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Sarah Wildman ’88, an award-winning writer and regular contributor to the New York Times, presented the 36th Annual Samuel and Dorothy Frankel Memorial Lecture on April 5, in the Daniel Family Common at Usdan University Center. The event was sponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies and organized by Dalit Katz, director of the center. … Read more

One on One Talk & Tea with Dr. Mouanodji Mbaissouroum Monday, April 17, 2017 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (ET) Exley Science Center (Not Tower) ESC 184 (Woodhead Lounge)  The African Studies minor is proud to announce the launch of a new series: “Migrant Stories” People sharing their stories of how and why they ended…

Congratulations to our very own Claudia Kahindi ’18, named the Campus Compact Newman Civic Fellow. For more information: http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2017/04/07/kahindi18newmanfellow/?gaclick=newsitem1

Lunch & Workshop:“10 Vital Tools for Change Makers”Presenter: Alok Appadurai ’00, founder of Fed By Threads, A Beautiful Body Project, and Good ElephantHosted by the Allbritton Center and the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship Friday, April 28, noon, Allbritton 311 RSVP by April 26 to Makaela Kingsley (mjkingsley@wesleyan.edu) Alok Appadurai ’00 and his life partner, Jade Beall, founded Fed by…

  This series, called “Reflections,” features guest posts by students involved at the Allbritton Center (see previous reflections by Alex Garcia ’17, Natalie May ’18, Lydia Ottaviano ’17, and Mikaela Carty ’18). They may be taking a service-learning class, engaged in community partnership work, DJ’ing at WESU, teaching at Green Street, pursuing the Civic Engagement Certificate,…

With a Road Race in Middletown this Sunday, that will constrict and block access to much of Wesleyan Campus and the surrounding area, WESU 88.1FM has decided to cancel the Annual WESU Spring Community Record Fair, scheduled to occur this Sunday from 10am-4pm.   The Road Race, which brings thousands to the streets of Middletown, weaves…

April 6, 1917: The United States entered World War I, when the U.S. Senate voted 82–6 to declare war on Germany. President Woodrow Wilson enacted conscription to recruit thousands of eligible young men into military service. Most of the approximately 12,000 Native Americans who enlisted were volunteers, as Native Americans were, largely, not yet citizens of the United…

  Dan is a professor of photography at Manchester Community College. His exhibit “Natural Selection” is a modern-day photographic homage to the Cabinet of Curiosities.  The images are larger than life and highly detailed, presenting cultural artifacts and natural objects often in juxtaposition, featuring, among other things, insects, plants, skeletal remains, and other material “selected from […]

This series, called “Reflections,” features guest posts by students involved at the Allbritton Center (see previous reflections by Alex Garcia ’17, Natalie May ’18, and Lydia Ottaviano ’17). They may be taking a service-learning class, engaged in community partnership work, DJ’ing at WESU, teaching at Green Street, pursuing the Civic Engagement Certificate, tutoring at the Center…

It’s been a busy two weeks for the Civic Action Plan process. I’ve had the great pleasure of meeting with the WSA leadership team and general assembly, Senior Administrative Staff, Library Staff, the Rotary Club, and the Registrar’s Office. To date, we’ve met with 7 different groups and over 100 people. We have 2 more…

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