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Monthly Archive for June, 2013

9 more days…

until Summer pre Registration is due! Monday, July 8th at 11:59 PM, to be precise! Take it from a procrastinator: you don’t want to procrastinate here. Completing the 5 preregistration steps on your Eportfolio can be key to getting started at Wes on the right foot. Note that completing these forms in  now way commits […]

Currently exhibiting artist (and cancer survivor), Roslyn Carrier-Brault will give an artist’s talk about her emotive and aesthetically powerful show of manipulated photographs, Count Your Blessings:  Visions of Hope  on Tuesday, at noon at the Green Street Arts Center, 51 Green St., Middletown, CT .  

Now that you’re browsing WesMaps and thinking about which courses to take, you may be brimming with questions and wondering what kind of advising resources will be available to you once you get on campus. This post will serve as a Q and A to answer some of these anticipated questions…and give you plenty of […]

Tucker Reed ’02 discusses what the next New York mayor must focus on to boost public facilities in this piece for the HuffPo.

Tucker Reed ’02 discusses what the next New York mayor must focus on to boost public facilities in this piece for the HuffPo.

Saturday, June 29 from 7-10pm–Green Street Arts Center’s musical artists will be performing at US RESTAURNT on Main Street, right here in Middletown! The Lady Elizabeth acoustic trio:  Elizibeth Dellinger, Jocelyn Pleasant, and Tony Dioguardi.  This will be an improvisational experiment rooted in soul and jazz.  Come out and enjoy some sweet music!

Ever wanted to hear Hillary Clinton, Arianna Huffington, or Richard Branson speak? From Analisa Balares, Chair of the Womensphere Foundation: “Through the Womensphere Foundation, we are building a global alliance and network of leaders, innovators, corporations, and academic institutions that are actively investing in creating the future, and advancing the leadership and innovation of women. Thus, […]

The Boston Globe talks with Jonathan Haber ’85, man on a mission–to MOOC his way through college in one year.

The Boston Globe talks with Jonathan Haber ’85, man on a mission–to MOOC his way through college in one year.

Wesleyan University’s Center for the Arts announces the highlights of their 40th anniversary season in 2013-2014, including two world premieres, four New England premieres, and six Connecticut premieres: • September 6 – December 8, 2013: The Alumni Show II exhibition in Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, featuring painting, sculpture, drawing, installation art, video art, performance, […]

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