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Robert Gillette ’59‘s research on experiential learning initiatives in Nazi-era Germany has influenced his career as an educator and his most recent book, Escape to Virginia.

Robert Gillette ’59‘s research on experiential learning initiatives in Nazi-era Germany has influenced his career as an educator and his most recent book, Escape to Virginia.

Best-selling author Mary Roach ’81 will be releasing Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War, a humorous non-fiction take on military science and the bizarre features of warfare.

Best-selling author Mary Roach ’81 will be releasing Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War, a humorous non-fiction take on military science and the bizarre features of warfare.

Weekend Edition Saturday invited Sebastian Junger ’84 to discuss his latest book, Tribe, a thesis about what we can learn from tribal societies about loyalty, belonging, and searching for meaning.

Weekend Edition Saturday invited Sebastian Junger ’84 to discuss his latest book, Tribe, a thesis about what we can learn from tribal societies about loyalty, belonging, and searching for meaning.

This week’s story features Hope Ring ’89 as she looks back on the hurricane that hit Wesleyan the fall of her frosh year.

Hope Neiman ’77 reminisces on on the care and support she received from the Wesleyan community.

We’re excited to announce that this year’s recipients are Sally Bachner, associate professor of English, Demetrius Eudell, professor of history, and James Lipton, professor of computer science. Congratulations!

We’re excited to announce that this year’s recipients are Sally Bachner, associate professor of English, Demetrius Eudell, professor of history, and James Lipton, professor of computer science. Congratulations!

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