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Day in the Life of Adetayo Olatinwo '21
Day in the Life of Adetayo Olatinwo Class of 2021 Major: Psychology Minor: Communication Hometown: Monroe, CT

President Robert E. Johnson: Welcome Back Golden Bears!
President Robert E. Johnson welcomes back the University community for the spring semester.

Social Justice Lawyering Webinar
Ariel Clemmer, Director of the School of Law’s Center for Social Justice, interviews faculty members Jennifer Levi, Harris Freeman, and Jennifer Taub, along with third-year law student Harvey Pullen, about various social justice initiatives offered...

Dr. Robert E. Johnson: Black Lives Matter Rally Speech
Dr. Robert E. Johnson, President of Western New England University, delivers a speech at the University's Black Lives Matter rally on September 17, 2020.

Dr. Robert E. Johnson
On August 15, 2020, Western New England University will welcome Dr. Robert E. Johnson as our 6th President!

President Anthony S. Caprio Tribute
A Community Says Thank You to Anthony S. Caprio, Longest-serving President of Western New England University.

Social Work Student Mary O'Reilly '21
Mary O’Reilly ’21 shares her experience as a student in the Social Work program at Western New England University.

Math Professor Tom Hull & Teaching Online
Associate Professor of Mathematics Tom Hull jumped right into online learning this March, and he shares his experience of the transition for himself and his students.

WNE at Home w/Shaun!
Faculty and staff members are away from campus too. Shaun checks in from home to let us know what's going on with work, teaching, and how he's keeping busy!

WNE at Home w/Jen!
The spring season may have come to an abrupt end for our athletes, but Jen is keeping busy at home!

WNE at Home w/Micayla!
The WNE at Home series continues with Micayla, who has an awesome collection of photos, an update from home, and some thoughts about the end of her senior year.

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