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Monthly Archive for March, 2013

Summer is fast approaching, and being responsible and mature college students, most of us don’t want to spend the whole vacation bumming around the house while watching reruns and stuffing our faces with food (but that does sound awesome). We want to do something substantial! We want to build our resumes while earning […]

If you follow our picks of the week, you may remember a very similar image to the one above from a pick made last September. At the time, I didn’t know if or how the photograph was used, but as you can see, a slightly different shot was featured on the cover of the February […]

Michigan-based folk musicians and environmental activists Samuel Seth Bernard and May Erlewine will participate in a performance and conversation over a vegan dinner for Wesleyan students, faculty and staff. This free event is entitled “Music & Conversation with Seth and May” and is being hosted by Rani Arbo on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from 4:30pm […]

Michigan-based folk musicians and environmental activists Samuel Seth Bernard and May Erlewine will participate in a performance and conversation over a vegan dinner for Wesleyan students, faculty and staff. This free event is entitled “Music & Conversation with Seth and May” and is being hosted by Rani Arbo on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from 4:30pm […]

Dear students,

The WSA is interested in reactions to the Diversity Forum Update that was sent to all students two days ago.  Please fill out this short, two-minute survey to help us assess and take further action.

If you have further comments, please feel free to contact:

Sam Ebb ’13, Academic Affairs Committee (AAC) Chair […]

Who’s outside today watching those perfectly-puffy bunny-buns float over campus? James Gardner ‘13, a German studies major, is trying to catch one at the Allbritton Center.

University academic departments tend to work in silos. Center for the Arts Program Manager Erinn Roos-Brown explores how the arts bridge new collaborations across disciplines and inspire educational change in this entry from the ArtsFwd blog. I recently attended the Innovations: Intersection of Art and Science symposium hosted by Wesleyan University, which explored collaborations between artists and scientists […]

Baseball practice, March 28.

Actor, writer and director Edoardo Ballerini ’92 discusses acting in the BBC crime drama.

Actor, writer and director Edoardo Ballerini ’92 discusses acting in the BBC crime drama.

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