More than 30,000 Wesleyan alumni live throughout the United States and across the world.  And they are all Cardinals for life.  The Wesleyan Alumni Network is a vibrant community offering lifelong opportunities for alumni to stay connected with each other and the University.  You are invited to explore them all and discover which work best for you!



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Jan 17

Wesleyan AOC Annual: APAAC Lunar New Year Celebration

Come network with fellow peers as we celebrate the​ Year of the Boar! 

New York, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Feb 7

Wesleyan AOC Annual Celebration

Come network with fellow peers as we celebrate the​ Lunar New Year and Black History Month!  

Washington, DC, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Feb 21

NESCAC NYC Young Alumni Happy Hour 2019

Enjoy special drink prices at this casual social gathering.

New York , 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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Southwest Airlines Founder Kelleher ’53, Hon. ’90, Remembered for Reshaping Industry

“Herb Kelleher, who turned conventional airline industry wisdom on its head by combining low fares with high standards of customer service to build Southwest Airlines into one of the nation’s most successful and admired companies, died on Thursday. He was 87,” wrote Glenn Rifkin in The New York Times.

Alumni, Family Members Gather for Hamilton Performance in Hartford

On Dec. 18, approximately 100 Wesleyan alumni and family members as well as staff gathered at The Bushnell in Hartford to celebrate the Connecticut debut of Hamilton: An American Musical, the Tony Award-winning musical created by Lin-Manuel Miranda ’02 and directed by Thomas Kail ’99.

New Book by Film Historian Arnold ’91: Christmas in the Movies

Jeremy Arnold ’91, a film historian, commentator, and author, points out that “new big-screen films are not only competing with Hallmark and Lifetime but all the previous feature films that are available on home video” in his newest book, Christmas in the Movies (Turner Classic Movies and Running Press, 2018).
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