Welcome. Those of you who have logged on
out of curiosity, here is where you can find out about a fraternity
which no longer exists on campus, but which lives on in its members,
about a fraternity which was well ahead of its time in beliefs.
Those of you who have logged on because
you are a member (yes, the "are" is intended), here you can find photos,
documents, and news about what we are doing as a group and as
The content of the
site will be updated as needed, and the amount of news here will largely
depend on what you contribute - musings, memories, newspaper clips, book
reviews, anything. Please send stuff to Jan Van Meter at
This site has been made possible by the
generous cooperation of Andy Tanaka of the Development Office, Dave
Carlsson of the Wesleyan Technology staff, and Wesleyan as a whole.
But, without the technological skills and design abilities of Burr
Taylor ('61), it would not have happened at all. Burr has also
volunteered to be our web skipper.
As a group, we will in our traditionally
informal way, attempt to keep alive what we are and what EQV meant.
Certainly the success of last year's reunion indicates that EQV does
continue to live in you, in the way you are living your lives, and in
the nascent EQV Fellows program (but more on that elsewhere). The fact
that 68 out of a possible 211 committed to attend our reunion (many more
sent their regrets since they were otherwise committed and/or out of the
country) and found there enormous fellowship means, to me, that keeping
what we were and are alive is important, at least to us.
All comments are welcome, so feel free.
We know you will.
'06, '07, '08, '09, '10, '11, '12, '13, 14,
Find information about the Internship program: biographies of Interns,
descriptions of intern's experiences, some follow-up interviews and
lists of donors (updated 10/15/2015)