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Roth on Wesleyan

Today, I read the powerful, devastating accounts of the awful experiences that several of alumnae members of the Wesleyan women’s cross-country team published in Wesleying. The Director of Athletics has asked for an investigation by the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and this will begin immediately. I apologize for the profoundly negative experiences that the women ...

Michael S. Roth '78

Wesleyan Magazine

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Wes in the News

  • Marketplace

    Erika Franklin Fowler, co-director of the Wesleyan Media Project, discusses the "vastly different" rules governing political advertising on streaming versus broadcast TV.
  • Australian Broadcasting Corporation

    Fred Cohan explains how viruses like the coronavirus, or COVID-19, adapt and spread from animals to humans, as well as how "all the demands we put on the environment [...] come back to bite us in the way of new infections." (Starts at 13 minutes).
  • NPR

    Washington Post reporter Hannah Dreier '09 is interviewed about her investigation, which found that therapists are sharing their notes on detained migrant children with immigration officials.

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