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It’s a beautiful fall day at Wesleyan, Oct. 25. Students have returned from fall recess. 

Wesleyan inducted its eighth class to the Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 21. The class features Bill Brooks ‘49, P ’71, Jenna Flateman Posner ’04, Alexis Keeler ’02, Peter “Kosty” Kostacopoulos, Don Russell, and the 1994 Wesleyan women’s soccer team.

Wesleyan’s celebrated athletic history includes world class and national caliber athletes, Olympic medalists, NCAA champions, regional titleholders and teams that have won New England titles and placed in national competition. It includes accomplished graduates and coaches who have been innovators and contributors to the evolution of a sport. At the heart of Wesleyan athletics are the students—training, competing and pursuing excellence as Wesleyan scholar-athletes.

Read more: https://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2016/10/26/halloffame2016/

A touch of yellow on Wesleyan’s campus, Oct. 25. 

A touch of yellow on Wesleyan’s campus, Oct. 25. 

The fourth annual Middletown Day took place during Wesleyan’s Homecoming on Oct. 22. Middletown Day is an annual, family-friendly event that is open to the local community. Middletown residents are invited to come to campus and celebrate the various connections between Wesleyan and the Middletown area and cheer on the Cardinals in football, soccer and field hockey. Prior to the games, the young Cardinal fans enjoyed popcorn, face painting and balloon creations. #weshomecoming2016

On Oct. 22, alumni, students, families and the Middletown community enjoyed Homecoming and the 4th annual Middletown Day.

HOMECOMING 2016 is here, Oct. 22! It’s a big day on campus with five home games – four against Little Three rival Amherst! Men’s soccer, women’s soccer and field hockey are also celebrating Senior Day! For a full schedule of today’s games, visit athletics.wesleyan.edu. #GoWes #weshomecoming2016 

On Oct. 14, Wesleyan’s Jewish community constructed a sukkah near the Center for the Arts. The dwelling provides a shelter for students to celebrate the festival of Sukkot. For eight days, students study, socialize, mediate, eat, host events and occasionally sleep in the religious building.

Wesleyan University on Oct. 18. From this view (taken near Route 9 North), you can see College Row and Exley Science Center. 

It’s starting to feel like fall, Oct. 13-14 at Wesleyan University. 

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