01/09: For the third year running, David Davenport '88 and Monica Azare celebrate Kwanzaa at their home in New York.
Does Liberal Education Still Matter?
01/12: President Roth joins Beverly Tatum '75 and Anthony Marx for a conversation about the future of liberal arts education and the value of institutions of learning as they continue to evolve. Free and open to the public; tickets must be reserved online. Learn more
01/14: Celebrate the New Year with LA-area Cardinals at a happy hour in Beverly Hills.
01/17: Wesleyan alumni and friends celebrate their annual 3 Kings event at the historical Las Camaradas restaurant en el Barrio. Sponsored by the Wesleyan Latino Alumni Network (WesLAN).
01/18: Serve dinner at the Bowery Resident Community . 4:30-7 PM. Maximum of 4 registrants. Organized by Rick Akin.
01/19: Visit the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science for the first annual MLK Day of Creative Coding. 10 AM - 2 PM. Organized by Miles Tokunow '10.
01/19: Help prep and paint at the Bowery Resident Community . 10 AM - 3 PM. Maximum of 24 registrants. Organized by Muzzy Rosenblatt '87.
01/19: Serve dinner at the Bowery Resident Community . 4:30-7 PM. Maximum of 4 registrants. Organized by Muzzy Rosenblatt '87.
01/20: Serve dinner at the Bowery Resident Community . 4:30-7 PM. Maximum of 4 registrants. Organized by Muzzy Rosenblatt '87.
America's Global Future: Are College Students Prepared?
01/21: President Roth speaks at the Association of American Colleges & Universities' Centennial Symposium, exploring current and future connections between global flourishing and equity imperative. Learn more
01/21: Serve dinner at the Bowery Resident Community . 4:30-7 PM. Maximum of 4 registrants. Organized by Muzzy Rosenblatt.
01/21: Help repack bulk products to individual/family sizes, assemble boxes with assorted food, check expiration dates and label and glean products. 6-8:45 PM. Maximum of 10 registrants. Organized by Johanna Russ '03.
01/21: Donated food is inspected for quality and either sorted into bins or re-packaged into useable sizes. 6:30-8:30 PM. Maximum of 13 registrants. Organized by June Jeffries '75.
01/22: Serve dinner restaurant style at the Uptown Cafe. 5:30-7:30 PM. Maximum of 6 registrants. Organized by Hayley Stokar '06.
01/22: Join Wesleyan alumni at Davis & Gilbert for a networking reception. Sponsored by the Wesleyan Lawyer's Association (WLA).
01/23: Teach valuable academic skills, build confidence and inspire a love of reading. Maximum of 10 registrants. 9 - 11 AM. Organized by Wendy Wolf Kaufman '78.
01/24: Plant trees in San Francisco. 9 AM - 1 PM. Maximum of 20 registrants. Organized by Tamara Patterson '04.
01/29: Leadership donors and volunteers are invited to the first annual celebration of the 1831 Society, in New York.
Join us for a talk by Michael S. Roth, President of Wesleyan University and author of Beyond the University: Why Liberal Education Matters.
02/17: Tune your monitors into the next meeting of the Online Book Club—professor Magda Teter, a scholar of Jewish history, eastern European history, and of early modern religious and cultural history, discusses her book, Sinners on Trial.
02/19: Join Wesleyan alumni and friends for our annual Lunar New Year celebration at Chef Yu. Sponsored by the Asian Pacific/Asian-American Alumni Council (APAAC).
Reunion & Commencement 2015
05/21: May 21-24, 2015 Learn more.
Homecoming/Family Weekend 2015
11/06: November 6-8, 2015