A Week At Wesleyan - Weekly Photo Recap Feb. 25 - March 1, 2019


The blooming pink Magnolia trees on campus remind us that spring is just around the corner.

Students, faculty, and staff celebrated Black History Month at Wesleyan's annual poster session in the lobby of the Olive Swann Porter Building.

Olivia Skiba '21 is an art history major currently working on a set of videos titled Connecting to Wesleyan's Collection that gives viewers a glimpse inside Wesleyan's art collection.

Wesleyan's Assistant Dean for Equity and Inclusion Tonya Parker '01 delivered a Black History Sermon reflecting on the struggle and the hope of the African American experience while paying homage to the "shero" whose life and legacy inspires her most during Tuesday's Community Chapel.

With mid-terms approaching, students are taking advantage of Wesleyan's Academic Resource Center (ARC) located on the first floor of Willet Library.

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