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It’s predicted to be a very cold weekend! Anyone who needs a warm winter coat or supplement to what they have should stop in on Friday, February 12 to see Michelle Myers-Brown  in the Usdan Administration Hall, across from the Computer Store. If you miss this date, send her an email at mmyersbrown@wesleyan.edu or stop […]

Ownership Matters: Legal Structures for Social Enterprise On Wednesday, December 2nd, you will have the opportunity to hear from Jim Steiker ’81 in Usdan 108 from 4-5pm. Jim Steiker ’81 will speak about his experience in the financial and legal sector, specifically the options for legal structure and ownership of social ventures. Jim was a […]

Long Lane Farm will be hosting its annual May Day festival this coming Saturday, 2 May, from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. (rain date: Sunday, 3 May, noon to 5).  The event is open to the community, and will involve food, live music, face painting, crafts and activities, a bake sale, and a small farmer’s […]

You Are Invited to Attend the Wesleyan PossePlus Retreat  February 27 – March 1, 2015 | Incarnation Conference Center    Free to all Wesleyan Constituents! RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/Wesleyan-PossePlusRetreat2015 Are you… Interested in discussing the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri?  Concerned by recent police actions? Interested in learning more about power, authority, crime & punishment in the United States? Then come take […]

Dr. Martin Luther King Commemoration  —   “We shall overcome:  How far have we come?” All members of the Wesleyan and greater Middletown community are invited to a panel presentation and discussion to explore various perspectives about the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City to commemorate the life, civil rights and social justice legacy […]

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Peter Morgenstern-Clarren ’03 Social Justice Award for Sophomores & Juniors The Peter Morgenstern-Clarren ’03 Social Justice Award was created in memory of Peter Morgenstern-Clarren who pursued social justice while a student at Wesleyan.  His activism included securing benefits for Wesleyan custodial staff, participating in the United Student and Labor Action Committee, and contributing his leadership […]

  COME ENJOY SOME FABULOUS PIZZA AND HEAR FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCES FROM A PANEL OF FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS AT WESLEYAN! Tuesday, April 29   5:00 – 6:30 PM 41 WYLLYS, ROOM 114

  Are you interested in planning this year’s Take Back the Night* Event to end sexual violence?  Students For Consent and Communication want you and your organizations to help make this year’s event the best yet!  Join us for lunch on Friday, February 28,    12-1PM    Wyllys 114  Bring your ideas, questions, comments!   We’ll bring the […]

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