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Phyllis Bruce ’77, MA ’80 –  a soloist, choir director, scholar, master gardener, and the wife of Wesleyan Professor of Music Neely Bruce — died Nov. 8, 2010, in Middletown. This Sunday, the Hartford Courant highlighted her in an ‘Extraordinary Life‘ feature, by Ann Hamilton.

Charlotte Cottier ’12 was featured on the NPR affiliate, “The Craig Fahle Show” 101.9FM WDET during her participation in the International Honors Program (IHP)’s “Cities in the 21st Century” program in Detroit, Mich. IHP students examine the intentional and natural forces that guide the development of the world’s cities. “I’ve heard [Detroit] is a waste […]

Manju Hingorani, associate professor of molecular biology and biochemistry, and Jacob Bricca, adjunct assistant professor of film studies, explain their experimental cross-disciplinary course on science documentary filmmaking at Wesleyan in a December 2010 article published in American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) Today. In the article, Hingorani and Bricca write about their course, […]

Brighter Dawns, a non-profit set up by Tasmiah Khan ’12 is featured in The Middletown Press.

Questions are answered in a discussion about the controversy surrounding the Park51 project and Muslims in America.

Wesleyan University’s Green Street Arts Center’s Homecoming/Family Weekend events were an enormous success.  The building was bustling with community members and Wesleyan families. On Friday, the entire neighborhood hummed with excitement, as jazz wafted from Green Street’s entry way out into the cool, Fall night.  The space at 51 Green St. was transformed to a […]

In September, Dina Kaplan ’93, co-founder and COO of blip.tv, appeared on Fortune’s list of the 2010 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs. According to Fortune, the “idea was to find the most innovative, ground-breaking, game-changing female entrepreneurs in the U.S.” Kaplan recently talked to BusinessWeek about “Making More Women Entrepreneurs.” In the Q&A, she says: “There […]

Koeppel Journalists William Finnegan of The New Yorker, and Jane Eisner, editor of The Forward, will discuss journalism and social change on Saturday October 23rd, 2010 at 1:30 p.m. in Wesleyan University’s Memorial Chapel, located at 221 High St., Middletown CT.

Alumna Jessica Sanders has hit it big, directing a new iPad commercial.

Alum Amanda Palmer is working on a new album and is featured in Wired Magazine.

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