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The snow is (almost) melted and crocuses, pansies and daffodils are already providing an early spring color burst on Wesleyan’s campus, April 3. 

Chabad at Wesleyan hosted its sixth annual Wesleyan Matzah Bakery March 31 in Huss Courtyard. Matzah, also spelled matzo, is an unleavened bread made from flour and water and takes about 15 minutes to bake. It’s traditionally eaten by Jews during the week-long Passover holiday.

Chabad at Wesleyan, led by Rabbi Levi Schectman, is one of Wesleyan’s Jewish organizations, offers social, educational, recreational and religious programming for students and faculty. (Photos by Matt Rentetzky ‘18)

Only a few heaps of snow remain on campus on this 53-degree day in Middletown, March 29. 

On March 13, Winter Storm Stella powdered #Wesleyan’s campus with more than a foot of snow. 

The month of February marked the campus-wide celebration of Black History Month. Hosted by Ujamaa, Wesleyan’s Black Student Union, students took part in a plethora of events that celebrated black life, experiences and culture.

This year events centered around the theme, “Freedom is a Constant Struggle,” highlighting the many years of oppression people of color faced in the United States. Events included a celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a student of color art show, a leadership conference, a Black History Month formal and much more.

See more: http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2017/02/24/black-history-month-events-celebrate-life-culture-experiences/

On Feb. 23, students of color presented their visual work at the Be the Art showcase in Zilkha Gallery at Wesleyan University. The annual exhibit highlights the work of artists who are often underrepresented at Wesleyan and in the world at large.

After a six-week Winter Recess, university housing re-opened for all undergraduates on Jan. 24 and the spring semester commenced on Jan. 26. Read more: http://newsletter.blogs.wesleyan.edu/2017/01/26/undergraduates-begin-spring-semester/

More than 100 Wesleyan University students are completing a full-semester course in two weeks as part of Winter Session 2017. Now in it’s fourth year, this is the highest enrollment to date.

Winter Session is held Jan. 9-24 and classes typically meet for four hours a day for 10 days.

Courses this year include Introduction to Digital Arts, taught by Christopher Chenier; The Dark Side of the Universe, taught by Edward Moran; Homer and the Epic, taught by Andrew Szegedy-Maszak; Introduction to Programming, taught by James Lipton; U.S. Foreign Policy, taught by Douglas Foyle; Masculinity, taught by Jill Morawski; and Applied Data Analysis taught by Lisa Dierker. View more Winter Session photos here

Moon over Middletown, Jan. 11, 2017 at #Wesleyan University. 

While students are away on Winter Recess, Wesleyan University received a few inches of snow Jan. 6, 2017.

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