Students in the course CSPL210: Money and Social Change hosted a grant-making reception.
Rachel Verner ’15 and Nikita Rajgopal ’17 hosted a discussion of the University’s current Title IX policy, as well as possible changes.
German Studies Professor Winston talks about Günther Grass’s “Too Far Afield” to conclude the Department’s Fall Lecture series.
A new committee of students, faculty, administrators, and officers will advise Public Safety on University issues.
Yale University Professor Christopher Lebron gives lecture on race, equality, and the makeup of his new book.
To demonstrate support for with Hong Kong, students organized an informal protest.
“Making Art in the Anthropocene” discusses the relationship of humans and landscapes.
Students gathered outside of President Roth’s house following meeting of the Board of Trustees.
David Rabban ’71 discusses the limitations and applications of the First Amendment.
Associate Professor of History Erik Grimmer-Solem gave a talk as part of a new lecture series hosted by the History Department
Weekend-long conference features a computer programming bootcamp and competitive hackathon.
On Wednesday, Nov. 20, over four hundred students, faculty members, and community members attended the third annual Wesleyan Thinks Big event. Held once per semester, the event provides five professors from a wide range of departments the opportunity to give a 10-minute lecture about what keeps them up at night.
Last week, radical activist Gustavo Esteva gave four lectures on campus and also participated in a conversation with campus activist groups held at the Alpha Delta Phi Society (Alpha Delt). These lectures addressed his personal philosophies and opinions with a particular emphasis on the success of the Zapatista movement in southern Mexico.
Students, alumni, faculty, and Middletown residents gathered in the Memorial Chapel on Tuesday to attend the University’s second Wes Thinks Big event. The hour-and-a-half-long event gave five professors an open floor to speak for nine minutes about topics they chose, after which questions were solicited from the audience.