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Alumni Honored for Distinguished Achievements, Outstanding Service at Annual Meeting

Members of the Alumni Association gathered on May 27 for their annual meeting and to recognize several alumni for their professional accomplishments and acts of service.

June 7, 2023

Wes in the News

The New Yorker

Merve Emre, scholar, critic, and contributing writer for The New Yorker, wrote two essays for the magazine—on Susan Taubes and Susan Sontag. In April, Emre was named the director of the Shapiro Center for Creative Writing and Criticism, a position she will assume on July 1.


Peter Rutland, co-chair of the College of Social Studies and professor of government, gave his insight to Newsweek on President Joseph R. Biden’s authorization of the delivery of F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine.

Love + Fury

With her musical, “You’re Having Too Much Fun So We’re Gonna Have to Kill You,” Wesleyan artist-in-residence Toshi Reagon examines the roots of the disco music movement and the ongoing violent suppression of Black and Queer joy.

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