Shining Hope for Communities, an organization with Wesleyan roots, is building a digital library.
Monthly Archive for June, 2010
How are images used in the university classroom? Librarian Pat Tully investigates.
Two alumni tackle a prominent civil case involving clan murders from 1964.
In early October 1931, Wesleyan University celebrated its centennial. The event was highly publicized, and was attended by the university’s student body of approximately 600 as well as by guests, alumni and parents. My most recent archival project has been to explore documents associated with the centennial celebration, the Wesleyan Centennial Collection. Contained in a […]
Several alumni are planning, and will participate in, the first Wesleyan Alumni Half Marathon in September.
The Wesleyan Writers Conference kicks off its 54th year.
Alumnus Miranda, creator and composer of In the Heights, joins the national tour of the production.
Alumna and cupcake entrepreneur Candace Nelson will be a permanent judge on Food Network’s Cupcake Wars.
If you’re in the mood for an unconventional mystery, pick up alumna Carolyn Parkhurst’s new novel the Nobodies Album.
Ci Vediamo (“We’ll see each other” in italian) is an alternative to saying “goodbye” according to columnist and alumna Laura Fraser.