Articles written by: Zachary Wilson

A&E / Archive

The Art of Making Pancakes: A student comically explains why making pancakes is an art form.

First things first: the batter. I suppose you could technically make your own, but that honestly sounds exhausting. Why would you put any more effort into this than you have to; we are making cooked batter discs here, not ornate French cuisine. Just pull out the eternal box of Bisquick […]

COVID and “WnW”: A look at COVID’s effects on Wednesday Night Worship
A&E / Archive

COVID and “WnW”: A look at COVID’s effects on Wednesday Night Worship

Imagine it’s 2018, and you live in Gough. It’s approaching 11 pm, and you decide to be responsible for once and start heading to bed. As you flick the light off and crawl under your sheets, you hear booming music vibrating the very floor and walls of the building coming […]

Archive / Features

Checking Out Nick Filet: An Eastern student scopes out a new dining location in the area.

Some years ago – when I was a freshman – having little or no money in my wallet, but desperate for food other than Sodexo, I thought I’d walk into Wayne and see what food was available. This is a feeling every Eastern student inevitably feels: whenever you’re staring mournfully […]