Category 2017 Issue 1Posted on

STEADY PROGRESS

In 2013 Antonio Farias joined the staff as vice president for equity and inclusion, and Title IX officer. Building on the work of his predecessors, he and his colleagues in the Office for Equity & Inclusion have developed robust policies and procedures for handling Title IX complaints and ed…
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Category 2017 Issue 1Posted on

Game On

WHAT A YEAR! In April men’s and women’s lacrosse won Little Three Championships outright—the first time in history that both teams won the title in the same season. Wesleyan teams have claimed FIVE Little Three c…
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Category 2017 Issue 1Posted on

The Outlier

PAGAN KENNEDY ’84 CHARTS AN UNCOMMON LITERARY COURSE. PAGAN KENNEDY ’84 has always seen things a little differently. When she recently met Abby Solomon, a 21-year-old with a rare genetic condition that prevents he…
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Category 2016 Issue 3Posted on

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Gone are the days of plastic trays and mystery meat Mondays, of limited choices and uninspired institutional fare. Today’s college campus is a place where reusable to-go containers and water stations are as commonpla…
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Category 2016 Issue 3Posted on

FAMILY WEEKEND

Athletic contests, tailgating, the 24th Annual Dwight L. Greene Symposium, the 40th Annual Navaratri Festival, exhibitions, WESeminars, performances and more—and a 39—10 Cardinal football victory over Bowdoin—all mad…
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Category 2016 Issue 3Posted on

CREAM OF THE CROP

For Ronnybrook Farm Dairy owners Kate Osofsky ’94 and her father, Rick ’66, farming is both a second career and a return to their roots. Established in 1941 and located in Ancramdale, New York, Ronnybrook Fa…
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GAME ON

Senior Devon Carrillo ’17 steps adroitly through a sea of Williams purple en route to a three-touchdown performance and 110 total yards. The Cardinals posted a record-breaking 59-14 victory over the Ephs in Williamstow…
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