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Mar 21

Wesleyan Lawyers Association Kick off Happy Hour

Connect with Wes alumni in the field of law for happy hour!

Philadelphia, PA, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Mar 27

CLE Presentation on Workplace Sexual Harassment

Jessica Golden Cortes ’98 will speak on respect at work and workplace sexual harassment.

New York, NY, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Apr 5

The 27th Annual Hugo L. Black Lecture

Join Wesleyan alumni, parents, faculty and students for the 27th Annual Hugo L. Black Lecture on Freedom of Expression.

Middletown, CT, 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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Hendel ’85, It’s Not Always Depression At Wesleyan RJ Julia Author Event
In an audience question-and-answer period, featured in the video below by Jon Hendel, Hilary Jacobs Hendel explained the usefulness of core emotions—including anger—and offered suggestions for nonthreatening ways that a reader could begin to talk about emotions with family and friends:
Playwright Buck ’99: Quest For Citizenship As Game Show In American Dreams
A game show where three contestants compete for the grand prize—immediate citizenship to the U.S.A.—and the audience decides who wins. That’s the premise of American Dreams, the newest work by actor/playwright Leila Buck ’99, which just completed its world premiere at Cleveland Public Theatre on March 3rd.
The Rooks’ Taylor ’12 Releases Single, Collaborates with Dancers
Garth Taylor ’12 is branching out. Over the past five years he has witnessed his Wesleyan band, The Rooks, expand beyond raucous campus concerts. Since graduation, they’ve relocated to New York City and to shows at larger and more established venues
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