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There’s a great opportunity in the upcoming semester (Fall 2017) for students interested in making musical theater. Tony and Obie Award Winner, Greg Kotis (Urinetown) will be teaching the Music Theater Workshop, THEA 279. The course is described here. https://iasext.wesleyan.edu/regprod/!wesmaps_page.html?stuid=&facid=NONE&crse=014313&term=1179 There are prerequisites, but, as ever, there are also prerequisite over-rides for students who have […]

This new course will be hosted by Film and taught by Wes alumna Amanda Palmer’s long-time collaborator, Michael Pope. (If you are not familiar with Amanda Palmer’s work, you can check her out here: http://amandapalmer.net/) It is a Permission of Instructor (POI) course with notification of admission on August 31. Title: “The Art of Doing: […]

Summer Sendoffs 2017!

Summer Sendoffs 2017! All members of the Wesleyan community are invited to attend Summer Sendoff gatherings. These casual socials are hosted by alumni and parents and are the perfect opportunity to welcome our newest students and their families to Wesleyan. Sendoffs are currently scheduled for: Atlanta, GA June 20th Austin, TX, July 16th Bay Area, […]

Wesleyan Summer Session 2017

Summer Session Registration- Still Open! Summer 2017 classes include Intro to Financial Accounting, Bio, Chem, International Politics, Writing with Anne Greene, and more. More information is available in WesMaps and on the Summer Session website. To register: 1) Print and complete the registration form (EP>Student>Summer Session>Registration Form). 2) Meet with your faculty advisor to have […]

Here are some tips and strategies that students use to prepare for final exams and other academic assessments. Overall Strategies “It gets to the point where I know I have to act like I am in a tunnel.” (Joey ‘18) “I’m trying to figure that out. My strategy is to pay attention in class and […]

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Shu Tokita Prize

Shu Tokita Prize Announcement: The Shu Tokita Prize For Students of Color Studying Literature The Shu Tokita Prize, established by friends and relatives of Shu Tokita, ’84, will be awarded to one or two students of color (US citizens or residents), current sophomores or juniors, majoring in literature, in area studies or a language major […]

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