The tag on the outside of Gabe’s carrel in Olin
With this 10th installment of THESISCRAZY 2018, we bring you 3 out of the 4 residents of 43 Home. These three dudes are working hard (and playing hard?), and their theses look phenomenal. We’ve got some discussion of the Foucault/Chomsky debate (check it out, or at least thoroughly enjoy Gabriel Kachuck ‘18‘s hilarious description of it), of Hamburg (and hamburgers) by Jack Guenther ’18, and Joel Michael ’18‘s valiant attempts at resisting the hegemony of the colon in thesis titles.
Theses are after the jump!
Dasha filling us in on her thesis
Welcome to the NINTH installment of ThesisCrazy 2018. It’s been a day, with a lot of posts, but I feel the need to emphasize that each of these thesis writers has done a phenomenal job, and we wish each of them the best of luck in these last two days.
Two of the three theses in this post feature our BFF, Russia. Dasha Dubinsky ‘18 is writing a thesis where she gets to shit on Putin, which is definitely a win in my opinion. James Reston ’18 is entrenched in a KGB file about the Jesuits. And Nathaniel Barton ’18 is talking about the Isle of Pines, an Island off the coast of Cuba (more Cuba!).
Get yo thesis on after the jump!
Ilana telling us about the linkage between what we eat and how free we are.
In this post we have the lovely ladies Ilana Newman ’18, Hai Lun Tan ’18, and Katie Barnes ’18. They’ve done some amazing thesising about topics both domestic and international, and there was some more travel involved! To Cuba too! You can also do some literary traveling to Crete in 1200 B.C.E. (sadly Katie couldn’t actually travel there. bc 1200 B.C.E.)
Check out their thesising after the jump!
Sonya filling us in on her world travels, all in the name of research.
This ThesisCrazy installment features three leading ladies with their theses in various awesome majors. Travel to Medieval Spain with Sonya Bessalel ‘18, Italy with Hannah Skopicki ’18, and read some Yiddish folktales with Sophia Shoulson ’18.
I’m in LOVE with the diversity of thoughts, ideas, and peoples in this post. Get your thesis traveling on after the jump!
The members of 128A Church j chillin in the wonderful outdoors.
This ThesisCrazy is a group interview with three dudes, Benjamin Yap ‘18, Alex Fabry ‘18, and Matt Kleppner ‘18. To be clear, they did not all do their these together, in fact this group interview covers three different theses. However, the three of them do live in the same house, so hit them up at 128A Church!
To check out Part 5, go here.
Dive into their theses after the jump!
Emily looking super hyped while telling us about how she had to go to LA for her thesis. Are we jealous? N…..yes. yes we are.
Welcome back to ThesisCrazy! In this installment, we have a thesiswriter who got to go to LA on Wesleyan’s dime, another writing about extragalactic teenagers and intermediate mass, and the last writer’s thesis is about human coping mechanisms.
Check out Part 4 here!
Thesising after the jump.
Sahil smiling because he’s on the final stretch of his thesis woohoo!
Let’s talk about ThesisCrazy, baby.
In this here post we’ve got some CSS and we’ve got some Econ. We’re talking about androids and we’re talking about healthcare in America, two very hot topics right now. @Zach Lambros BA ’17 MA ’18 road to the ‘cacs bb.
Check out Part 3 here.
Thesising after the jump.
Welcome back to Thesis Crazy 2018! It’s been a little slow, but we have about 40 interviews left for you all to see, so these next few days are gonna be mad busy. You know who else is mad busy this weekend? Thesis writers. Don’t forget to block out time to PRINT OUT YOUR THESES. I just learned that’s a thing. It’s 2017, but I’m all for analog theses.
Check out Part 2 here and the archive here!
Come w/ me and get your thesis
Sometime just after midnight on Wednesday, April 11th, a flock of yellow Penske trucks made their way onto a quiet and peaceful Wesleyan. In the frigid night, illuminated by nothing more than the orange glow of nearby streetlights, they began unloading their cargo: 100 orange bikes to be dispensed on bike racks around the campus.
Sara in her thesis carrel talking about how badass her grandma is.
Welcome to the second installment of THESISCRAZY 2018! You thought we died because there hasn’t been a post in a week, but you were wrong! The thesis writers in this post are pheNOMENAL so get ready to ~dive into their lives~. We’re in the final stretch (one week left!!!!)
Check out Part 1 here and the archive here!
Get yo thesis on after the jump