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Monthly Archive for October, 2014

Is Russell House haunted? This video, produced by Ben Travers, investigates, helped in part by with resources from SC&A. Happy Halloween!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDGkyi3_kR0
 

Is Russell House haunted? This video, produced by Ben Travers, investigates, helped in part by with resources from SC&A. Happy Halloween!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDGkyi3_kR0
 

Children enrolled in Wesleyan’s Neighborhood Preschool participated in the annual NPS Halloween Parade on Oct. 31. The children, accompanied by their parents, teachers and care-takers, paraded through Exley Science Center and stopped at Olin Library and North College to sing songs. Many trick-or-treaters are the children of Wesleyan faculty and staff.

Misty October morning on the Connecticut River, Oct. 31. 

Photos from Austria

Jessica Carlson sends these photos from Reith, Tyrol, Austria. Yoga class at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre in Tyrol. Jessica and fellow classmates upon earning their yoga instructor certificates. Hiking through the Alps.

You are invited to… Middletown Potluck’s Fall Festival at the Green Street Arts Center! The fall theme is Where do you call home? bring your appetite, stories, and a dish to share! Saturday, November 1st from 5-8pm Location: 51 Green Street If you have any questions please email at middletownpotluck@gmail.com        

Happy Halloween and Samhain (an ancient Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season)—and happy birthday to one of Wesleyan’s celebrated poets, Annie Finch. Finch was born on October 31st, 1956. She is a Wiccan, and her latest book is Spells, published by Wesleyan on April 2, 2013. Spells, which brings Finch’s most striking old poems […]

This week’s Throwback Thursday selection—for the last Thursday of October—is “The Clear Air of October,” from Robert Bly’s 1962 collection Silence in the Snowy Fields (also available in a special-edition minibook).   . The Clear Air of October I can see outside the gold wings without birds Flying around, and the wells of cold water Without walls standing eighty feet […]

History Matters… Careers.  Glenn Lunden ’83, NYC Transit Authority Glenn Lunden graduated from Wesleyan in 1983 with a B.A. in History, concentrating on American History.  A 1981 Truman Scholar, he went on to earn a Master’s degree in Public Affairs and Urban and Regional Planning at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International […]

Center for the Arts Director Pamela Tatge discusses the development of the work “SPILL” by Leigh Fondakowski. Ms. Fondakowski will give a free talk about the future of “SPILL” on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 7pm in CFA Hall. As the third Outside the Box Theater Series event of the year, playwright Leigh Fondakowski will give […]

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