Following President Michael Roth’s Nov. 18 all-campus email and #IsThisWhy’s response, Dean of Equity and Inclusion Antonio Farias issued a statement addressing campus inclusion as well as plans for change.
Assistant Professor Marguerite Nguyen discusses Asian American literature, approaching trauma with humor, and the intertwining of literature and history.
Due to allegations of illegal drug activity, students will be denied access to the Psi U house until the fall of 2016 at earliest.
In light of the Molly overdoses that took place in February, two students are facing prison sentences of up to 40 years.
Around 25 students shared testimonials and personal stories on Monday, May 4 to express solidarity with marginalized communities and victims of police brutality.
Vice President for Student Affairs Michael Whaley emailed the University Community to share the aftermath of the drug-poisoning incident of Feb. 22.
One student still hospitalized at Hartford Hospital, will survive “against all odds.”
Ninety students attended the WSA meeting on Sunday to discuss the issue.
This year, the University will begin participating in the Solarize U program to extend its commitment to sustainability.
Civic Engagement Fellow Rosy Capron organized a series of discussions about public life, the first of which focused on unpaid internships.
At its 125th annual meeting in Denver, CO, the Geological Society of America awarded Research Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences Ellen Thomas its Professional Excellence Award. The conference took place from Oct. 27-30, bringing together geoscientists from various universities and research centers. The recognition came from the Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG), a group that aims to encourage women in the geoscience field.
Students gathered in the Daniel Family Commons on Friday, Oct. 11 for the first session of a new, five-part discussion series titled “Privilege and Policy at Wesleyan.” The first forum focused on the implications of class and socioeconomic backgrounds on campus.
Over the past 10 days, three Public Safety (PSafe) Director finalists have visited campus, participating in open forums with the University community. The three candidates—Dana Perrin, Joe Kirk, and Ken Collamore—were selected from a pool of over 160 applicants by a search committee formed at the end of last semester when former director David Meyer announced his resignation.