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Directed by Joss Whedon ’87, Earth’s mightiest heroes are met with machines, mayhem, and mixed reviews.

The Alumni Association announces its awards recipients for 2015.

The 2015 Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching recipients are; Michael A. Calter, Professor of Chemistry; David Schorr, Professor of Art; and Gina Athena Ulysse, Associate Professor of Anthropology.

The 2015 Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching recipients are; Michael A. Calter, Professor of Chemistry; David Schorr, Professor of Art; and Gina Athena Ulysse, Associate Professor of Anthropology.

Meet Carl Goodman ’88, Executive Director of the Museum of the Moving Image. Read about Carl’s early influences, his approach to curation, and an upcoming Wesleyan evening at the Museum’s Mad Men exhibit.

Meet Carl Goodman ’88, Executive Director of the Museum of the Moving Image. Read about Carl’s early influences, his approach to curation, and an upcoming Wesleyan evening at the Museum’s Mad Men exhibit.

On Earth Day, Christopher Swain ’80 swam through “the raw sewage and toxic sludge” of one of the most toxic canals in America: Brooklyn’s Gowandus Canal. #THISISWHY

Music video directors, journalists and artists—alumni across disciplines visited campus for WesFest recently. #THISISWHY

On Earth Day, Christopher Swain ’80 swam through “the raw sewage and toxic sludge” of one of the most toxic canals in America: Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal. #THISISWHY

Alumni from across disciplines, including music video directors, journalists, and artists, visited campus for WesFest recently. #THISISWHY

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