Alvin Y. H. Cheung came to the University to speak on Hong Kong and its relations with China.
The NASA-funded Connecticut Space Grant Consortium has awarded four University students and one faculty member after the Consortium’s latest call for proposals.
On Wednesday, Nov. 18, The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health, Adolescent Sexual Health Awareness, WesWell, FGSS, and American Studies hosted a workshop entitled “Motorboat Your Myths”
Jina Kim came to the University last Thursday to speak about state-sanctioned racial violence.
Co-sponsored by the US Public Interest Group, Climate Ambassadors, and Wesleyan Democrats, “The Trouble of Antibiotics” exposes harsh realities about the consequences of antibiotics overuse.
Lin Manuel Miranda ’02 is a recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship, which honors creativity, and comes with a $625,000 stipend.
Last Friday, the Office of Sustainability hosted its first Freecycle sale, giving away lots of household and miscellaneous items for free.
During the Wesleyan Student Assembly’s (WSA) open forum on Sunday, Sept. 20, members of the Senate discussed a petition calling for a boycott of The Wesleyan Argus.
This fall, Trinity College’s president has announced that the university is going to reverse their decision to co-educate their fraternities and sororities.
Early Tuesday morning, at 2:03 a.m., a University student was robbed at knifepoint while walking on Church Street.
University tops Princeton Review’s Best Schools for Making an Impact, with most on-campus student engagement and community service opportunities.
After waste audit, Eco Facilitators launch initiative to reduce waste in residential halls by removing paper towels.
On April 28, the University’s chapter of Shining Hope for Communities (SHOFCO-Wesleyan) held a film screening to screen a new documentary, “A Path Appears.”
On Tuesday, April 23, Bon Appetit sponsored a film screening to focus on farm workers’ exploitation.
Wesleyan’s Board of Trustees, under the advisement of the Committee for Investor Responsibility (CIR), approved a resolution on Feb. 28 to consider “environmental, social, or governance factors” as a part of the University’s investment process.
Rebecca Seidel ’15 and Danielle Pruitt ’15 organized “Think Out Loud,” a platform for students to share their ideas.
On March 24, Professor of Sociology at the University of California, San Diego Isaac Martin spoke about Rich People’s Movements.
Students of WesAmnesty join together to write letters to show their support for victims in police brutality in Chicago.
Writing at Wesleyan held an informational session to describe the Wesleyan Writers Conference and the Columbia Publishing Course.
Students gathered in Exley Science Center lobby on Sunday, Feb. 15 in solidarity with the three Muslim students murdered on Tuesday, Feb. 10 near UNC Chapel Hill.
Members of the Wesleyan community and religious organizations discussed the intersection of religious and queer identities.