews for you after the champagne flows, but today we have Anna Nguyen ‘22 writing a thesis inspired by the WSA and Irene Westfall ’22 discussing the attention-whore who invented PR. Read on after the cut, and I’ll see you on the Olin steps at 4:00!
Interviews by missweazy and Soap
Thesis brought to you by Wii music
We’re back! Today we have Jules White ’22 talking about why weird novels are weird, Avi Friederich ‘22 reconnecting with his German heritage through the 12th Century Holy Roman Empire, and Maren Beriss ‘22 exploring queer utopias. Go on a journey with them under the cut!!
Interviews by zoomy, missweazy, and Soap
Loving the bottle of Listerine in Christina Lu ’22’s carrel
And so it begins! Welcome to the first installment of ThesisCrazy 2022! We’ve got a wonderful variety of thesis writers for you today: we have Ben Filio ’22 talking about his work with zebra finches and stretching data to its fullest, Emma Smith ’22 writing about representations of Latin American jungles and colonialist *hot takes,* and Christina Lu ’22 challenging the Chinese government’s idea of feminism. Read on under the cut!!
Interviews by missweazy, maury, and zoomy
Hey folks!! This is a quick interlude before we dive into the rest of ThesisCrazy to discuss the Will Smith/Chris Rock keep-my-wife’s-name-out-of-your-mouth moment last week because we Wesleying staff couldn’t stop talking about it. To quote one of our hottest takes, after long extended debate, we decided that “it’s controversial”.
Hopefully this isn’t you right now
It’s that time of year again! The days are getting longer, the weather is (sort of) getting warmer, and theses are almost due. In our annual Wesleying tradition, we want to hear about them! Seniors, come claim you 5 minutes of fame (in the form of a 10-15 minute interview) and tell us about your topic, your process, and the trials and tribulations that led to this point. And definitely tell us about your definitely-not-drunken plans for April 14th!
Fill out this form and a writer will reach out to you to set up an interview! And if you want a great way to procrastinate, look through the ThesisCrazy archives here, and see each year’s worth of interviews below:
A real shirt from Urban Outfitters
The following is a guest post from a member of the Wesleyan student body:
Oat milk is substance derived from oats blended in water, then strained. Its main advantage over cow’s milk is that it is vegan, nondairy, and more environmentally sustainable. Its main disadvantage is that it is less nutritious, overpriced, and gastronomically thin. The main source of pleasure from consuming oat milk is not the oat milk itself but the ethical pleasures with which it is associated.