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07/23/2015: Nafeesa Monroe '99 posts on the bulletin board: My new theatre company Classics in Color, focused on inclusion theatre in classic & classical work, is crowdfunding our first co-pro: a multi-ethnic "Proof" by D. Auburn. Become a collaborator by donating!
07/23/2015: Ben Robertson '90 posts on the bulletin board: Check out my book The Last Generation, Amazon #1 Teen & Young Adult Historical Fiction. Publishers Weekly writes "...his story skillfully plays against the conflict between Christian and pagan beliefs, as well as the ethnic clash between Norse and Inuit peoples".
07/21/2015: Bulletin board: Aditi N Kini '13 is looking for leads for on oral history project on pre-1965 South Asian immigrants to the U.S. Starting DC/Kansas City/Ann Arbor trip tomorrow, so if you know of leads there, please write.
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07/22: Filmmaker Andrew Berends '94 talks with Wesconnect about his recent documentary Madina's Dream about the largely ignored war in the Nuba mountains of Sudan, and why he documents regions in conflict.
07/21: Actor and playwright Dylan Marron ’10 creates the popular YouTube Series "Every Single Word Spoken by a Person of Color," a project that highlights Hollywood's lack of diversity.
07/21: Marisa Stotter '13 has exciting news: She Makes Comics, her first film, won Best Documentary at "arguably the mecca for comic book fans"—Comic-Con 2015.
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07/26: Meet and welcome our newest students and their families in a city near you.
NESCAC Boat Cruise
07/31: Join NESCAC alumni in NYC for an evening of drinks and dancing on the water! Boat cruise features a 3-hour open beer and wine bar, soft drinks, light snacks, and DJ entertainment. Tickets are $50 per person. Register now
08/09: Bring your Wes spirit, family and a dish to share to our annual summer picnic in Portland!
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07/21: "...so, Miriam was underneath the stage." Annie Paladino '09 and Miriam Krent '09 recall the start of their friendship as part of the Wesleyan Storytelling Project.
07/08: "I was the secret butler of Russell House." Daniel Handler '92 talks about writing at Wesleyan, being an Olin fellow, and a magical dishwasher.
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.
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