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

More than 100 Wesleyan University students are completing a full-semester course in two weeks as part of Winter Session 2017. Now in it’s fourth year, this is the highest enrollment to date.

Winter Session is held Jan. 9-24 and classes typically meet for four hours a day for 10 days.

Courses this year include Introduction to Digital Arts, taught by Christopher Chenier; The Dark Side of the Universe, taught by Edward Moran; Homer and the Epic, taught by Andrew Szegedy-Maszak; Introduction to Programming, taught by James Lipton; U.S. Foreign Policy, taught by Douglas Foyle; Masculinity, taught by Jill Morawski; and Applied Data Analysis taught by Lisa Dierker. View more Winter Session photos here

Moon over Middletown, Jan. 11, 2017 at #Wesleyan University. 

The Worlds of Dance Concert, held Dec. 4 at Crowell Concert Hall, featured the works of five different dance courses in their semester-end culminating performance. Beginning and intermediate dance students performed works in various styles inc…

Campus continues to burst with color on Nov. 4. #Wesleyan

As part of Family Weekend, the Gordon Career Center hosted an open house and Summer Experience Showcase on Oct. 28. Staff at the Gordon Career Center spoke to families about resources available to students as they explore the future. Families h…

It’s snowing, Oct. 27 at Wesleyan University! 

It’s a beautiful fall day at Wesleyan, Oct. 25. Students have returned from fall recess. 

On Oct. 22, alumni, students, families and the Middletown community enjoyed Homecoming and the 4th annual Middletown Day.

On Oct. 14, Wesleyan’s Jewish community constructed a sukkah near the Center for the Arts. The dwelling provides a shelter for students to celebrate the festival of Sukkot. For eight days, students study, socialize, mediate, eat, host events and occasionally sleep in the religious building.

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