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Oct 27

The 16th Annual Shasha Seminar for Human Concerns: Guns in American Society

Wesleyan University is proud to present the 16th Annual Shasha Seminar for Human Concerns: Guns in American Society.

Middletown, CT, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Oct 30

Vassar-Wesleyan Paris Program: Student panel & reception

Alumni and parents from Wesleyan and Vassar are invited to join current Wesleyan and Vassar students studying in France for a panel discussion and networking reception.

Paris, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Nov 4

Homecoming Weekend Football Viewing Parties

Coordinate a viewing party in your city and catch all the action with fellow Cardinals and friends.

Various Cities, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Fraser ’82: When Fat-Shaming Precludes Medical Care

“My sister’s cancer might have been diagnosed sooner — if doctors could have seen beyond her weight,” wrote Laura Fraser ’82, in an article that detailed how medical personnel ignored her sister Jan’s serious symptoms as the whinings of “a fat, complaining older woman.”

Lillie ’74 Receives Higginbotham Lifetime Achievement Award

Charisse Lillie ’74, an attorney, member of the business community, and a lecturer on issues of diversity and corporate responsibility, will receive the A. Leon Higginbotham Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award during the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) Minority Attorney Conference, “Advocacy and Fundamental Rights for Changing Times.”

BIOL310 Students Collaborate on Scientific Journal Article

More than 20 Wesleyan students — including three former first-years — are co-authors of a research manuscript accepted for publication in a prestigious biology research journal. The paper focuses on a species of fruit fly that has evolved, and has the ability to ingest a toxic plant.

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