Every year, students are left with the question, “How should I spend my Halloween?” Juniors Hampton Henderson and Sophie Zetzsche narrowed the choices down to Halloween parties and trick or treating in the He Said; She Said.
Halloween is coming and with it an oppressive air of terror and apprehension. Not every fright, however, is obvious from the start. Some of the greatest horrors are brought by revelation, and even Wesleyan holds secrets; under the visage of green grass and high test scores lies some of the scariest realities a Wesleyan student can face. Keep Reading
When most people think about October, the first ideas that come to their minds are typically pumpkins and all things spooky.
However, October is just as exciting as Christmas morning for Netflix watchers everywhere. New seasons, shows and movies all premiered in October, and here are just a few that will make sure to keep fans occupied while in a warm sweater drinking apple cider.
When summer spirits start to fall as the warm weather recedes, they are revived by the numerous exciting activities that fall has in store. Autumn weather begins the era of corn mazes, hay rides and haunted houses. So, put on your comfy sweater, grab some apple cider and enjoy the sounds of a crackling campfire with friends. Keep Reading