Pie Pops with Candace Nelson '96
Have a sweet tooth or like to bake? Spend an hour with accomplished pastry chef and co-founder of Sprinkles, Candace Nelson '96 learning how to make Pie Pops! Introduction by Jennifer Low '06, “Sugar Rush” winner and owner of the Frosted Fox. Essentials: Plastic Wrap Rolling Pin Food Processor Pastry brush 6 inch lollipop or treat sticks biscuit cutters or 3 inch cookie cutters in circle or heart shape Optional: Small fondant plunger/cutters (about 1- 2 cm) cellophane and ribbon for packaging Ingredients: 2 1/2 cups all purpose flour 1 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 16 TBSP unsalted butter, sliced, very cold Approximately 1/2 cup ice water Your favorite preserve or Nutella (for the filling)
Play video Hidden Treasures WESeminar
Hidden Treasures WESeminar
Distinguished historians Joe Siry, professor of art history; Larry Silver P’08, James & Nan Wagner Farquhar professor emeritus of history of art at UPENN; and Miya Tokumitsu, curator of the Davison Art Center, discuss special objects in the DAC.
Play video Social Media and Social Divisiveness
Social Media and Social Divisiveness
How has the evolution of social media platforms affected societal polarization? The 50th Reunion Class of 1972 sponsors an inter-generational panel of alums to share views on these questions.
Play video The Wesleyan Documentary Project WESeminar
The Wesleyan Documentary Project WESeminar
A virtual WESeminar with Associate Professor Tracy Heather Strain, the Corwin-Fuller Professor of Film Studies, along with a panel of students and a recent alumna, discussing the impact of the Wesleyan Documentary Project.
Play video 50th Reunion Weekend: Reflections on Race
50th Reunion Weekend: Reflections on Race
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, students of color were recruited and admitted to Wesleyan in an effort to address inequities prevalent in American Society. Today, Wesleyan continues to seek students of color for many of the same reasons.
Play video 50th Reunion Weekend: Coeducation The Second Wave
50th Reunion Weekend: Coeducation The Second Wave
Hear from some of the first women on campus as well as a current student on Wesleyan's 2nd wave of coeducation. What has changed? What hasn't?
Play video Virtual: Music at Wesleyan – 1968 to 1973
Virtual: Music at Wesleyan – 1968 to 1973
In the late 1960s and early 1970s Wesleyan was host to a remarkably diverse collection of star-studded musical performances. The performances were memorable and often times the staging of these events was complex and challenging.