ADP exhibition

This exhibit highlights items that represent Alpha Delta Phi’s commitment to academic excellence, dedication to Fraternity and Society, and continued support of and contributions to the performing arts. From the Adelphic Educational Fund for supporting student intellectual growth, the Chapter House which hosts various literary and educational events for Wesleyan students, the Star & Crescent Eating Club, and musical inspiration, ΑΔΦ has positively contributed to Wesleyan University and the larger society in numerous ways throughout its 161-year history.

The materials found in the exhibition are from the Alpha Delta Phi Records and other collections held by Special Collections & Archives. The exhibition is curated by Stephanie T. Gold, Alpha Delta Phi Processing Archivist.

"Academics, Dedication, Performances: Alpha Delta Phi and Wesleyan" is on view until November 20, 2017.

View the companion online exhibition.

Previous Exhibitions

Documents in Black and White: Photographs by Nancy Ottmann Albert

A Stellar Education: Astronomy at Wesleyan, 1831-1916

Textile Messages: Wesleyan Student Apparel Through the Decades

Wes Meets East: From Missionaries to the Freeman Asian Scholars Program

WESU: Celebrating 75 Years of Community Radio

Retracing President Kennedy's Final Journey: Selections from William Manchester's Research Files

John Cage Writes

Saved From Europe: The Kallir Family Collection of Austrian and German Literature

Previous Open Houses

400 Years of the Bard in Print  (April 2016)

Passion and Power, Prints and Text: German Books in the Age of Dürer  (February 2016)

Online Exhibitions

President's Row

Henry Merritt Wriston

Cross Street A.M.E. Zion Church: Struggle, Jubilee, Vision

Old Books, New Pedagogy: Special Collections and Archives in the Curriculum

Born in Obscurity, Reared in Strife: A Short History of the Trials, Travels, and Travails of the Douglas Cannon

We are also adding Wesleyan archival documents to The American Context of China's Christian Colleges digital project.