Events

EdConnect // A Hub for Education on Campus

Interested in education initiatives? Want to find other students with similar interests? Look no further! We are pleased to announce the launch of a new website at Wesleyan called EdConnect. This site will serve as a hub for all things education-related on campus and will include opportunities – both on and off campus – in teaching,…

Brighter Dawns 5k This Saturday

Run for a cause! Help improve health in Bangladesh! This just in from Brighter Dawns: Join us on Saturday, April 27 for the 3rd annual 5K for Brighter Dawns! Wesleyan students will run alongside local communities to raise awareness and help out a fantastic cause – improving health conditions in the slums of Bangladesh. Take the race at…

WAPPS Boston Launch & Reception, April 25

A message from Arthur Nazarian ’09 for anyone who will be in Boston on Thursday evening: Boston, MA: WAPPS Launch & Reception Join us for the inaugural gathering of a new Boston and Wesleyan community dedicated to philanthropy and public service. Come to Elephant & Castle in Boston from 6-8pm on Thursday, April 25th for…

Radical Giving and Alternative Economics, May 1 at noon

RADICAL GIVING AND ALTERNATIVE ECONOMICS a post-Wes conversation with Brendan Martin ’95 hosted by Wesleyan’s Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship Wednesday, May 1 12-1 p.m. Allbritton 311 Lunch will be provided, and registration is required. If you are unavailable to attend the lunch at noon but you are interested in meeting Brendan while he is…

Invisible Men Presents: BluePrint Roundtable

Saturday, April 13th, 1-4PM, CFA Hall. BluePrint Roundtable is a community conversation moderated by acclaimed actor Delroy Lindo, star of Romeo Must Die and Malcom X. When filming Question Bridge, the creators of the project encountered a compelling question and answer exchange between a younger participant and an older Civil Rights Activist. The Question: “Why…

Volunteer Opportunity: Humanity Festival, April 13th, on Foss Hill.

The Humanity Festival is a one-day musical celebration in solidarity against bigotry, racism, and social divisions within a community. The Wesleyan Humanity Festival will take place on April 13th, 2013 on the bottom of Foss hill and intends to bring all members of the Wesleyan and greater Middletown community together through music, art, and spoken word. The festival will encourage dialogue about—and…

Earth Month 2013: “Rethinking How Money Works” Event

To celebrate and raise awareness of Earth Month, Wesleyan is creating and engaging in a plethora of events, discussions, and talks, on campus and off. We’d like to highlight a social entrepreneurship-related event, so if you’re interested in attending and require transportation, email Makaela Kingsley at mjkingsley(at)wes. “Rethinking How Money Works: Monetary Reform as a…

Social Entrepreneurship Bootcamp: Structure Lab

The Patricelli Center presents a Social Entrepreneurship Bootcamp workshop Structure Lab Thursday, April 18, 2013 6-9 p.m. Allbritton 004 (Coffee and dessert will be served) Joy Anderson ’89, President of Criterion Institute and instructor of Wesleyan’s “Money and Social Change” course, is a prominent national leader at the intersection of business and social change. She…

NYT’s Jacques Steinberg Talk 4/9

Interested in issues of education, college access and affordability, Wesleyan’s admissions, or journalism? On Tuesday, April 9th, at 7:30 pm in the Memorial Chapel, the WSA will be hosting a talk by author and journalist Jacques Steinberg, titled “Beyond the Gatekeepers: The State of College Access and Affordability in America.” All student are encouraged to attend. Jacques…