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Monthly Archive for July, 2014

Kazim Ali wins Ohioana Book Award

We are pleased to announce that Kazim Ali’s Sky Ward is the 2014 Ohioana Book Award winner in Poetry!     The Ohioana awards have been presented annually since 1942 to talented Ohioans in recognition of their contributions to the literary and cultural life of the state. The awards are among the oldest and most […]

This week’s TBT selection is “Fox Blood,” from James Dickey’s 1965 collection Buckdancer’s Choice (1965), winner of the 1966 National Book Award.   . Fox Blood Blood blister over my thumb-moon Rising, under clear still plastic Still rising strongly, on the rise Of unleashed dog-sounds: sound broke, Log opened. Moon rose Clear bright. Dark homeland Peeled backward, scrambling […]

In June, Wesleyan’s Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship announced that it would award two tickets to the Social Capital Markets conference (SOCAP) to young alumni with an interest in how money can be leveraged to create social change. It was no surprise that those who applied were talented, motivated social changemakers working in a variety […]

We speak with Christopher Weaver MALS ’75 CAS ’76, who created the physics sports simulation that Madden is based on. He went on to pioneer games like The Elder Scrolls, and in general, the open-world game industry. #THISISWHY

We speak with Christopher Weaver MALS ’75 CAS ’76, who created the physics sports simulation that Madden is based on. He went on to pioneer games like The Elder Scrolls, and in general, the open-world game industry. #THISISWHY

ITS will be upgrading the Moodle system on Tuesday morning, August 5 during the scheduled system maintenance window.  You will notice some changes in the interface.  Moodle will be online by 7:00 am and available for use.

Part of the mission of Wesleyan is to provide “an education in the liberal arts that is characterized by boldness, rigor, and practical idealism.” Those attributes come to life at the Patricelli Center, where students and alumni find real-world applications for their idealism, hone their skills as entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs, and join the legions of […]

Since he was young William Foster III MALS ’86 loved comic books though they rarely featured black characters. As an adult, he sought to rectify that. #THISISWHY

Log into the Student Account Center via Student Portfolio to view the current balance due. If you would like guests to have access to your financial information, make payments on your behalf, enroll in an optional semester monthly payment plan and be able to speak freely with our staff about your account, please be sure […]

There was a service interruption in some perimeter buildings on the south side of campus between 5 and 6 pm today.  ITS has resolved the problem.

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