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Wesleyan Honors Black History Month

Wesleyan University announces its slate of programming for Black History Month, events and celebrations that reflect the complexity of the African American experience in the United States.

January 24, 2023

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Oprah Daily

Bozoma Saint John ’99’s new memoir “The Urgent Life” has been named one of Oprah Daily’s most anticipated books of 2023. “Marketing maven Saint John has experienced tragedies and triumph: From the death by suicide of her college boyfriend to her husband’s terminal cancer, Saint John gathers the strength to continue life with their daughter,” according to Oprah Daily. Saint John is a member of Wesleyan’s Board of Trustees.

The Center for Religion and the Human at IU Bloomington

The Center for Religion and the Human at IU Bloomington announces Professor of Religion and Science in Society Mary-Jane Rubenstein’s "Worlds Without End: The Many Lives of the Multiverse" (Colombia University Press, 2014) as winner of the third annual Iris Book Award. Jurors for the Iris Book Award praised "Worlds Without End" as “a delightful tour of a topic that was once esoteric, but now is hovering on the edges of science fact: that we do not exist in a universe, but rather in a multiverse.”

From the Archives: "Chuck & Buck"

Take a look at the story behind the making of Chuck & Buck, Sundance Film Festival darling and breakthrough film for Golden Globe–winning creator of The White Lotus, Mike White '92. Hear how White, Miguel Arteta '89, Matthew Greenfield '90, and nearly two dozen Wes alums helped make this film happen. (From Fall 2000)

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