WESLEYAN MAGAZINE, ISSUE 2, 2018

This issue of the Wesleyan magazine explores the issues surrounding journalism in the current culture—and the journalists in our community and those who support their work. We invite your response and reactions to these articles in a letter to the editor. Please write to us.

This issue of the Wesleyan magazine explores the issues surrounding journalism in the current culture—and the journalists in our community, as well as those who support their work. We invite your response and reactions to these articles in a letter to the editor. Please write to us.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE: A STETHOSCOPE, A CAMERA LENS, AND A BATPHONE

LETTERS: AN ALLY IN PROF. HATCH, REMEMBERING MANFRED STASSEN, LEADERSHIP IN POPULATION HEALTH

PRESIDENT’S LETTER

BULLY PULPIT: MARKETING FOR A BETTER WORLD; Andrew Bleeker ’07, Ben Clark ’99

SPOTLIGHT ON ALUMNI: MANAGING EDITOR, THE NEW YORKER, EMILY GREENHOUSE ’06

HOW I WROTE 1,000 ARTICLES DURING MY FOUR YEARS AT WESLEYAN, BY LILY HERMAN ’16

NATIONAL CHAMPS! MEN’S LACROSSE

THE OUTSTANDING TENNIS GAME OF EUDICE CHONG ’18, BY JEREMY MINDICH ’87

ESPN’S ROB KING ’84 KNOWS EVERYONE’S FAVORITE TEAMS

THE HARD TRUTHS OF INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING; Jenifer McKim ’88

FROM GLASS CEILINGS TO GLOWING SCREENS; Jane Eisner ’77, P’06, ’12, and Miriam Berger ’12

THE PODCAST PERSON; Mia Lobel ’97

ALUMNI PANEL: WHAT’S REALLY GOING ON IN JOURNALISM TODAY

A LIFELINE FOR LOCAL JOURNALISM: JIM FRIEDLICH ’79, P’17 HEADS THE LENSFEST INSTITUTE, By Gabriel Popkin ’03

HISTORICAL ROW: THE FIRST ARGUS EDITORS

ARGUS: 150th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

SPOTLIGHT ON ALUMNI: ARCHITECTURE AS SLOW GRATIFICATION, BY HIMEKA CURIEL

SPOTLIGHT ON FACULTY: TRACKING TRENDS: WHAT POLITICAL ADS CAN TELL US ABOUT OUR NEXT ELECTIONS

REMEMBERING PRESIDENT BENNET

SEVEN JOIN WESLEYAN BOARD

INTRODUCING THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (AAEC) WITH GET-TO-KNOW-YOU QUESTIONS

WILLIAMS ’99 TAPPED AS INCOMING VP, UNIVERSITY RELATIONS

WELL READ, by Laurie Kenney

THE ART OF THE HUG; Jack Mitchell ’81

DEMOCRACY IS NOT AN ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCT: Steve Almond ’88