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Life in the Bronx

Steven Tejada ’97 brought an excerpt from Boogey Down Journeys, his oneman show of original monologues, to the Black and Latino Alumni Reconnection/ Reunion Weekend this June in Washington, D.C. The characters he creates…
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WW II Vets Honored

For many college students in the early 1940s, personal dreams for a college degree were cast aside for the national goal. Carl Zier ’44 was one such student. He had made it threequarters of the way through his bachelor’s…
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View From Turkey

“A Jewish chaplain and a Muslim chaplain took some college students on a trip to Turkey?”   If American stereotypes lead you to expect a punchline?not so fast! This is a real event?an eight-day trip that two Wesle…
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