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Professor William Herbst, John Monroe Van Vleck Professor of Astronomy at  gave a great radio interview on the Colin McEnroe show on WNPR. About what?  About dust! Dust is in fact much more interesting than you could imagine in your wildest dreams, so check this interview out! You can listen to the show  and check out […]

This Sunday’s Record Journal had a story on Karin Schwanbeck, a Graduate Liberal Studies alum (MALS 2008). Karin and her husband Bill produced their first documentary, “Dollars and Deadlines,” in 2007. They have recently finished “Running on Empty: The Brain Drain in Local TV News,” an examination of what they say is a decline in […]

After a short lull following the end of classes, Wesleyan’s campus has sprung back to life in spite of the rain. White tents are popping up everywhere, the largest one on Andrus Field, where Wesleyan’s 179th Commencement ceremony will be held on Sunday May 22 at 11:00am. This year’s Commencement speaker is Paul Farmer, MD, […]

Wednesday, April 20, 2011 at 6:30pm Wesleyan’s Usdan Campus Center Room 136 Wyllys Avenue, Middletown Connecticut Join us next Wednesday for a Graduate Liberal Studies open house.  The evening will include a special preview lecture by Professor of Government Giulio Gallarotti, who teaches with the program every year.  This event is open to the public, […]

Google Book Settlement

The College Art Association’s Committee on Intellectual Property has posted an article summarizing the recent ruling on the Google Book Settlement. The post includes a great list of links to articles and posts about this legal battle that may drastically affect copyright law. http://www.collegeart.org/news/2011/04/05/federal-judge-rejects-google-book-settlement/