Snapshots

Student Leaders Learn from Prominent Alumni

Anand Satchidanandan '08, assistant director of the Wesleyan Fund, and Jeff XX speak with Jody Hill '78 during the third Student Leadership Lunch Feb. 28 in Usdan University Center. The lunches are hosted by the Alumni Association to recognize student leaders and to provide them with an opportunity to meet and learn from prominent alumni leaders.

Anand Satchidanandan '08, assistant director of the Wesleyan Fund, and Jeff Bizinkaukas '10 speak with Jody Hill '78 during the third Student Leadership Lunch Feb. 28 in Usdan University Center. The lunches are hosted by the Alumni Association to recognize student leaders and to provide them with an opportunity to meet and learn from prominent alumni leaders.

 

Sweets and Scents Top Winter Sales at Farmers Market

Brian Stewart, associate professor of physics, shops at Linda's Sweet Memories Bakery.

Brian Stewart, associate professor of physics, shops at Linda's Sweet Memories Bakery of Portland, Conn. during the Wesleyan Farmers Market Feb. 18 in Beckham Hall. The Wesleyan Farmers Market brings together Wesleyan's faculty, staff, students and the Middletown community to support local farmers, bakers and artisans.

William Manchester’s Life Discussed at Lecture, Exhibit

Portrait of a Writer" honoring and celebrating Manchester, a writer in residence at Wesleyan whose ties to the university date back to 1955. Manchester died at his home in Middletown, Conn. in June 2004.

Leith Johnson, project archivist for the William Manchester Papers, speaks about author William Manchester's career at Wesleyan Feb. 5 in Olin Library. The Friends of the Wesleyan Library sponsored the event titled "William Manchester: Portrait of a Writer" honoring and celebrating Manchester, a writer in residence at Wesleyan whose ties to the university date back to 1955. Manchester died at his home in Middletown, Conn. in June 2004.

Manchester was most known for his book, <i>The Death of a President</i> (1967). In 1964, Jacqueline Kennedy selected Manchester to write about John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Two years later, she sued him to prevent the publication of <i>The Death of a President</i>, setting off a controversy that played out on the front pages of newspapers around the world.

Manchester was most known for his book, The Death of a President (1967). In 1964, Jacqueline Kennedy selected Manchester to write about John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Two years later, she sued him to prevent the publication of The Death of a President, setting off a controversy that played out on the front pages of newspapers around the world.

 

Community Arts Discussed at Green Street

An Emerging Field in Liberal Arts Education" during the Green Street Arts Center Sunday Salon series Feb. 8. Mañjon explored how liberal arts institutions are integrating community engagement practices with art applications to produce both curricular and co-curricular content.

Sonia BasSheva Mañjon, vice president for diversity and strategic partnerships, speaks on "Community Arts in the Academy: An Emerging Field in Liberal Arts Education" during the Green Street Arts Center Sunday Salon series Feb. 8. Mañjon explored how liberal arts institutions are integrating community engagement practices with art applications to produce both curricular and co-curricular content.

Tours, Prizes at Usdan Open House

Peter Gilchrist '10 welcomes guests to the Usdan University Center open house Jan. 30. Attendees were given a golden passport to encourage guests to visit seven areas in the university center.

Peter Gilchrist '10 welcomes guests to the Usdan University Center open house Jan. 30. Attendees were given a golden passport to encourage guests to visit seven areas in the university center. The areas included the Cardinal Technologies Store, the University Box Office, the Wesleyan Student Assembly office, the Usdan Administrative Offices, Wesleyan Station, the Game Room and Beckham Hall.

 

Student Art Calls Attention to Race, Class Elitism

Several Wesleyan students of color are hosting an art show Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery South through the end of Feburary. Pictured is a photograpy collage titled "En Kolkata" created by Priya Ghosh '09.

An exhibit titled "Be the Art: You Want to See in the World" is on display in the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, South Gallery through Feb. 15. The show will be transferred to Usdan University Center thereafter. Pictured is a collage of photographs titled "En Kolkata" created by Priya Ghosh '09.

Students Voice Opinions on War in Gaza

Rabbi David Teva Leipziger, director of religious and spiritual life and University Jewish Chaplain, leads an open discussion about the war in Gaza Feb. 4 in Olin Library's Devlin Room. About 40 students attended the event.

Rabbi David Leipziger Teva, director of religious and spiritual life and University Jewish Chaplain, leads an open discussion about the war in Gaza Feb. 4 in Olin Library's Devlin Room. About 40 students attended the event. They were encouraged to speak about the latest chapter of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.