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Cassia Cogger harnesses the inherent simplicity and harmony of the circle as a means for personal storytelling and for connecting with the inner self.  She is the author of the newly published, Creating Personal Mandalas: Story Circle Techniques in Watercolor and Mixed Media, where she shares exercises in self-exploration via the endless possibilities of creating within the circle.  Cogger heralds the circle as the most basic of shapes– one that can […]

This year we had an amazing set of applications from 10 students. We wished we could support all of their projects! This year’s winners are: Bridget Adarkwa (’17) and Nailah Hines (’17) Their project supports the Girl’s Education Initiative of Ghana, in Ghana’s Ashanti and Greater Accra regions. GEIG is dedicated to the professional and…

Our Discovery AfterSchool Instructors share stories from their classes in this guest blog series Discovery AfterSchool Stories. For more information on our AfterSchool Program, please visit – http://wesleyan.edu/greenstreet/youth/afterschool.html. Musical Storytelling By: Anna Flurry A drum machine sets up a rhythm as students take turns playing along on their instruments and making their own beatboxing sounds. […]

On Thursday, April 27, Wesleyan’s Jewett Center for Community Partnerships hosted the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce’s 12th annual High School Career Expo. Along with sponsors like Eversource and Pratt & Whitney, Wesleyan and the Chamber welcomed nearly 1200 high school sophomores from 6 different area high schools to the Freeman Athletic Center where they visited tables…

The Center for Jewish Studies congratulates its students for their academic excellence. Zachary Mauer is the recipient of the Needler Prize for excellence in Judaic Studies and Hebrew.  Zach will be graduating this year with the Certificate for Jewish and Israel Studies. He has completed numerous courses in Jewish Studies taught by Wesleyan faculty as … Read more

Congratulations to these phenomenal students on winning one of the 2017 SALD Leadership Awards! Each spring the Division of Student Affairs offers Leadership Awards to students and student organizations for exceptional work and dedication to campus and community involvement throughout the academic year. The celebration is coordinated by the Office of Student Activities & Leadership Development. Award…

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…

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