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In a new op-ed, Jennifer Tucker recalls several centuries of mankind’s favorite Martian imaginings

The piece extols the new option and says universities must seek out similar ways to become more productive

Wesleyan’s College of the Environment is cited as opening new avenues to graduates

Film Studies Chair reviews two new books on an actress, and inventor, who was ‘too beautiful to be taken seriously

Palmer’s year-long quest for a job put on hold for a graduate degree program.

Newly-graduated Kurose on going from being a senior to proving yourself all over again in the job market

Ismail says that, despite the school’s rough surroundings, ‘there was no excuse not to achieve”

The Wesleyan senior blogs about one of the realities of graduation: student loan repayment

In a piece profiling Ron Bloom ’77, one two Obama administration auto czars, The Wall Street Journal says that Bloom has the varied experience, and the savvy approach, that makes him the right man for a very daunting job.

Jonathan Cutler, associate professor of sociology and an expert on labor issues, discusses the increasingly strident measures being used by the Obama administration in the bailout of Chrysler.

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