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06/30/2015: Michael Lawrence-Riddell '98 is crowdfunding an educational music project called "Mind Your Music," which uses music to engage students and connect them to the power of words. You can support him on Kickstarter!
06/30/2015: Jason Wiser '95 posts on the bulletin board: I contributed art and animation to an interactive art show running the month of July at The Met in NYC. Check it out and let Jason know what you think!: JasonWiserArt@gmail.com
06/22/2015: Alexandra Miller '16 posts on the bulletin board: A group of Wes alums and students are raising money to put on and film a comedy showcase of up and coming comics later this summer in LA. You can support them on Indiegogo!
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06/24: Do small gifts even matter? Megan Norris '83 and Andrew Calica '01 weigh in.
06/10: Wesconnect caught up with director Shannon Sun-Higginson ’10 and editor Ian Park ’11 about GTFO The Movie, a documentary on the normalization of misogyny in gaming.
06/09: The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson '94 is a "work of 'autotheory'" which combines genre-bending memoir with critical theory on sexuality, gender, and the vexed institutions of marriage and child-rearing.
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06/25: Meet and welcome our newest students and their families in a city near you.
07/16: Traditional news, publishing, and TV is being transformed in Silicon Valley. Come hear from three alumni at the cutting edge of media in the digital age.
07/21: Bring your glove, lawn chair, and appetite as Philly area alumni, parents and students gather for the annual softball game and BBQ! Coordinated by Brad Moss '80.
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06/09: Lawyer Ben Solnit ’79, New York Public Radio CEO Laura Walker ’79 and Viking Penguin's Pamela Dorman ’79 recall how they reacted to their financial aid package from Wesleyan.
05/13: Dinosaurs and mummies once cavorted at Wes. Paul Hadzima '59 tells the story of the collection of Judd Hall Museum.
04/28: Wesleyan legends on campus: "He was a Bigfoot type of creature. And he was real."
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