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Out of concern for the health and safety of our Wesleyan community during the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have had to make the difficult decision to temporarily suspend in-person events. However, we have updated the Alumni website so that together, we can stay connected to Wesleyan and to each other. We will update this site regularly, so please check back often. We hope you enjoy these offerings—from views of campus to lifelong learning opportunities—and that they strengthen our collective sense of community in creative and meaningful ways. Go Wes!

Enjoy this rendition of the Wesleyan Fight Song performed by the Wesleyan Spirits from their homes around the world.

Wesleyan’s Response to COVID-19

Wesleyan’s Response to COVID-19

Wesleyan is actively monitoring the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Bringing Wesleyan Together

Bringing Wesleyan Together

We’ve compiled a collection of inspiring online resources for our Cardinal community.

Ways to Help

Ways to Help

Many have asked how they can help. Here are a number of ways.

Events

Aug 10

Virtual: Alumni of Color Admission Town Hall

We invite you to join Amin Abdul-Malik Gonzalez ’96, Vice President and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, and our Alumni of Color community at a virtual Admission Town Hall. 

Virtual, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

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News

Gershberg ’95 Plays Key Role In Reuters’s Pandemic Coverage

With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States in February, and as doctors and scientists intensified their search for ways to stymie the virus, it quickly became clear to Michele Gershberg ’95 that her already challenging job was about to get even more complicated.

Price ’20 Featured In #20for20Grads Campaign

On June 19, Anthony Price ’20, a government and American studies double major, was featured in Complete College America’s #20for20Grads Campaign.

Williams ’20 Raises Funds To Deliver Care Packages To Congregate Care Settings

Despite the effects the COVID-19 pandemic had on much of the population, a recent alumnus’ addiction and wellness recovery program continues to offer essential services and compassion for local residents in need. Patricelli Center Fellow and Posse Veteran Scholar Lance Williams ’20 created his program, Follow Me Home, in 2017.
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