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Exploring IDEAS & Design
In the December issue, we follow the professors and students in Wesleyan’s new minor, IDEAS: Integrated Design, Engineering, and Applied Science. Alumni push the creative boundaries of their fields—architecture, podcasting, storytelling, theater. And a troll creeps in under the cover.

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Issue 3

Wes in the News

  • Pacifica Radio's Letters and Politics
    Diderot and The Art of Thinking Freely
    Andrew Curran, the William Armstrong Professor of the Humanities, is interviewed about his new book on 18th century philosophy Denis Diderot, considered "a prophetic philosopher who helped build the foundations of the modern world."
  • Next Avenue
    Cultivating Curiosity at Any Age
    "WILL classes are one of the outlets that keep me balanced and challenge my mind in a different way than work does,” says one student in this feature on The Wesleyan Institute for Lifelong Learning (WILL), where adults of any age can take non-credit-based academic courses on Wesleyan's campus.
  • NPR
    The Push to Break Up The Boys' Club At The Fed
    Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainard '83 explains why a lack of gender diversity at the central bank means we're not "getting the best possible outcomes that this country deserves."
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