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Monthly Archive for April, 2010

The International Photo Contest finalist selections are now on display through April 30 in the Zelnick Pavilion. Wesleyan students submitted nearly 600 photos for the contest, sponsored by the Office of International Studies and the Office of Student Activities.  Forty-nine finalists were selected in five categories: People and Portraits        Landscapes       Structures & Cityscapes       Animals & […]

It is our pleasure to invite you to this year’s Earth Day Celebration:   KEEPING OUR FEET TO THE FIRE: JOINING ART AND SCIENCE TO ENGAGE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES  Thursday, April 22   8 p.m.  CFA Hall The event will feature a world premier screening of Paul Horton’s film:   CONNECTIONS WITHIN A FRAGILE WORLD   There will […]

On April 24, the Center for African American Studies will host a day-long symposium to mark the 40th anniversary of the Class of 1969. This was Wesleyan’s first fully integrated graduating class. The four years that these men were here helped to transform the institution into the multi-cultural university that it is today.  Six members […]

We wanted to share a video with you that summarizes Feet to the Fire: Exploring Global Climate Change from Science to Art, our eighteen month campus-wide exploration of climate change using the arts as a catalyst. The project was developed by the Center for the Arts and the Environmental Studies Program in collaboration with faculty, […]

On Wednesday April 21, 12:00 p.m. in Downey House, Room 113, Wesleyan World Wednesdays, Environmental Studies and  African StudentS Association/Wes Friends of Africa  presents a discussion and short film on why we shouldn’t take clean water for granted.  Learn about how Max Perel-Slater ’11 and Abby Horton ’11 worked with a community in rural Tanzania to […]

Run for WSA! File by 4/23-4 p.m.

The WSA is looking for fresh faces. You think to yourself, “hey, mine’s pretty fresh. And I have lots of ideas about ways to make Wesleyan a better place for students.” Well that’s just super. Because frankly, it’s WSA elections season, and we need you. There are five seats open for each class year (’11, […]

I am pleased to invite you to attend the African and African Diaspora Studies Workshop on Friday, April 23rd, in Allbritton 311, beginning at 10 am. The theme this year is “Africa’s Global Past and Present: Rethinking Africa and the African Diaspora.” We hope that you can join us for this exciting interdisciplinary event.  Lunch will […]

From Methodists to Feminists: A History of Activism at Wesleyan Tuesday, April 20, 2010 7:00 p.m., Daniel Family Commons Wesleyan has been known as a place that fosters active and engaged thinking and action.  Over the many years of Wesleyan’s history, many individuals and groups have embodied that spirit.  Suzy Taraba, University Archivist and Head […]

Tonight (Monday), the Center for Film Studies will host a discussion with Visual Effects Artist Richard Edlund (Star Wars, and a founding member of ILM) and Production Designer Jackson DeGovia (former president of the Art Directors Guild of America) as part of our yearly Voss Visiting Scholar series. Admission is free, and the discussion begins […]

It’s time for the WSA Presidential candidates to duke it out. Come hear what Micah Feiring, Bradley Spahn, and Lowell Wood have to say about the hot campus issues in this year’s WSA PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE. Expect things to get heated.  When:  Monday, April 19, 7 p.m.    Where:  The Usdan Courtyard Becky Weiss, WSA VP

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