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Monthly Archive for March, 2013

Michigan-based folk musicians and environmental activists Samuel Seth Bernard and May Erlewine will participate in a performance and conversation over a vegan dinner for Wesleyan students, faculty and staff. This free event is entitled “Music & Conversation with Seth and May” and is being hosted by Rani Arbo on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from 4:30pm […]

Second-semester juniors are advised that “The Khachig Tölölyan Fund for the Study of Diasporas and Transnationalism” funds summer research for B.A. theses that deal with issues of diasporas and transnationalism. Students have been funded in recent years to travel to research sites in order to interview informants, to work in archives pertinent to the thesis topic, […]

For Students of Color Studying Literature DEADLINE for submission of applications: 5 p.m., April 8 (Monday) The Shu Tokita Prize, established by friends and relatives of Shu Tokita, ’84, will be awarded to one or two students of color majoring in literature, in area studies or a language major with a focus on literature, who demonstrate […]

This is an event in which local communities run alongside Wesleyan students to raise awareness and help out a fantastic cause – improving health conditions in the slums of Bangladesh. Participants can take the race at the most comfortable pace; the important thing is getting out there and supporting the cause! Registration is $10 per […]

All students living in wood frame houses are expected to abide by the Community Standards which were developed by students, faculty, staff, and Middletown neighbors in order to help students and neighbors live amongst each other peacefully.  At least one member of each group interested in selecting a wood frame house must attend one of the […]

Notes from Dean Melendez Dear Members of the Class of 2014: Welcome back to Wesleyan! I hope your spring break was productive and restful.  As you may have read one of your classmates has tragically passed away.  For those of you who knew Noah Langholz ’14, I want to extend my deepest sympathy.  He will […]

4th quarter courses begin March 25. Add/drop forms may be found in registrar’s office or deans’ office.   Fourth E&ES195.01 Sophomore Field Seminar Gilmore,Martha S. …..F. 12:00PM-04:00PM, Loc:SCIE405 Fourth PHED101.01 Tennis, Beginning Fried,Michael A .M.W.F. 10:00AM-10:50AM, Loc:QUARTER4 Fourth PHED101.02 Tennis, Beginning Fried,Michael A ..T.R.. 10:30AM-11:50AM, Loc:QUARTER4 Fourth PHED102.01 Tennis, Intermediate Alrutz,Kenneth .M.W.F. 11:00AM-11:50AM, Loc:QUARTER4 Fourth […]

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) welcomes and encourages students to take advantage of the following services offered: The Grief Support Group:  a student-led group open to any Wesleyan student who is coping with the death of a friend or relative Meets on Wednesdays at 8:30pm in the Solarium (Room 201) in the Davidson Health Center […]

Be a PEER ADVISOR!

Apply to work for the full academic year or only during New Student Orientation Help new students plan their academic schedules and work with their advisors during Orientation week Act as a resource during course registration Participate in First Year Matters programming Direct students to Wesleyan’s full range of academic resources   Application deadline is […]