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Events

Apr 23

Edgar Beckham Social Justice Award Ceremony

The Edgar Beckham Social Justice Awards ceremony honors the late Dean Edgar Beckham, whose dedication to social justice continues to positively impact the Wesleyan community. 

Beckham Hall, Fayerweather, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Apr 28

Senior Class Semi-Formal: 30, Flirty and Fun!

Join fellow seniors for a special evening as we celebrate thirty days until graduation!

Beckham Hall, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

May 9

The 31st Annual John W. Baird Lecture

A special Wesleyan evening featuring a conversation between Chicago Cubs Executive President/General Manager Jed Hoyer ’96 and President Michael S. Roth ’78.

Chicago Cubs Executive Offices Facility/Conference Center , 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

News

HoPoet Reece ‘85 and Honduran Orphans Are Subject of James Franco Documentary

The film, Voices Beyond the Wall: Twelve Love Poems from the Murder Capital of the World, documents the experiences of poet, priest, and teacher Spencer Reece ’85 in the year he spent teaching poetry at Our Little Roses, a home for abused and abandoned girls in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

Horwitz ’02 Scores Peabody Nomination for Hamilton’s America

Hamilton’s America, the PBS documentary by Alex Horwitz ’02 that explores the history behind Hamilton: An American Musical, created and written by Lin-Manuel Miranda ’02, Hon. ’15 and directed by Thomas Kail ’99, was honored as a finalist in the documentary category for the 76th annual Peabody Awards.

Music by Myhre ’05 To Be Broadcast on NPR’s Mountain Stage in May

ess Eliot Myhre ’05 is a professional touring musician with the band Bumper Jacksons. Their newest album, “I’ve Never Met a Stranger,” will be broadcast nationally on NPR’s Mountain Stage on May 5. 

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