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Jun 15

Middletown Pride

Join the Wesleyan community for the first Middletown Pride event on Saturday, June 15, 2019.

Middletown, CT, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Jun 20

A Special Talk with Elise Bean '78 in New York City

Join us as Elise Bean ’78 presents "Fact-Based, Bipartisan Investigations by Congress: Yes, It’s Possible".

New York, NY, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Jul 20

Wesleyan Goes to the Major Leagues: NY Yankees

Join the New York Yankees and Wesleyan University for the third annual outing at Yankee Stadium when the Yankees take on the Colorado Rockies!

Bronx, NY, 1:05 PM

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Q&A: Pearce ’94 on Restoring Ecological Communities in Maryland

Alison Bidwell Pearce ’94 is an ecological anthropologist working to restore the ecological communities of Woodend Nature Sanctuary in Chevy Chase, Maryland, and spread an environmental ethos in the D.C. region.

Q&A: Sienkiewicz ’03 on Dual Interests: Comedy and Global Media Studies

Visiting Assistant Professor of Film Studies Swapnil Rai invited Matt Sienkiewicz ’03 to be a guest lecturer in her class, FILM 328: Beyond the West. The course “examines the role that film…and other media play in shaping our sense of global, national, and local cultures and identities.”

Cultural Experiences Discussed at Power of Language Conference

More than 110 Wesleyan students, faculty, alumni and local guests participated in the second annual Power of Language Conference, April 26-27 at the Fries Center for Global Studies.
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