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Monthly Archive for September, 2011

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Decadent Desserts, Student Event

Student event organized by the Friends of the Davison Art  Center Thursday, Sept. 22, 5:00-7:00 pm Desserts by Fusion Bakery, jazz by student musicians in the Davison Art Center courtyard, and the opportunity to view the exhibition, Excavations: The Prints of Julie Mehretu.

COLLEGE OF THE ENVIRONMENT STUDENT OPEN HOUSE Wednesday, September 21 – USDAN 108 – NOON Join Barry Chernoff, Director of the College of the Environment, as he discusses the Environmental Studies Program, encompassing the linked major, think tank and the certificate program. A pizza lunch will be served but we highly recommend that you RSVP […]

Rowan Converse spent the summer working as a volunteer and then as an intern for the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP) in her hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The program is an educational outreach and research cooperative between her high school and the University of New Mexico dedicated to tracking the health of the Rio […]

LET’S MAKE WES ACTIVISM EVEN BETTER!!!! WEUOC Coordinating Committee Application Fall Semester, 2011 Located in 190 High Street, the University Organizing Center (UOC) is the only space on campus explicitly dedicated to activism and organizing. To promote student activism, to strengthen and initiate collaboration between groups, and to make 190 High a relevant space for […]

New Offerings in Usdan!

Some of you may have already noticed the two new flat-screen TV’s located on the 1st floor behind the main stairwell.  Help us kick off this new “Gaming and TV Lounge” on Saturday night at 9pm.  UCAB (Usdan Center Activities Board) is sponsoring a game night where you can play xbox, (with Kinect), Wii or […]

This summer Shira Engel participated in teacher training because she has been practicing yoga for a few years.  She feels like it is a huge gift, and more specifically, a gift she wants to give to others in order to strengthen a valuable practice. The training was phenomenal. She expected to love it because she […]

The Deans’ Office Peer Tutoring Program is available to any student experiencing difficulty with content and material in his/her course(s).  This program is not a substitute for TA sessions, Math Workshop, Writing Workshop, or visiting your professors’ office hours.  Nor is it a source of language/conversation partnership.  If you are having difficulty understanding course content […]

Come out and mingle with other Wesleyan Students and Middletown vendors at the WSA’s 20th Annual Student Groups Fair!  This annual event celebrates our student body’s extracurricular initiatives and highlights the campus’ creativity and passion for different causes. The event will take place on Friday, September 16, 2011 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm on the Huss […]

This summer, Amanda interned at a non-for-profit theatre called Abingdon Theatre Company (www.abingdontheatre.org) as a literary associate. She read scripts that were submitted for the upcoming season and evaluated whether they should move on or not.  She also assisted with their special events including their annual ABIE Awards and the annual Playwright’s Retreat.  She learned […]

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