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Over the weekend, many flowering shrubs sprung to life at Wesleyan University,April 17. 

More than 500 admitted Class of 2021 students and their family members attended WesFest activities on campus, April 12-14.

WesFest is a three-day celebration of all things Wesleyan. The Office of Admission invites all admitted students and their families to visit Wesleyan, experience university life first-hand, and explore the diverse opportunities that a Wesleyan education has to offer.

During WesFest, campus visitors attend classes and academic department open houses; tour campus and academic departments; meet and interact with Wesleyan students; attend a Student Activities Fair; enjoy an all-campus barbecue picnic and live student bands; learn about liberal arts career opportunities and Wesleyan athletic programs; attend student-to-student and parent-to-parent panels; and much more. 

Students took advantage of the warm weather on April 11. Several classes were held outdoors on College Row. 

Students enjoy the 82 degree temps on Foss Hill, April 11. 

Students enjoyed the spring-like weather April 5 at Wesleyan University. 

The snow is (almost) melted and crocuses, pansies and daffodils are already providing an early spring color burst on Wesleyan’s campus, April 3. 

Chabad at Wesleyan hosted its sixth annual Wesleyan Matzah Bakery March 31 in Huss Courtyard. Matzah, also spelled matzo, is an unleavened bread made from flour and water and takes about 15 minutes to bake. It’s traditionally eaten by Jews during the week-long Passover holiday.

Chabad at Wesleyan, led by Rabbi Levi Schectman, is one of Wesleyan’s Jewish organizations, offers social, educational, recreational and religious programming for students and faculty. (Photos by Matt Rentetzky ‘18)

After a six-week Winter Recess, university housing re-opened for all undergraduates on Jan. 24 and the spring semester commenced on Jan. 26. Read more: http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2017/01/26/undergraduates-begin-spring-semester/

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. 

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