A Week At Wesleyan - Weekly Photo Recap Jan. 21-25, 2019


Students, faculty, and staff were given the chance to sign the sheetrock this week during the renovation of the second floor of Willet Memorial Library.

Students enjoy the unique study spaces on the first floor of the library.

Mt. Vernon Porch views.

In OSP you can find the Belk Student Leadership Suites where student clubs and organizations maintain nine offices and a meeting room. Upstairs from this area are eight music rooms and a large student senate room.

Contemporary African American Quilts are literally and figuratively woven with stories by three Macon artists: Wini McQueen and Carolyn and Rudy Mendes as well as Ellen Blalock, a Georgia narrative artist. The collection will be on display until March 1st in the Wesleyan College Porter Family Memorial Fine Arts Building in the East and West galleries.

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