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May 20

Fairfield County WEServe event for Feed My Starving Children

Join other members of the Fairfield Wesleyan community from 2:30-4:30 p.m. at New Canaan High School for this WEServe event. Wesleyan alumni will have their own table where they will hand-pack nutritious food that will be sent to children around the world. If interested, please Cecilia McCall ’91 at and register at the button below; the group name is “Wesleyan University."

Fairfield, CT, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

May 26

Freeman Asian Scholars Reception 2018

Join scholars, parents, alumni, faculty and administrators at a reception honoring the Freeman Asian Scholars Class of 2018.

On Campus, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

May 26

Wesleyan Athletics Alumnae Network

Wesleyan women athletes are invited to gather together -- swap stories, renew old friendships, and make new ones.

On Campus, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

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Alumni Attribute Long Lane Farm For Jumpstarting Interests, Careers In Agriculture

According to the recently published 2017 Long Lane Farm annual report, almost 100 Wesleyan alumni are working in agricultural production industries. Many of these alumni got their start working at Long Lane Farm, Wesleyan’s student-run organic farm devoted to allowing students a place to experiment and learn about sustainable agriculture. 

Houston-Based Artist Herrick ’16 Is Named Luce Scholar

Casey Herrick ’16, a Houston-based artist and designer, was named a Henry Luce Scholar for 2018. One of 18 scholars selected from among 162 candidates, Herrick will begin with an orientation in New York starting in June, before the cohort embarks for Asia. 

Helping Widowed Fathers Move Forward With Their Children: An Interview With Author Rosenstein ’80, MD

In The Group: Seven Widowed Fathers Reimagine Life (Oxford University Press, 2018), Donald L. Rosenstein ’80, MD, and Justin M. Yopp, PhD, tell the stories of how seven men whose wives died from cancer came to terms with their grief and learned how to move forward into a meaningful future with their children.
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