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Letters: An Ally in Prof. Hatch, Remembering Manfred Stassen, Leadership in Population Health

It’s Good To Find An Ally In Associate Professor Hatch It was encouraging to read the Wesleyan magazine article, “Health Care and Racism: A Toxic Mix,” (2018, issue 1) concerning the work of Associate Professor of Science in Society Anthony Hatch and his most recent book. He captures a sad truth:…
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LETTERS

ROLE OF SAYRE (1917) IN AEP ACQUISITION I enjoyed your article on the history of Wesleyan but was disappointed with the rather cursory description of the University’s good fortune derived from the acquisition of the Ame…
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LETTERS

COULD THIS BE WHY? Looking back at Wesleyan sports over half a century ago, among the NEICAA champions I remember were broad jumpers Ernie Dunn ’59, Jim Thomas ’61, and Dick Huddleston ’60, miler Steve Paranya ’61, wres…
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