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Monthly Archive for February, 2015

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Paul Gionfriddo ’75 offers a detailed account of his son Tim who has become one of the half million homeless people with serious mental illnesses in desperate need of help yet underserved or ignored by our health and social-service systems. #THISISWHY

Paul Gionfriddo ’75 offers a detailed account of his son Tim who has become one of the half million homeless people with serious mental illnesses in desperate need of help yet underserved or ignored by our health and social-service systems. #THISISWHY

Written by DAC Intern Rebecca Wilton ’15 Giovanni Battista Piranesi is known for his prolific work documenting the landscape of Rome – both his contemporary city of the 1700s and its storied ruins from antiquity. The Davison Art Center already has many examples of the detailed etchings and engravings that reveal his talent as an […]

This week’s Throwback Thursday post, the final post for our Black History Month series, features one of Wesleyan University Press’ best-selling titles, Tricia Rose’s Black Noise: Rap Music and Black Culture in Contemporary America. Rose’s book is one among many published by Wesleyan on African American music and musicians. Other books include Monument Eternal: The Music of Alice Coltrane,…

Latin American Studies Open House!
 
Fri., Feb. 27, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
 
255 High Street
 
Center for the Americas
 
Pizza will be served!
 
860-685-3112 for more info
 

The Office of Admission is beginning the hiring process for the 2015-2016 Senior Interviewer position.  As many of you are aware, this position would allow you to leave your legacy at Wesleyan and help shape the Class of 2020. Some of the responsibilities include: Interviewing prospective students in the summer and/or fall Co-leading information sessions […]

In celebration of John Driscoll ’62‘s 50th Reunion in 2012, classmates and friends began a scholarship fund to endow a four-year support scholarship for a Freeman Scholar.

Claire Burns ’89, Chief Customer Officer at MetLife—and CCO of the year—spoke with Wesconnect about receiving the award, her roots in customer service, and her Wes experience. #THISISWHY

In celebration of John Driscoll ’62‘s 50th Reunion in 2012, classmates and friends began a scholarship fund to endow a four-year support scholarship for a Freeman Scholar.

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