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Monthly Archive for September, 2014

The school year has only just begun, but graduating students are already feeling the pressure to plan for the future. Although some organizations won’t start to pick from our fine stock of seniors until the spring or summer, it can be tough to shake off that gray cloud of post-grad uncertainty in the meantime. On […]

Two non-profit organizations in Middletown are looking for Wesleyan students to assist with their programs as work-study students through the Office of Community Service. These are excellent opportunities to get involved in the community and gain professional experience while also earning work-study funds. Visit the OCS site for more information on the application process. Social Media / Administrative […]

Republicans Have Ad Advantage in Iowa, Kentucky Senate Races; Dems Ahead in Michigan, Louisiana   (MIDDLETOWN, CT) September 30, 2014 – Two weeks ago, the Wesleyan Media Project reported that Democrats had dominated advertising in the most competitive Senate races in the first part of September.  But over the past two weeks, Republicans have built […]

Working on a project and need a sounding board or mentor? Have an idea but don’t know where to begin? Want to practice your networking skills? Or just curious about life after Wesleyan? These Wesleyan alumni want to meet with you, hear about your work or aspirations, and share advice based on their experiences as […]

Meet Wesleyan’s Office of Residential Life staff! The “Res Life” staff strives to provide a safe, supportive and inclusive residential environment which compliments and extends the educational experience of students. Learn more about Res Life at http://www.wesleyan.edu/reslife/.

In July, the Patricelli Center announced that – through the generosity of Tim Freundlich ’90 and Bob Miller P’99 P’02 – Hannah Lewis ’12 and Oladoyin Oladapo ’14 were awarded SOCAP14 scholarships. Earlier this month, Hannah and Oladoyin attended the Social Capital Markets conference in San Francisco. You can read their reflections below and watch highlights from SOCAP on YouTube. FROM HANNAH So, […]

Republicans Have Ad Advantage in Iowa, Kentucky Senate Races; Dems Ahead in Michigan, Louisiana   (MIDDLETOWN, CT) September 30, 2014 – Two weeks ago, the Wesleyan Media Project reported that Democrats had dominated advertising in the most competitive Senate races in the first part of September. But over the past two weeks, Republicans have built ad advantages in Iowa, Kentucky, Continue Reading

Writer, actor and New York Neo Futurist Dylan Marron ’10 recently starred in a TD Bank commercial. #THISISWHY

“It’s gotten harder to make movies about people.” Miguel Arteta ’89, director of The Good Girl and Cedar Rapids, finds promise in television.

Writer, actor and New York Neo Futurist Dylan Marron ’10 recently starred in a TD Bank commercial. #THISISWHY

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