More than 30,000 Wesleyan alumni live throughout the United States and across the world.  And they are all Cardinals for life.  The Wesleyan Alumni Network is a vibrant community offering lifelong opportunities for alumni to stay connected with each other and the University.  You are invited to explore them all and find out which ones work best for you!



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Wesleyan has flourished as an institution because of generous and consistent support from generations of alumni, parents and friends.



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Jan 6

Three Kings Day Celebration in NYC

Come celebrate Dia de Los Tres Reyes (Three Kings Day) with Wesleyan alumni and parents!

New York, NY, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Jan 13

Kwanzaa 2018

David Davenport ’88 and his wife, Monica Azare cordially invite you to celebrate Kwanzaa in their Harlem home with Wesleyan Alumni in NY.

New York, NY, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Jan 13

2nd Annual Manchester Monarchs Alumni & Family Gathering

Enjoy an evening of fun with Wesleyan alumni, students, family, and friends in New Hampshire!

Manchester, NH, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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Miranda ’02 Up For Moana Grammy, Receives Special Latin Grammy Award

Lin-Manuel Miranda ’02, the Pulitzer Prize winner, MacArthur Genius, and Tony Award winner for Hamilton and In the Heights was honored with the Latin Recording Academy President’s Merit Award at the 18th annual Latin Grammy Awards on Nov. 16.

Six Ironmans In, Cooney ’83 Is Still Devoted To Supporting The Wes Experience

(By Karl Ortegon ’18) Gretchen Millspaugh Cooney ’83, who played field hockey and swam at Wesleyan in the late ’70s and early ’80s, recently returned home to Philadelphia after competing at the Ironman World Championships in Hawai’i.

Abel ’98 Builds Skate Parks, Community In The West Bank

Adam Abel ’98 has been a frequent traveler from New York City to Qalquilya, Palestine, in the past six years to join his colleague and friend, Mohammed Othman, in reimagining what “normal” might mean in Palestine. 

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