Message from Rabbi David Teva:
Dear Graduating Seniors,
Hope you are all having productive semesters.
Thanks so much for nominating your favorite professors to deliver the faculty address during graduation weekend.
Prof. Danielle Vogel (English) received the most votes and has graciously accepted to speak to the graduating class on Saturday, May 26 at 6 PM. Vogel will speak at a special celebration called Senior Voices/AKA the Baccalaureate. The celebration is organized by the Office of Religious and Spiritual life and will also feature music and 3-4 student reflections. If you’re interested in submitting a reflective essay, keep reading:
Senior Voices / AKA the Baccalaureate Ceremony
May 26th, 2018 6pm Memorial Chapel
Want to share your personal story before you leave Wesleyan?
How are you different from that awkward confused first year student that showed up here four years ago?
What moments and challenges have been especially important to you? Why?
What do you see yourself doing in the near future?
Do you remember “In the Company of Others” during your Orientation?
Well, Senior Voices aka Baccalaureate is the senior version of this kind of event. It is an opportunity for Seniors to share their experiences before ending their Wesleyan career and beginning a new chapter of their life. It is a time to reflect, share and recap some of their unique and transformative moments from their years at Wes.
We want to hear your story, so sign up!
A short 250-350 word personal reflection essay