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Watson Fellows to Research Urban Agriculture, Sexual Discrimination Abroad

Watson Fellows Dylan Campos ’24 and Cate Levy ’24 will venture out on year-long exploration projects abroad. Campos will research urban and peri-urban agriculture and Levy will research sexual discrimination and patriarchal violence throughout the world.

July 10, 2024

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New York Times

President Michael S. Roth ’78 was one of 503 authors, critics, and book lovers who contributed to The New York Times Book Review’s “The 100 Best Books of the 21st Century” list. Roth selected his 10 top books and wrote a passage on Jon Fosse’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “Septology,” which placed 78th on the list. “The repetitive patterns of Fosse’s prose made its emotional waves, when they came, so much more powerful,” Roth wrote.

Wisconsin Public Radio

With the Republican National Convention coming to Milwaukee in July, political advertisements from both parties have been a fixture of local billboards, according to the Wisconsin Public Radio. WPR spoke with Erika Franklin Fowler, professor of government and co-director of the Wesleyan Media Project, about the influx of billboard ads. Franklin Fowler said billboards are an old-school strategy that primes audiences to receive political messaging.

Summer 2024 Issue

The latest issue of Wesleyan University Magazine is now available. Get the background on Bolivia’s geopolitical intrigue, learn how Robert Allbritton ’92 is creating a launchpad for the next generation of journalists, remember the women of Wesleyan’s landmark 1974 class, consider the future of the Center for the Arts, and much more!

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