12/17/2014: Kambucha-drinking, jerky-making, fellow socio-environmentally conscious Wes alumna Anya Fernald '98 wants to restore meat to its status as a luxury—"delectable, expensive, and rare." #THISISWHY
12/16/2014: A formidable number of Wes alumni—Urbina ’13, Valenti ’12, Sherr-Ziarko ’11, Swee ’12, and Rodi ’12—join forces to create Wolf 359, an extraterrestrial podcast. #THISISWHY
12/16/2014: In his eighth novel, Larry Duberstein ’66 crafts a thoughtful tale based on the true story of a relative who survived the horrors of the Nazi regime.
12/15/2014: You're going to see a lot more of Wesleyan trustee Bradley Whitford '81, and not just in your inbox. Watch out for Bradley in two new roles.
12/10/2014: #BlackLivesMatter: Wesleyan students marched on Main Street on Monday afternoon. Lindsay Keys '11 made a short film on the New York City protests.
12/09/2014: Judge Leonard P. Edwards ’63 may have retired, but he’s not done fighting for children and families. His latest book, Reasonable Efforts: A Judicial Perspective, is available free online. #THISISWHY
12/09/2014: Dahlia Schweitzer ’98, continuing her Wes research on Cindy Sherman, recently published the first study of Sherman's overlooked (and only) film, Office Killer. #THISISWHY
12/08/2014: Abdul Latif '97, who founded Wes' Precision student dance troupe, shares his choreography reel from his varied career.
12/03/2014: The person most likely to radically alter the world of sports? Not LeBron James, but the first woman to head the NBA union, Michele Roberts '77. #THISISWHY
12/02/2014: Bill Shapiro '87 has co-written a children's book with Barnaby Harris, and perhaps surprisingly, Keith Richards.
12/02/2014: Former America's Next Top Model contestant and Bank of America director Kim Stolz '05 examines her relationship with social media in Unfriending My Ex and Other Things I’ll Never Do. #THISISWHY
12/01/2014: As interim director of the Parsons Paris program in Strategic Design and Management, Kakee Scott '01 focuses on the relationship between design and the sociological aspects of sustainability.
10/21/2014: Once upon a time, we were mysterious lavender ministers. Herbert L. Connelly, Class of 1909, tells the tale of how we became Cardinals (and donned the Red and Black). #THISISWHY
09/22/2014: University Relations has partnered with the Wesleyan Library to make limited JSTOR access available through Wesconnect to all alumni.