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Wesleyan Welcomes Inaugural Class of 13 African Scholars

Wesleyan welcomed the inaugural cohort from the new African Scholars program to our dynamic, global student body. These 13 exceptional students from across the African continent will receive dedicated support throughout their time on campus to make a meaningful impact in our world post-graduation.

September 20, 2023

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Washington Post

Wesleyan President Michael S. Roth ’78 recently published The Student: A Short History, which was reviewed by The Washington Post on Sept. 13. The Post said, "Roth makes clear ... sharing what you love to do with others, that's the true hallmark of the best learner, even if it is the most difficult to test."

New York Times

Ed Siskel ’94 started his new role as White House Counsel this month. The nation’s top attorney was called a seasoned lawyer who could “hit the ground running as a key leader on my team,” by President Joseph R. Biden in a statement, according to The New York Times. Siskel will be tasked with guiding Biden through an impeachment inquiry spearheaded by Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy.

Discovering the Unexpected through Study Abroad

From Tel Aviv, Israel, to Bogota, Colombia, Wes students challenge themselves with full-time language and cultural immersion through study abroad and student exchange programs. Read more about their off-campus learning experiences.

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