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10/22: Wesconnect's Greatest Hits in Entertainment: Carter Bays '97 and Craig Thomas '97 (How I Met Your Mother), Matthew Weiner '87 (Mad Men), D.B. Weiss '93 (Game of Thrones) and the Emmys 2014.
10/21: 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
10/21: Watch "Freedom's Ring," a multimedia experience of MLK's "I Have A Dream" speech, created by Evan Bissell '05. First published on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. #THISISWHY
10/20: "He lived very humbly." Professor Rob Rosenthal remembers and honors his friend, the legendary folk singer Pete Seeger, who died on Jan. 27, 2014. #THISISWHY
10/15: Michael Yoshida '13 won a Regional Emmy with his WDAZ team for their coverage of "The Search for Anthony." #THISISWHY
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10/25: Please join Wesleyan in San Francisco for an admission reception to share your Wesleyan experience with prospective students and families. See who’s coming…
10/25: Join Cardinals in Cleveland for dinner and discussion at the Saffron-Patch.
How to Destroy Higher Education: A Conversation in L.A.
10/29: Join us for a lively and provocative conversation about threats facing higher education, with Wesleyan President Michael S. Roth ’78, author of Beyond the University, Emmy-Award winning actress Dana Delany '78 and .creator and executive producer of Mad Men Matthew Weiner '87, P'18. #THISISWHY Learn More!
Love and Treasure Reading
10/29: Celebrated author Ayelet Waldman '89 reads from her new novel, Love and Treasure, at New York's Jewish Museum. Photo credit Deborah Copaken Kogan. Read more
The Punk Singer
10/30: The Punk Singer, a documentary on activist and musician Kathleen Hanna, will be screened on campus followed by a panel with NYU professor Tavia Nyong’o ’95 and director Sini Anderson. Learn more
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