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Category 2019 Issue 2Posted on

A Glimpse into the Ogden and Mary Louise Reid Cinema Archives

Wesleyan’s Cinema Archives began in 1981 when director Frank Capra Hon. ’81 (It’s a Wonderful Life and many other films) donated his collection of papers and memorabilia to Professor Jeanine Basinger. Notably, the archive continues to gather and house primary source material, a distinctive focus in a university film studies sett…
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Letters to the Editor: Dr. Martin Luther King Hon. ’64; Quantitative Leaders; Class of ’45: 10th Mountain Division

  Wesleyan’s Dr. Martin Luther King Hon. ’64 Dear Sir: An article in Issue 1, 2019, on African American Studies at Wesleyan was very interesting and informative. I was very surprised that the authors neglected to…
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Editor’s Note: Difficult Problems and Creative Solutions

Despite growing up in Connecticut, most of what I knew about Wesleyan as an adolescent was that a very bright friend of mine—Nick Encalada-Malinowski ’04—chose it from many other impressive collegiate options. Aside from preternatural ultimate frisbee chops, my clearest memory of Nick is from high school geometry. We were taske…
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