2015 Issue 1

2015 ISSUE 1


Formative Years • Bill Holder


The Brilliance of Belichick Or: “The Butler Could Never Have Done It Alone”

Artists for World Peace Celebrates Wesleyan Ties

Remembering Professor of Art John Frazer


President’s Letter • Michael S. Roth ’78

Thinking About Campus, 1997 And 2015 • Charles Salas, ma ’85

A Peak Moment in Wes History Recalled • nick vennochi

Scholar Athlete: Alexis Walker ’16 • NICK VENNOCHI

Weil Leads Workshops in Chile on Trends in American Animal Studies • BILL HOLDER

From the Collections: Teaching from the Breadth and Depth of the Davison Art Center • Magazine Editor

Just Published • DAVID LOW

Conversations: Redefining Theater • David Low

Between the Lines: A Devastating Storm Reveals a City’s Vulnerability • magazine editor

Historical Row: Signs of Spring: Harriet Baldwin Davison’s Garden of Books • suzy taraba

Hug Your Customers • magazine editor

How to Succeed in Business: Co-op • MAGAZINE EDITOR


How to Succeed in Business: Co-op • MAGAZINE EDITOR

Steve Oleskey ’64, P’00 Establishes Endowed Public Service Internship • Magazine Editor

Join in an Enduring Tribute to John Driscoll and the Freeman Asian Scholars Program • Magazine Editor

Message from the Chair: The WesConnected Musical Mind • Daphne Kwok ’84


Jody Sperling ’92: Dancing in the Arctic • magazine editor

Improvising a Life in Music: Taylor Ho Bynum ’98 MA’05 • magazine editor

Carolyn Werner Haney ’01: Weviva Means Community Wellness • Cynthia Rockwell


Writing the Untold Stories • David Low

USAID: How to Change the World • Cynthia rockwell

Historian David Potts ’60: Wesleyan in the 20th Century • magazine editor