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Monthly Archive for March, 2017

Applications are now open for two exciting courses that provide a deep dive into the realm of social impact and social entrepreneurship work. Check out the slide decks to learn more, attend an information session, and fill out an application by 11:59 pm on April 12. (click here for a PDF version of the poster…

Special Collections & Archives holds a rich collection of documents and photographs related to the Wesleyan’s first period of coeducation, 1872-1912, and it has been recently digitized and is fully available online. The Coeducation Collection finding aid has been updated to provide links to the digital files. You can also browse the collection. This is […]

  Green Street Teaching and Learning Center is planning for its Fall 2017 semester of AfterSchool classes for children in grades 1-5. They are looking for class proposals in music, visual art, theater, culture, languages, sign language, dance, movement, nutrition, media, environment, and especially those that integrate science or math in a fun, hands-on way.  Interested Wesleyan students…

On March 13, Winter Storm Stella powdered #Wesleyan’s campus with more than a foot of snow. 

Wesleyan University’s midsemester recess, otherwise known as spring break, began with a snowy start on March 10. Classes will resume on March 27. 

The month of February marked the campus-wide celebration of Black History Month. Hosted by Ujamaa, Wesleyan’s Black Student Union, students took part in a plethora of events that celebrated black life, experiences and culture.

This year events centered around the theme, “Freedom is a Constant Struggle,” highlighting the many years of oppression people of color faced in the United States. Events included a celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a student of color art show, a leadership conference, a Black History Month formal and much more.

See more: http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2017/02/24/black-history-month-events-celebrate-life-culture-experiences/

On Feb. 23, students of color presented their visual work at the Be the Art showcase in Zilkha Gallery at Wesleyan University. The annual exhibit highlights the work of artists who are often underrepresented at Wesleyan and in the world at large.

Photos from the Muhal Richard Abrams Quintet performance on Friday, February 24, 2017 in Crowell Concert Hall. Legendary pianist and National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master Muhal Richard Abrams performed with his Quintet, featuring trumpeter Jonathan Finlayson, vibraphonist Bryan Carrott, drummer Reggie Nicholson, and bassist John Hébert. Photos by Perceptions Photography. Click here to view the entire album on Flickr.

There has been a significant increase in phishing emails and compromised accounts.  Please be diligent and alert when reading email.  If there is any doubt, you may contact any member of ITS staff for confirmation on whether a message is legitimate. Some information about phishing is available here: http://www.wesleyan.edu/its/security/phishing.html If you do click on a suspicious […]

There were two prevalent phishing emails that circulated widely through the Wesleyan community.  One from meisner@wesleyan purporting to share a document via Dropbox and one claiming to be from payroll with a disguised link.  Neither are legitimate.  Please do not click any links.  If you you do click the links, please change your Wesleyan password […]

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