An exciting overtime win for The Cardinals for our first ever NESCAC crown in men’s b-ball!
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This is a great upgrade and a fine example of how student and faculty input has resulted in real improvements to the campus.
Our community has been reminded these last few days of our fragility but also of our resiliency.
I recently learned that Hannah Steinberg’s ’16 work was recognized with the School for Field Studies’ Distinguished Student award.
Historical events can change one’s relationship to history; so can personal traumas. These came together for many people in the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Our expectations were high this week when Kari and I headed into New York to catch Lin-Manuel Miranda’s (’02) new musical Hamilton.
For decades faculty and students at Wesleyan have been interested in critical theory and a few years ago that interest led to the development of a Certificate in Cultural and Critical Theory.
February 3 in Memorial Chapel, I will argue that the American tradition of liberal education has been a resource to combat inequality, and it can be again.
It’s that time of year again. The university is soliciting nominations for Wesleyan’s Binswanger Award for teaching excellence.
We will re-open Wednesday, Jan. 28 at 7 a.m., and classes and events will resume.