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This spring, Wesleyan will start a new chapter in its literary history with the opening of the Wesleyan R.J. Julia Bookstore on Main Street in downtown Middletown. The two-level, 12,000-square-foot open-course store will be managed by R.J. Julia Booksellers, an awardwinning, nationally recognize…
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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 …
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What does it take to replicate the Wes experience of campuswide collaborations? [caption id="attachment_9281" align="alignnone" width="803"] The Art Girl Army board—(l. To r.) Olivia Harris, Morgan Fletcher, Ebony…
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Leo Durocher: Baseball’s Prodigal Son By PAUL DICKSON ‘60 BLOOMSBURY, 2017 In his newest book, Paul Dickson ’60 tells the story of one of the most memorable characters ever to walk onto a baseball field: Leo Duroche…
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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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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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