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“A good teacher is a sort of whirling dervish.” Wesconnect interviews Jeanine Basinger, pioneer of film studies and the veritable Professor of Hollywood, on the impact of good teachers and winning the Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching twice.

“A good teacher is a sort of whirling dervish.” Wesconnect interviews Jeanine Basinger, pioneer of film studies and the veritable Professor of Hollywood, on the impact of good teachers and winning the Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching twice.

Adam Gopnik reviews Sinatra: The Chairman, a “scandalous, but scholarly biography” by James Kaplan ’73, for the New Yorker.

Adam Gopnik reviews Sinatra: The Chairman, a “scandalous, but scholarly biography” by James Kaplan ’73, for the New Yorker.

“The Champions,” a documentary about pit bulls rescued from NFL quarterback Michael Vick’s dogfighting ring by Darcy Dennett ’92, received the “Giving Voice to the Voiceless” award at the Hamptons International Film Festival.

“The Champions,” a documentary about pit bulls rescued from NFL quarterback Michael Vick’s dogfighting ring by Darcy Dennett ’92, received the “Giving Voice to the Voiceless” award at the Hamptons International Film Festival.

The Ford Foundation hosted a celebration of Afropop’s Peabody Institutional Award recognizing the 27-year body of work by Sean Barlow ’79 and Banning Eyre ’79.

The Ford Foundation hosted a celebration of Afropop’s Peabody Institutional Award recognizing the 27-year body of work by Sean Barlow ’79 and Banning Eyre ’79.

In this week’s installment of the Wesleyan Storytelling Project, Marcie Greenfield-Simons ’79 and Cathy Chin Terry ’79 pay tribute to their dear friend and roommate Fran Smith ’79 who passed away in 2009.

“It’s okay to have a hodgepodge of identities,” says Zainab Khan ’13 in this interview with Wesconnect about Mozzified, her Muslim pop culture website. #THISISWHY

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