Homecoming / Family Weekend starts today.
Check out the load of stuff happening and find something interesting to do over the next few days.
Highlights from this year’s weekend include:
20 WESeminars featuring alumni, parents, faculty, staff and students. Topics range from the 2008 presidential election to climate change, from writing thrillers to tackling the New York Times crossword puzzle. All WESeminars are free and open to everyone, and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Wesleyan Football, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, and Field Hockey vs. Amherst, plus Men’s and Women’s Rugby matches. The Eighth Annual Taste of Middlesex County Lunch where Andrus Field becomes a showcase of the delicious, diverse food in the Middletown area. Enjoy Indian, Jamaican, Thai and Italian cuisines, plus soups, sandwiches, homemade desserts and more. The 16th Annual Dwight L. Greene ‘70 Symposium: “Enough: The Future of Black America” featuring NPR senior correspondent Juan Williams. A benefit concert for the Green Street Arts Center featuring Wesleyan A Cappella groups.
Weather seems to be looking better than last years.