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, andMatt 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!
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.
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.
1933. USA. Dir: Ernst Lubitsch. With Miriam Hopkins, Gary Cooper. 91 min.
When two struggling artists find that they’re having an affair with the same woman, the woman proposes: why not share? This refined yet obscene sex comedy employs Lubitsch’s signature wit to poke fun at dating norms and the vanity of jealous men, presenting a “Pre-Code” vision of romance more progressive than most rom-coms today. Intro by Prof. Michael Slowik, CFILM.
2000. Taiwan/Hong Kong/USA/China. Dir: Ang Lee. With Chow Yun-Fat, Michelle Yeoh. 120 min.
A famed Wudang fighter loses his sword to his archrival and her masked protege?, sparking a cross-country vengeance trek alongside his longtime secret love. Lee’s melding of epic drama with gleeful martial arts choreography will have you jumping amongst the trees for joy.
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.
New York Times critic-at-large Morris joins the publication’s chief film critic – and CFILM Distinguished Professor of Film Criticism – for a public discussion entitled “How to Keep Your (Critical) Head When the World is Losing its (Political) Mind.”
2007. France. Dir: Ce?line Sciamma. With Pauline Acquart, Louise Blache?re, Ade?le Haenel. 85 min.
Marie is a girl fighting to assert herself in a world where her meek and gentle grace is not accepted, while also navigating a new friendship with a synchronized swimming superstar. The writer-director of Girlhood takes a tender look at young love, friendship, sexual exploration, and what it means to belong.