Palmer ’98 Presents “Words and Music” to Benefit Financial Aid

At a special Reunion & Commencement appearance with all ticket sales going to financial aid, Amanda Palmer ’98 played the piano and the ukulele and joyfully performed a set of her inimitable songs on the stage in Crowell Concert Hall on May 24. Her husband, Neil Gaiman, winner of writing honors from the Newbery Medal to the Hugo Award to the Will Eisner Comic Award, read from his work and joined Palmer in fielding questions from a rapt audience of alumni, parents and students.

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More information about Wesleyan’s THIS IS WHY campaign and upcoming events can be found at http://thisiswhy.wesleyan.edu.