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Speaker: Peter Blasser, MA Candidate in Music Title: Algorithms for Pipe Organ Peter Blasser will present the last two years worth of work in programming the Wesleyan pipe organ, using the computer music program Supercollider. He bases this work on prior experience in computer music, years of experience apprenticing to pipe organ builders, and his […]

Abstract: Joe Massino, boss of the Bonanno crime family in New York from 1991 until 2004, famously said, “there are three sides to every story–mine, yours and the truth.” We explore Big Joey’s sentiment by asking competing questions: What is the best way to organize a mafia so that you won’t be caught? What is […]

Please join us for the Celebration of Science Theses on Friday April 18th, 12:30 – 2:00 pm, in the Exley Science lobby. Honors and MA students from the NSM Division will present posters on their research to the Wesleyan Community.

There’s an exciting new possibility for Wesleyan students, undergrads and grads.  Huffington Post, one of the most significant news aggregators and blogs on the internet, has selected 10 universities and colleges (and Wesleyan is one) for a new publishing program for students.  As they put it to us: “Whether it be a thesis project on […]

Join us for the WESeminar: Celebrating Seniors: Research Excellence at Wesleyan and Abroad Friday, October 19 –  3:30 p.m., PAC004 Four members of the Class of 2013 share their spring and summer research that ranges from Martian meteorites to stem cells and from the streets of Buenos Aires and NYC to BMW factories in China. […]