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Roth on Wesleyan
Engaged Projects — A Different Way to Learn and Earn Credit

As we face an uncertain fall with a mix of online, hybrid and in-person classes, the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life has developed an “education in the field” option that I think will be of great interest to many Wesleyan students.

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Michael S. Roth '78

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Wesleyan Magazine

The Creative Process
Being creative requires taking risks. Be it on stage, in print, or by taking on Einstein, meet the Wesleyan faculty and alumni forging creative paths through bold visions and deliberate imagination.

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Wes in the News

  • The Washington Post
    Marie Tharp’s Maps Revolutionized our Knowledge of the Seafloor
    Prof. Suzanne OConnell remembers Marie Tharp on the 100th anniversary of her birth as "a geologist and oceanographer who created maps that changed the way people imagine two-thirds of the world."
  • The New York Times
    If Our Masks Could Speak
    Writing about the absurd politicization of the simple face mask, columnist Thomas Friedman cites Prof. John Finn's writing on why mask mandates don't violate the First Amendment of the Constitution.
  • The Day
    It's Past Time for U.S. to Apologize for Nuclear Attacks
    On the 75th anniversary of the bombings on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, Olivia Alperstein '14 writes that the U.S. owes not just an apology but "a solemn promise to act to prevent the use of nuclear weapons and to engage in tangible steps toward their elimination."
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