A Week At Wesleyan - Weekly Photo Recap Jan. 7-11, 2019


Porter Family Memorial Fine Arts Building, completed in 1956, serves as a cultural center for the campus and community and as a facility for the Division of Fine Arts.

Tate Hall, made possible by a gift from the late Colonel Sam Tate of Tate, Georgia, contains classrooms for communication, women's studies, English, history, modern languages, religion, philosophy.

Wesleyan's basketball team faced Agnes Scott in Porter Gym to mark the first home game of the spring semester.

Music majors may select from emphasis tracks for more focused study, or general tracks, that allow them to focus on more than one instrument or multiple styles and genres of music. Many music majors double major—a possibility unique to our liberal arts curriculum.

Wesleyan's white coat ceremony serves as a right of passage into nursing school that instills a commitment among these future healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive and compassionate care. Congratulations Class of 2020!

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