On Wednesday, April 29, J Street U at Wesleyan and Wesleyan Jewish Voice for Peace and the University Government Department, hosted the debate: “Is Progressive Zionism Possible?”
On April 22 and May 5, Scholars in Action, a student group that tutors students at local middle schools, will be hosting its first ever Wesleyan Enrichment Days.
Healing Forward: Self-Care for Survivors of Sexual Violence support group will return to campus. Each weekly session aims to help female-identified survivors of sexual assault in their healing process.
Wild Walls student group announced its plan to build a vertical plant wall on campus this semester.
During the month of November, International House is hosting three panels focused on conflict in Israel and Palestine, Iraq, and Ukraine.
Professor of Psychology at the University of Guelph Andrew Wintson spoke about the racialized study of Jewish people.
Campus groups focused on mental health organized a series of workshops about maintaining wellness.
“Hands Up, Don’t Shoot,” sparked by the shooting of Michael Brown, highlights racism and police brutality in America.