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TALK OVER TEA: At right, Vera Schwarcz, the Mansfield Freeman Professor of East Asian Studies, chair of the East Asian Studies Program, director of the Freeman Center for East Asian Studies and professor of history, meets with President Michael Roth at the Tatami Room Sept. 11. Schwarcz spoke to Roth about the East Asian Studies Program during a Japanese tea ceremony inside the Tatami Room.

Schwarcz presented Roth with a poem and black and white photograph of the Freeman Family Japanese Garden during a tour of the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies.
Shirley Lawrence, program coordinator for the Freeman Center for East Asian Studies, mingles with President Roth during his office visit and tour. Lawrence, who has worked at Wesleyan 32 years, met Roth in 1978 when she was an administrative assistant in the Center for Humanities. Roth was a student fellow for the Center for Humanities at the time. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)