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Wesleyan students celebrated the end of this academic year during Spring Fling on May 9.

Musical talent included New York-based rapper Jay Critch; hip-hop, punk rapper Rico Nasty; and soloist Japanese Breakfast. Students were treated to free kettle corn and Italian ice.

Photos of this event are below: (Photos by Olivia Drake)

Wesleyan students celebrated the end of this 2017–18 academic year during the annual Spring Fling, held May 10 on Foss Hill. Music acts included Girltype Behaviors, Gus Dapperton, Injury Reserve, and Kamaiyah. Italian ice and caramel corn vendors provided snacks throughout the event.

The event is coordinated by Wesleyan’s Spring Fling Committee and the Office of Student Activities. (Photos by Olivia Drake)

Wesleyan students celebrated the end of this 2016-17 academic year during the annual Spring Fling, held May 11 on Foss Hill. Music acts included student band Chef, Sonny Digital, hip-hop artists Rapsody, garage rock band The Orwells, and headliner rapper Vic Mensa. Categories ended May 10.

The event is coordinated by Wesleyan’s Spring Fling Committee and the Office of Student Activities. (Photos by Olivia Drake)

Wesleyan students celebrated the end of the 2013-14 academic year during the annual Spring Fling, held May 8 on Foss Hill. Read more about the rings in this Wesleyan Argus article.

Photos of Spring Fling are below: (Photos by Olivia Drake)

American indie rock band The Walkmen performed during Spring Fling on May 5. Spring Fling is an annual celebration held after the end of regular courses on Foss Hill.

The Wesleyan community gathered out Memorial Chapel for a moment of reflection and silence May 6 to indicate the one-year anniversary of the death of Johanna Justin-Jinich ’10.

Exciting news! He’ll begin his new role next month: fal.cn/336sB.

I had a lot of fun reviewing these beautiful, smart & funny comix twitter.com/tabletmag/stat Retweeted from Wesleyan University.

This opinion bit, co by Professor Gary Yohe for @thehill, offers up some advice for 2020 presidential candidates in regards to xmeets #climatechange policy: fal.cn/334w8.

Ingrid Eck ’19, sustainability coordinator for the city of Middletown, has her eyes set on silver. As in, silver-level certificate from @SustainableCT for the city’s attempts toward #sustainability and #resiliency. Read more in the @Middletownpress: fal.cn/333sg.

.@aintbadmagazine’s Issue No. 14 features the work of Isabella Convertino ’20, also states that her pictures "talk into the complications of adolescence, compounding memory and injury as points of departure.

Writing for @nytopinion, @caroline_catlin ’15 shares that in documenting the last minutes between critically ill children and their families and in confronting the reality of shortened lives, she’s advised that "despair is based not in pain but also in love.

LISTEN: Assoc. Prof. @anthonyrhatch combined the @NewBooksNetwork #podcast to explore his new book, "Silent Cells: The Secret Drugging of Captive America. " Listen as he details the function of pharmacies and drug experiments within U.S. prisons and jails: fal.cn/3334y.

Congrats to Hillary Barth and Andrea Patalano, professors of psychology, in their three-year $1,091,303 grant from @NSF! The grant will help support their research on numerical cognition, and the Wesleyan students who will help with the proposed project: fal.cn/32ZFr.

Jack’s travel community attempts to"connect youthful travelers with local people and civilization to possess authentic yet socially-conscious traveling adventures.

Donglai Yang ’21 was one of 10 students picked from around the planet for the @NSF–sponsored #Antarctichron #Chronothon, where students conduct research to ascertain the approximate age of a part of Earth’s southernmost continent: fal.cn/32ZB6.

In now ‘s dilemma of @washingtonpost, here’s just how @breakfastclubam (co-hosted from @angelayee ’97), home of hip hop, pop culture and viral gold, has come to be a one-of-a-kind, must-visit on the campaign trail: washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/styl

In honor of #WorldEmojiDay, attempt to sum up your Wesleyan experience in six emojis or not. We’ll go .

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