Actors, teachers and motivators Pat '64 and Bruce White '65 were featured in the "Interesting People" interview series.
Renovations are under way at Hansen Student Center.
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For his excellence in teaching, Joseph Corsello '59 will be the sole national recipient of the 2012 Dolly Parton Chasing Rainbows Award.
Wesleyan economist Michael Seeborg discussed the benefits of the YouthBuild program for high school dropouts.
Richard Jenkins '69 was touted among an "impressive cast" for Lullaby, the latest of his seven recent roles in films involving Hollywood legends such as Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Robert Redford.
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Professor of English James Plath, who is president of the John Updike Society, discussed the society's purchase of the author's boyhood home.
Wesleyan's Gabe Spalding is part of a research team that devised a sonic screwdriver, becoming the first to validate theoretical predictions of wave behavior -- with potential benefits in ultrasound surgery.
The triple helix sculpture in the new entry rotunda at the School of Art reflects the biology of creativity.
As an intern this spring for the city of Bloomington's planning and code enforcement department, Elizabeth Daniels '12 is working to catalog the city's many "street relics."
Professor of Physics Linda French discussed Saturday's biggest full moon of the year.