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Basinger shows how “moviemakers create excitement and drama out of that most quotidian of institutions”

Prof. William Pinch describes the history and traditions of Sadhus, or Hindu holy men

Andrew Curran writes on the legacy of the Enlightenment polymath Diderot, 300 years after his birth

“Do it for Alex” became a rallying cry for Obama campaign workers remembering their friend Alex Okrent ’05.

Odede ’12 and Posner ’09 run a girls’ school, clinic, water and sanitation program in a Nairobi slum

Roth: Wesleyan is committed to meeting students’ full need, though its economic model must change

Anastas’ new memoir is as much about his own story as that of 21st Century America, Unferth writes

Wesleyan was prominently mentioned in national news stories on Coursera’s expansion

Prof. Rutland writes of two recent events that threaten to ignite hostilities between Armenia and Azerbaijan

President Roth says calls for narrowly focused education are not new – but they’re still wrong

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