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Monthly Archive for March, 2014

Come to the Academic Planning Pizza Lunch!   When: 12-1:30 Thursday April 3rd Where: Albritton 311 Featuring: Dean Brown, Peer Advisors, and Assoc. Registrar Paul Turenne   Stop by to eat pizza, get pearls of wisdom, and ask any questions you have about course registration or academic planning!!!   The planning period is in progress.  Make […]

The Astronomy Department is delighted to announce the 2014 Sturm Lecture by Dr. Meg Urry, Director of the Yale Center for Astronomy & Astrophysics and President of the American Astronomical Society.   “Black Holes, Galaxies, and the Evolution of the Universe”  Lecture summary: Black holes form in the young Universe and, over the next 13 […]

Hey Wesleyan- Counseling and Psychological Services is teaming up with WESupport to bring you the new Mental Health Support group. This support group will meet Wednesdays from 6:15 – 7:15 in the Solarium on the 2nd floor of the Davison Health Center. If you’ve been struggling with depression, the pace of college life, loneliness, anxiety, […]

Spring Semester Events

Spring semester means the Ring Family Israeli Film Festival, which always happens before the Spring Break and as always was fantastic thanks to Professor Dalit Katz’s curatorship. The festival featured: Fill the Void by Rama Burshstein (2012), Zaytoun byEran Riklis (2012), By Summer’s End by Noa Haroni, a documentary Six Million and One by David Fisher, and two shorts Wherever You Go by by Rony Sasson […]

It’s not an early April Fools Day joke. More snow, March 31.

While there are more women in TV than ever, movies continue to leave women out, Katey Rich ’06 finds.

Makeda Mays Green ’98 worked with recording artist Alicia Keys to create an interactive storytelling app for children.

While there are more women in TV than ever, movies continue to leave women out, Katey Rich ’06 finds.

Makeda Mays Green ’98 worked with recording artist Alicia Keys to create an interactive storytelling app for children.

Four years ago, prior to her freshman year at Wesleyan, Jennifer Roach ’14 co-founded Summer of Solutions Hartford, a food justice and youth leadership development program in Connecticut’s capital, just up the road from Middletown. Summer of Solutions was based in Frog Hollow, a low-income Hartford neighborhood, and affiliated with a national youth-led nonprofit called Grand Aspirations. […]

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