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Schofield '12 to Present Research in Cuba
Colin Schofield '12 will present a paper, based on his research while studying abroad in Chile, at an international conference on social communication in Cuba.

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Students Spend Summer as Museum Interns
As summer interns, seniors Sarah Carlson and Kate Scott were able to apply what they learned in anthropology courses to a practical museum setting.

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Self-Designed Major Leads to Prestigious Internship
Designing her own interdisciplinary major helped Annie Tillmann '12 secure a competitive internship at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst, Mass.

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Jent's Play Opens to Rave Reviews in New York
The Off Broadway production of Falling, written by Deanna Jent '84, is described as a singular achievement in writing, acting, direction and subject matter.

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Counseling and Consultation Services Offer Support
Illinois Wesleyan's Counseling and Consultation Services provides support and guidance for students making transitional decisions.

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Kuzniar '13 Finds Perfect Fit as Director
Kristyn Kuzniar '13 has learned to believe in herself and her decisions as director of the Lab Theatre production of The Memory of Water.

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30 Rock's Judah Friedlander Coming to Campus
Judah Friedlander will bring his comedy to the Shirk Center on Saturday, Nov. 10, with opening act comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates.

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Alum's Strategies Apply to Politics, Products and People
Gretchen Grabowski's career has taken her from political campaigns to the inner workings of The Nielsen Company -- always relying on similar skill sets.

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Mortar Board Chapter Receives Silver Torch Award
Wesleyan's chapter of the Mortar Board honor society has been recognized for its dedication while exemplifying the ideals of scholarship, leadership and service.

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Schultz' Book Finds Movie Men "Soured on the System"
Movies offer a cultural window on how middle-class American men are increasingly disaffected, as explored in a new book by Wesleyan's Robert Schultz.