Living a Good Life minicourse, Lecture 2
Have you ever asked yourself: “What is the good life?”; “What should I value?”; and “What should I believe?” Start the New Year by exploring these questions and more in a three-part event series aimed at providing alumni, parents, and friends the opportunity to take a minicourse based on the Living a Good Life class, piloted Fall semester 2020. Professor Stephen Angle, Professor of Philosophy and Mansfield Freeman Professor of East Asian Studies, discussed Daoism in lecture two of this series. This event was recorded on: 1/21/2021.
In Campus Life
Play video WESEMINAR Wesleyan University Campus and Middletown Through the Years Tour
WESEMINAR Wesleyan University Campus and Middletown Through the Years Tour
Wesleyan students put together a virtual tour describing changes to the Wesleyan campus and Middletown community to accompany the WESEMINAR: A View of Campus and Middletown Through the Years.
Play video Collecting the Constitution
Collecting the Constitution
Join H. Richard Dietrich III ’92, a Director of the Dietrich American Foundation, and Suzy Taraba ’77 MALS ’10, Wesleyan’s Director of Special Collections & Archives, for a virtual viewing of several editions of the Constitution & other early texts.
Play video Living A Good Life Minicourse, Lecture 3
Living A Good Life Minicourse, Lecture 3
Lecture three in the virtual three-part Window Into Wesleyan minicourse series, Living a Good Life.
Play video Climate Mitigation: Three Perspectives
Climate Mitigation: Three Perspectives
Three Wesleyan alumni: Alyson Myers ’81, Tracey Osborne ’91, and Chris Wilmers '95 discuss climate mitigation from various perspectives within the field of Environmental research.
Play video History Of Rock And R&B Lecture 2
History Of Rock And R&B Lecture 2
Lecture 2 of the 2-part Window Into Wesleyan History of Rock and R&B mini course.
Play video The 35th Annual John W. Baird '38 Lecture
The 35th Annual John W. Baird '38 Lecture
Leadership and Looking Forward: a conversation with college presidents to explore leadership on campuses across the country during times of challenge, crisis, and opportunity.