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Shuffling into retirement? With 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day, Lloyd Buzzell ’68 offers practical advice on how to stay involved.

Shuffling into retirement? With 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day, Lloyd Buzzell ’68 offers practical advice on how to stay involved.

Filmmaker Julia Morrison ’96 presents Hank and Asha, an unconventional transatlantic correspondence through video letters.

Filmmaker Julia Morrison ’96 presents Hank and Asha, an unconventional transatlantic correspondence through video letters.

Ayelet Waldman ’86 brings complexity to the incalculable sin of the Holocaust in her latest novel, Love and Treasure.

Ayelet Waldman ’86 brings complexity to the incalculable sin of the Holocaust in her latest novel, Love and Treasure.

What is Heartbleed? Many Wesleyan alumni have probably heard about the Heartbleed vulnerability which was announced on April 7. “Heartbleed” is a nickname that refers to a serious flaw in a popular open source security component known as OpenSSL. NPR’s story from April 8 provides an overview of the problem. For a more technical angle see the blog post on Heartbleed […]

For the first time ever, the Immigrant Justice Corps is recruiting post-graduate fellows to work with immigration law in New York City! Brought to us by Sarah Deri Oshiro ’04, this opportunity is perfect for graduating seniors interested in working with law and immigrant populations. Announced & Accepting Applications for 2014 The Immigrant Justice Corps […]

Evan Carmi ’13 – Comp Sci grad, Engineer at Brewster, Chief Technology Mastermind of Wesleying, and co-founder of WesHack – wrote to tell us about his new e-book, How to Get a Google Internship. In his book, you will “learn what it takes to get a software engineering internship with companies such as Google, The New York Times, and […]

Fiery journalist and cause crusader Chuck Stone ’48, who died last Sunday, is remembered for his achievements and activism. #THISISWHY

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