With winter approaching, one writer revisits the music and warm nostalgia of her past.
Though used to considering crime dramas mere background noise, one writer becomes captivated by The Five through its music.
After his grandfather's death, our writer delves into Mary Frye’s poem “Do Not Stand at my Grave and Weep.”
Upon re-discovering the CD in her car, one listener looks back at the vastness of Bon Iver, Bon Iver.
The Wesleyan community collectively responds to The MASH Music Festival.
Our Co-founder, Sage Marshall, elaborates on the importance of live response in advance of the MASH Music Festival.
The experience of the protagonist in The Sheltering Sky (1949) is both relational to and refuge from a student's own illness.
A meditation on the casualties of time and the motions of motherhood through Nicholas Nixon's photographic series The Brown Sisters.
In Goodbye First Love (2011), a young couple’s idealized version of love dissolves.
A moving tribute to Denis Johnson's (1949-2017) prose through one reader's changing perceptions of his work.
Linne Halpern reflects on Joan Didian and her first summer alone in NYC.
Maddie Woda ponders Heathers: The Musical and her high school experience.
Maile McCann investigates the harms of care, in her own life and in Bergman's Persona.
Linne Halpern muses on the fashion of L’Avventurra in relation to her own materialism.
Andrew Jacono shares his appreciation for folk musician Sufjan Stevens and his music's ability to bring people together.
Casey Lane realizes her connection with Holden Caulfield.
Sage Marshall ponders his endearment with the familiar in The Office.
Linne Halpern explores her experiences with Bon Iver’s recent album and concert in the aftermath of her 21st birthday.
Linne Halpern responds to Patti Smith's Memoir, M Train, with a poem.