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Wesleyan Celebrates 190th Commencement

Wesleyan University gathered together May 22 at its 190th Commencement to celebrate the resilience and creativity of the Class of 2022. "Today’s ceremony marks a transition in your lives from students to alumni, closing out a truly extraordinary four years—a good portion of which will be indelibly stamped on our collective memory for their many difficulties and your uplifting response to them,” said Wesleyan President Michael S. Roth '78.

May 22, 2022

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Stephen Talbot '70 discusses how he got into acting. Talbot made his acting debut as Gilbert on the hit classic TV sitcom “Leave It to Beaver” in 1959. “[His parents] said, ‘OK, we’ll get you a good agent and you can act, but you’ll always have to stay in a regular school.’ So I started going out on interviews and got roles right away.”


A 19,000-pound landmark artwork, created by Malcolm Cochran ’71 is now on display at Pier 96 in New York City. Titled “Private Passage,” the artwork was hauled, rolled, pushed, and cajoled back onto its foundations.

Toward a More Human-Centered Future of Work

In what could be considered the most unpredictable work environment in history, Steve Cadigan ’86, the author of Workquake, believes that embracing newly developing cultural norms can help build meaningful career paths and successful organizations.

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