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Oct 1

Wesleyan at Yankees Stadium

Join the New York Yankees and your fellow Wesleyan University alumni, friends and families for a fun-filled outing at Yankee Stadium as the Yankees take on the Toronto Blue Jays.

New York, New York, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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

Nov 3

Homecoming / Family Weekend 2017

Wesleyan families are invited to campus for Homecoming/Family Weekend and to experience life at Wesleyan by attending classes and WESeminars, enjoying campus meals, cheering on our teams, and much more.

Middletown, CT, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Alumnae Collaborate on Play that Debuts Aug. 10 in NYC

Five alumnae alumnae and one student are collaborating on a play that will debut Aug. 10-13 in New York City. Resistance, written by May Treuhaft-Ali ’17 and directed by Maia Nelles-Sager ’17, is about Libby, a 15-year-old girl from Queens struggling with her weight.

Palmer ’98, Pope to Teach Wesleyan Students about “The Art of Doing”

Wesleyan students will have the opportunity to learn collaborative filmmaking skills before being transported to a metaphoric desert island with nothing but a camera phone and a song when award-winning independent filmmaker Michael Pope and singer-musician-writer Amanda Palmer ’98team up for a new course this fall: The Art of Doing: Creative Project Production and Making It Happen.

Hamlish ’16 Representing U.S. at Youth Ag-Summit

Noah Hamlish ’16 is one of five delegates representing the U.S. in this year’s Youth Ag-Summit in Brussels. Organized by Crop Science, the summit is a weeklong event that connects youth leaders from 49 countries to brainstorm ideas for agricultural sustainability and tackle global food security issues.

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