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Rowan Converse spent the summer working as a volunteer and then as an intern for the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP) in her hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The program is an educational outreach and research cooperative between her high school and the University of New Mexico dedicated to tracking the health of the Rio […]

This summer Shira Engel participated in teacher training because she has been practicing yoga for a few years.  She feels like it is a huge gift, and more specifically, a gift she wants to give to others in order to strengthen a valuable practice. The training was phenomenal. She expected to love it because she […]

This summer, Amanda interned at a non-for-profit theatre called Abingdon Theatre Company (www.abingdontheatre.org) as a literary associate. She read scripts that were submitted for the upcoming season and evaluated whether they should move on or not.  She also assisted with their special events including their annual ABIE Awards and the annual Playwright’s Retreat.  She learned […]

Ben interned for Progressives United, a Madison, Wisconsin-based charitable organization and political action committee founded by former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold. At Progressives United, Ben and the other interns wore several different hats, including lots of administrative work and data entry as well as working with the PAC’s finances.  However, the most interesting stuff he […]

Gianya Breland worked for the Goddard School in Southern New Jersey, typically with children ages 3-5. Primarily working in the afternoon, her role was not as demanding or prominent as some of the other teachers. She started her shift as the children were waking up from their naps. Served them their afternoon snack, read stories, […]

Gabrielle is a prospective music major from Brooklyn, NY, and an Argus staff writer.  This summer she was an editorial intern at AM New York and the Fader.  Aside from the usual intern busy work, she had the opportunity to write for both publications.   She also tutored high school students for their SATs.  As a […]

This is a story about Judo. Yusaku Takeda has been practicing Judo for more than 10 years and created the Wesleyan Judo club last year. Although he has not had a chance to actively develop the club, he has kept practicing Judo regularly by visiting a couple of local clubs mainly in Middletown and New Britain. […]

Saturday, May 7, Jessica Best went to see her voice teacher, Giacomo Gates, perform at Japanalia Eiko, a store in Hartford that opens for Concert Series on weekends.  Little did she know at the time that he would invite her up to sing along.  Click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6FcRvYrcQI

I wish to express a special thank you to the following first-years who were member of the Class Council this year!!! I look forward to working with you and others in the class next year!!!!!  You rock!!!! Jalen Alexander Paulette Campo Margaret Feldman-Pitch Julie Hsia Li Lin Leo Liu Francesca Moree Alecia Ng Nicole Okai […]

Are you interested in building your leadership, academic, career and service skills? Coming this Fall to Wesleyan University is The National Society of Leadership and Success. The Society is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. The Society offers life-changing lectures from the nations leading presenters and a community where like-minded success […]

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