Boger Hall, Gordon Career Center, The West Wing Dedicated During R&C Weekend

During Reunion & Commencement Weekend, the Wesleyan community celebrated the dedications of three prominent areas of campus with ribbon-cutting ceremonies. They include Boger Hall (formerly 41 Wyllys), the Gordon Career Center (located inside Boger Hall), and The West Wing of Usdan University Center.

Trustees, emeriti trustees, leadership donors and volunteers, and members of the Wesleyan community celebrated the dedication of Boger Hall, named for Joshua Boger ’73, P’06, ’09 and Amy Boger P’06, ’09 in recognition of their extraordinary leadership, service, and generosity. This event was held in conjunction with the Leadership Donor and Volunteer reception. (Photo by Jonas Powell '18)

Trustees, emeriti trustees, leadership donors and volunteers, and members of the Wesleyan community celebrated the dedication of Boger Hall, named for Joshua Boger ’73, P’06, ’09 and Amy Boger P’06, ’09 (second and third from right) in recognition of their extraordinary leadership, service, and generosity. (Photo by Jonas Powell ’18)

Members of the Class of 1986 and special guests gathered on May 21 to dedicate the Gordon Career Center in recognition of the generosity of Andrew M. Brandon-Gordon ’86 and Carlo Brandon-Gordon. (Photo by Tom Dzimian)

Members of the Class of 1986 and special guests gathered on May 21 to dedicate the Gordon Career Center in recognition of the generosity of Andrew M. Brandon-Gordon ’86 and Carlo Brandon-Gordon. (Photo by Tom Dzimian)

Members of the Class of 1986 and special guests gathered on May 21 to dedicate the Gordon Career Center in recognition of the generosity of Andrew M. Brandon-Gordon ’86 and Carlo Brandon-Gordon. (Photo by Tom Dzimian)

The Gordon Career Center links students to alumni and employers across the globe in fields that reflect the impressive breadth of opportunities explored by Wesleyan graduates. (Photo by Tom Dzimian)

Members of the Class of 1981 and special guests joined together on May 21 to dedicate the West Wing of Usdan University Center in honor of Bradley Whitford ’81. (Photo by John Van Vlack)

Members of the Class of 1981 and special guests joined together on May 21 to dedicate the West Wing of Usdan University Center in honor of Bradley Whitford ’81 (center). (Photo by John Van Vlack)

Bradley Whitford, an actor, played White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman on the NBC television drama The West Wing. Whitford was nominated for three consecutive Emmy Awards from 2001 to 2003 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role on The West Wing, winning the award in 2001. He received a second Emmy Award in 2015 for his role in Transparent.

Bradley Whitford, an actor, played White House Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman on the NBC television drama The West Wing. Whitford was nominated for three consecutive Emmy Awards from 2001 to 2003 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role on The West Wing, winning the award in 2001. He received a second Emmy Award in 2015 for his role in Transparent. (Photo by John Van Vlack)

Members of the Class of 1981 and special guests joined together on May 21 to dedicate the West Wing of Usdan University Center in honor of Bradley Whitford ’81. (Photo by John Van Vlack)

Members of the Class of 1981 and friends mingle at the West Wing dedication. (Photo by John Van Vlack)