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Keyboard issue Some Android users who log in to the Alumni App using LinkedIn are unable to proceed on the PIN screen because of a keyboard bug. Developers are working on a fix and we will post an estimated release date as soon as possible. A workaround Meanwhile affected users can work around this problem by logging out of […]

When alumni connect with the Patricelli Center for the first time, they often leave bits of advice for students and young entrepreneurs. As fall break comes to close and courses kick into high gear again, we’re happy to offer a mid-semester pick-me-up and share some of their wise words. (If you’re an alum with truth bombs to […]

Wesleyan World Wednesdays, the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, and Academic Affairs present a panel discussion with Wesleyan alum and CT State Epidemiologist Dr. Matthew Cartter,  Prof. Anna Geltzer and Prof. David Constantine, on the public health response to Ebola.

Remove Front Door Software

On Oct. 14, 2014, ITS instructed the Wesleyan community to remove Front Door Software from their computers and change protection by the end of December: Wesleyan has discontinued licensing Front Door Software.  The product has had ongoing issues with staying current with Mac operating system updates which impairs its functionality, making location tracking useless in […]

Remove Front Door Software

On Oct. 14, 2014, ITS instructed the Wesleyan community to remove Front Door Software from their computers and change protection by the end of December: Wesleyan has discontinued licensing Front Door Software.  The product has had ongoing issues with staying current with Mac operating system updates which impairs its functionality, making location tracking useless in […]

One of Wesleyan’s email servers experienced delays this morning between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. affecting roughly 20% of alumni accounts on the affected server (Cyrus). Some users may have noticed that actions to move or delete mail failed during this period, and that mail was not being delivered. Full service has now been restored, and […]

Late last week, based on additional feedback from WesChat list members, we reverted the recent change to WesChat’s headers. Several regular readers/contributors noted that the changes made the list harder to use: to such an extent that it was worse than the original problem. When we made the header change a few weeks ago we […]

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 […]

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, […]

  The perfect Family Weekend activity! Over 3,000 books for sale on Saturday, September 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the lobby of Olin Memorial Library, 252 Church St., Middletown, CT.  A great selection of academic and popular books, most priced $1 to $5, with better books $10+.  Cash and checks accepted.   […]

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