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IMF’s David Lipton ’75: Geopolitical risks to affect recovery of global economy IMF’s David Lipton ’75: Geopolitical risks to affect recovery of global economy

Apr 23, 2014

Geopolitical risks are clouding global recovery, says David Lipton '75, First Deputy Managing Director of the IMF.

Anne Field ’77 finds a Wes connection, post-interview with Appadurai ’00 Anne Field ’77 finds a Wes connection, post-interview with Appadurai ’00

Apr 22, 2014

After writing an article on Alok Appadurai '00, Anne Field '77 discovered that they share an alma mater. How Wesconnected are you?

The Bradley, by Hyungsoo Kim ’02, lauded for design The Bradley, by Hyungsoo Kim ’02, lauded for design

Apr 22, 2014

Hyungsoo Kim '02 created the Bradley, a revolutionary watch for the blind - which is proving popular amongst sighted people as well. #THISISWHY

The music-streaming business: Nuthin but a Boz (Saint John ’99) thang The music-streaming business: Nuthin but a Boz (Saint John ’99) thang

Apr 21, 2014

The music-streaming business is heating up, and Boz Saint John '99 has joined the fray in her new role at Beats Music.

Buzzell ’68 reflects on retirement Buzzell ’68 reflects on retirement

Apr 16, 2014

Shuffling into retirement? With 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day, Lloyd Buzzell '68 offers practical advice on how to stay involved.

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Alumni Calendar

Showing: 4/25/2014 to 5/25/2014. See all Alumni events…

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Cleveland:  April 2014 Book Club Cleveland: April 2014 Book Club

The Cleveland Book Club discusses Waiting for the Barbarians by Nobel laureate J.M. Coetzee.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Edgar Beckham Helping Hands Award Ceremony 2014 Edgar Beckham Helping Hands Award Ceremony 2014

Celebrate diversity on campus at the Edgar Beckham Helping Hands awards ceremony. #THISISWHY

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Chicago: 28th Annual John W. Baird ’38 Lecture Chicago: 28th Annual John W. Baird ’38 Lecture

The 28th John W. Baird '38 Lecture in Chicago explores the reclamation of the Bloomingdale line. #THISISWHY

Thursday, May 01, 2014

Transpacific Voyage: Lands and Islands of Mystery Transpacific Voyage: Lands and Islands of Mystery

This 15-day voyage highlights Japan's Northern Islands, Russia's Far East, the Bering Sea and the Aleutian Islands. Cruise from $3890 approximately (air NOT included).  Read more

Minneapolis: Presidential Reception Minneapolis: Presidential Reception

Hosted by John ‘62 & Ruth Huss

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Storytelling Project

Storytelling: Taylor Matthew ’17 and Megan Norris ’83 (clip) Storytelling: Taylor Matthew ’17 and Megan Norris ’83 (clip)

Apr 15, 2014

In this clip, Taylor Matthew ’17 talks with her mother Megan Norris ’83 P’17 about the Fight Song, annual Reunions, and knowing where the pink elephant is. #THISISWHY

Storytelling: Xiomara Lorenzo ’05 (clip) Storytelling: Xiomara Lorenzo ’05 (clip)

Apr 01, 2014

"Still feels like a rare breed - the Wesleyan MBA," says Xiomara Lorenzo, commenting on the transition from Wesleyan into the workforce.

Storytelling: Gary Mezzi ’83 and Rick Velleu ’83 (clip) Storytelling: Gary Mezzi ’83 and Rick Velleu ’83 (clip)

Mar 25, 2014

Gary Mezzi '83 and Rick Velleu '83 reminisce about the music scene at Wes - and in particular, their punk new wave-of-the-day band "Dr. Mezzi Fights Infection."

Storytelling: Ron Nowek ’58 and Bob Furber ’58 (clip) Storytelling: Ron Nowek ’58 and Bob Furber ’58 (clip)

Mar 17, 2014

In a conversation with Mia Lobel '97, Ron Nowek '58 and Bob Furber '58 recall their exuberant days at Wes, including the great water fight of 1956.

Storytelling: Bill Roberts ’63 P’96 (clip) Storytelling: Bill Roberts ’63 P’96 (clip)

Mar 11, 2014

In this clip, Bill Roberts '63 P'96 talks about a life-changing experience at the Chapel in the spring of 1962.

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