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Ganbarg ’88 Co-Produces Another Grammy Nominee with Dear Evan Hansen

Ganbarg ’88 Co-Produces Another Grammy Nominee with Dear Evan Hansen

The Broadway cast recording of the Tony Award–winning musical Dear Evan Hansen earned a Grammy nomination for Best Musical Theater Album on Nov. 28. Produced with Atlantic Record’s President of A&R (artists and repertoire) Pete Ganbarg ’88, along with music supervisor and orchestrator Alex Lacamoire, creators Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, and Broadway producer Stacey Mindich,…

E&ES Faculty, Alumni Author Article on New Method for Saharan Dust Collection in the Caribbean

Earth and Environmental Sciences faculty and senior seminar students have identified a potentially fast and inexpensive method for collecting and measuring Saharan dust in the Caribbean. E&ES faculty members Dana Royer, Tim Ku, Suzanne O’Connell, and Phil Resor, and students Kylen Moynihan ’17, Carolyn Ariori ’09, Gavin Bodkin ’09, Gabriela Doria MA’09, Katherine Enright ’15,…

Chanda ’96, Peltzman ’96 Podcast With WNYC Studios Has Fleas

On Dec. 4, This Podcast Has Fleas, a partnership between WNYC Studios and kids’ television veterans Adam Peltzman ’96 and Koyalee Chanda ’96, joined that studio’s roster of innovative audio programming and signaled its foray into children’s podcasting. This Podcast Has Fleas is six-episode scripted comedy series about a dog, Waffles (Emily Lynne), and a…
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Bulletin Board: Max Rose '08

Classmates,

In case we never had the chance to meet at Wesleyan, I want to introduce myself. I’m Max Rose, a 2008 graduate and a Democrat running for Congress against New York City's only incumbent Republican Congressman. As a Cardinal, I majored in History, and was involved in WSA.

After graduation and earning a Master’s Degree from the London School of Economics, I enlisted in the United States Army and was deployed to Afghanistan as an Infantry Officer. During the course of my service, I was awarded a Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and Combat Infantryman Badge. I then went on to help Brooklyn's first African American District Attorney build a series of groundbreaking criminal justice reform initiatives as well as helped lead a large healthcare company for the underserved in New York City.

Now I’m running for Congress because I’ve seen how broken our government and politics have become. In Afghanistan, the men and women I served with did the impossible every day because that’s what our country asked of them. I’m fed up with our politicians lacking that same commitment and courage.

Our government used to think big. It used to be on the side of the middle and working class.

That’s the America I fought for and will fight for as a member of Congress. Will you join me and help me win this race with a donation of $25, $50, $75, or $100?

We have a chance to put a stop to all the scandals, broken politics, and policies that crush hardworking Americans.

Together, we can change this country.

Thanks and Go Wes!

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Bulletin Board: Charles Huschle '84

Charles Huschle has recently published his first book of short stories, and has exhibited his paintings in two group shows in the Denver and Boulder, CO, area.

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Wesleyan Magazine Issue 1 - 2017
Wesleyan Magazine Issue 1 - 2017
Learn about equity and inclusion at Wesleyan–where we are and where we’re going; discover writer Pagan Kennedy ’84 and her offbeat approach to telling science stories with a twist; find out how Wesleyan alumni are dealing with the crisis of mass incarceration; and read about computer-analyst-by-day-artist-by night Julia L. Kay ’83 and her portrait revolution.