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Wesconnect’s Greatest Hits in Entertainment: Carter Bays ’97 and Craig Thomas ’97 (How I Met Your Mother), Matthew Weiner ’87 (Mad Men), D.B. Weiss ’93 (Game of Thrones) and the Emmys 2014.

This past Sunday, October 12th, the Wesleyan Student Assembly took part in Bystander Intervention training with Tonya Purdy and Alysha Warren. We addressed our own barriers to intervention, discussed potential strategies for intervening, and thought about the kind of community we want to build. Bystander intervention goes beyond helping a drunk friend or intervening in […]

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Ben Selkow ’96 directed and produced the Vietnam episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, to air on Oct. 19, and co-created and executive-produced Welcome to Fairfax, a new series to premiere on Oct. 17 on Pivot TV (right before the premiere of Freestyle Love Supreme right after, with Lin-Manuel Miranda ’02 and Tommy Kail ’99). #THISISWHY

Michael Yoshida ’13 won a Regional Emmy with his WDAZ team for their coverage of “The Search for Anthony.” #THISISWHY

Ben Selkow ’96 directed and produced the Vietnam episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, to air on Oct. 19, and co-created and executive-produced Welcome to Fairfax, a new series to premiere on Oct. 17 on Pivot TV (right before the premiere of Freestyle Love Supreme right after, with Lin-Manuel Miranda ’02 and Tommy Kail ’99). #THISISWHY

Michael Yoshida ’13 won a Regional Emmy with his WDAZ team for their coverage of “The Search for Anthony.” #THISISWHY

CNN reporter Maria Santana ’98 spotlights the conservative movement’s use of Ebola to fan anti-immigration reform.

CNN reporter Maria Santana ’98 highlights how some legislators are using the Ebola panic to fan anti-immigration reform.

Stephen Young ’73, former Ambassador to Hong Kong, co-authors an open letter to Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying urging for dialogue between the government and protestors.

Stephen Young ’73, former Ambassador to Hong Kong, co-authors an open letter to Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying urging for dialogue between the government and protestors.

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