Arts

From the Petri Dish to the Paintbrush

While studying “left-brain” fields in college, these three students find synthesis between art and their academic pursuits.

M.K. Jones uses the unique art form of printmaking as a means of self-expression.
Got a case of the autumn blues? We’ve got just the thing. As we enter into seasonal limbo, check out this simple and soft playlist filled with gentle artists like Daniel Caesar, The Paper Kites, Molly Parden and Ethan Regan.
No need to go all the way to Chicago – all the cheap clothes and decor you need are right here in Wheaton.
Forget papers – these Wheaton students have published entire novels during or before their college years.
For all its promise, here’s why “The Creator” is a missed opportunity….
Only a half hour by train from campus lies a quaint haven for fans of literature and architecture….
The grass withers, the flower fades, but the drip is eternal. Here are the fashion trends Wheaties are…
A reflection on the 1940s masterpiece. …
Last spring, a few Wheaton students studying abroad in Italy and Spain captured moments of their time in…
The music of the hammered dulcimer soundtracks the Wheaton Folk Society’s organized dances. …
Our film columnist discusses why the two films bring out the best and worst of each other. …
Recent album release “Manna, Pt. 1” by Chris Renzema, one of Christian music’s most innovative artists, begins a…