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Wesleyan alumni are making news every day.  Keep abreast of what’s happening both on-campus and off, and take a moment to share what you’ve been up to.  Post to the Bulletin Board or submit a Class Note.  If you’ve done it, we want to hear about it.

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Wesleyan in the News

Wesleyan in the News

In this recurring feature in The Wesleyan Connection, we highlight some of the latest news stories about Wesleyan and our alumni. Recent Wesleyan News The Washington Post: “Have Parents Made Their Kids Too Fragile for the Rough-and-Tumble Life?” President Michael Roth reviews The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a…
Bean ’78 Offers Insider’s Portrait of Congressional Oversight in Book, WESeminar

Bean ’78 Offers Insider’s Portrait of Congressional Oversight in Book, WESeminar

On Saturday, Sept. 29, during Family Weekend, Elise Bean ’78 is offering a WESeminar titled: “Congress’ Constitutional Duty to Investigate: One Senator Who Got It Right.” The Washington co-director of the Levin Center at Wayne State University Law School, Bean is the author of Financial Exposure: Carl Levin’s Senate Investigations into Finance and Tax Abuse. At…
Wesleyan in the News

Wesleyan in the News

In this recurring feature in The Wesleyan Connection, we highlight some of the latest news stories about Wesleyan and our alumni. Recent Wesleyan News The Wall Street Journal: ‘The Lost Education of Horace Tate’ Review: Civil Rights for Schoolchildren President Michael S. Roth reviews Emory Professor Vanessa Siddle Walker’s new book on a previously “unseen network of…
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Bulletin Board: Jamie Shi '18

An upcoming art event in NYC by Phoebe Chen'18, Ray Miao'18 and Jamie Shi'18. opening reception on 09/14 at Unnamed Gallery, 46-55 Metropolitan Ave, Ridgewood, NY.  Read More

Bulletin Board: Chris Kontopidis '10

Recovering is a short thriller about a young queer protagonist who shifts bodies, discovering loss and healing in the aftermath of long term traumatic events. This is an independent film written by a Wesleyan graduate working in the film industry in Atlanta. Please check it out. Thanks. Read More

Bulletin Board: Mark Fuller '70

I have recently published my first book entitled "Birds of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley". I was the photographer for the book and Rebecca Weiss is the author of the text. This book was inspired by many years of birding in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado and around the world.

Bulletin Board: Larry Jones '71

Larry A. Jones, MD and Audrey R. Jones, penned FALLING THROUGH THE CEILING, a compelling chronicle of a family living with the challenges of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder). From ‘Suffering in Silence’ to ‘Frustration and Resilience’, Audrey and Larry are unabashedly candid about the struggles this upwardly mobile, middle-class family of African descent endured. Discussion and/or acknowledgement of ADHD in African American families has historically been the enemy with and among us. The self-imposed stigma of having ADHD loomed large. Considering this, Audrey and Larry, due to experience in and exposure to the disorder, provide a blueprint for elucidating causes and effects of the ‘fall’ and ever-increasing possibilities through diagnosis and treatment. "FALLING THROUGH THE CEILING:Our ADHD Family Memoir" is available on Amazon.com and at ENABLETABLES.COM  Read More

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Wesleyan Magazine Issue 3 - 2017
Wesleyan Magazine Issue 3 - 2017
To walk Wesleyan’s campus is to be surrounded by history that whispers from buildings. Look inside to read about the Presidents who left their mark (or didn’t), the legendary faculty who built Wesleyan’s reputation, the controversies that raged, and the seismic changes in student life since the University was founded in 1831. All these moments, and more, make Wesleyan what it is today.