In response to states illegally exiling refugees, students at the University wrote letters to protest the treatment of these individuals on Friday, Dec. 4.
In a talk sponsored by the Female Economists of Wesleyan, Damien Sheehan-Connor discussed the economics surrounding healthcare in the U.S.
Julie Meyer ’79 and Lee Bodner ’91 returned to campus Nov. 12 to discuss their passions for social change and careers in the non-profit sector.
On Nov. 1, the Title IX Student Advisory Committee and the WSA hosted an open forum to discuss new initiatives.
Students attended the Natural Medicine Talk in Exley on Thursday Oct. 22 to learn about the field of medicine or public health.
On October 5th, 2015 Professor Phillip Wagoner and Richard Eaton co-won The John F. Richards Prize for their book “Power, Memory, Architecture: Contested Sites on India’s Deccan Plateau.”
Middletown Potluck’s first event of the year featured a brand-new theme: “Back to Our Roots.”
On Oct. 2, the University’s Eating Allergy-Safe and Yummy (EASY) club had a meet-and-greet in the Usdan Marketplace
In just 10 years Red & Black Café raised over $53,000 in their first financial aid fundraiser. The campaign started in 2005, when the café was just over a year old; now it is finally coming to an end.
Two students, Claudia Kahindi ’18, and Olayinka Lawal ’15, used their Davis Projects for Peace grant to travel to Kenya and start an English education program.