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New York-based artist Ben Weiner ’03 explores how the human body is mechanized through the use of synthetic beauty products in his latest exhibition, Textures of You.

CEO and President of New York Public Radio, Laura Walker ’79, is recognized for encouraging and assisting women in the radio industry.

CEO and President of New York Public Radio, Laura Walker ’79, is recognized for encouraging and assisting women in the radio industry.

Pamela Tatge ’84 discusses her new position as the director of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in Becket, Massachusetts.

Pamela Tatge ’84 discusses her new position as the director of Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in Becket, Massachusetts.

On June 18, over 100 Wesleyan alumni met in Fort Greene Park, NYC with alumni from Amherst and Williams for the third annual Alumni of Color Picnic.

Sascha Paladino ’98 created and executive produced Miles from Tomorrowland, an animated series for children about life in outer space about to launch its second season.

Sascha Paladino ’98 created and executive produced Miles from Tomorrowland, an animated series for children about life in outer space about to launch its second season.

On June 18, over 100 Wesleyan alumni met in Fort Greene Park, NYC with alumni from Amherst and Williams for the third annual Alumni of Color Picnic.

Author Steve Almond ’88 covers the costly American football industry and how taxpayer dollars are abused to help fund it.

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