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Monthly Archive for October, 2009

WesFiles Management System

WesFiles is a centralized, web-based, document storage system that enables users to have easy network access to all their documents from anywhere. WesFiles replaces the old system of different storage locations for different types of documents, often requiring different front end programs and different usernames and passwords to gain access to files stored on different […]

The Douglas Cannon

  One of the most enduring and celebrated sagas in Wesleyan’s history is the Douglas Cannon. In the late 1860s, a yearly contest, the “Cannon Scrap,” began between the freshmen, whose mission it was to fire the cannon on February 22, and the sophomores, who were charged with foiling the effort. Today, its empty gun […]


WESWARs’09 A campus-wide field day based on the “Cannon Scrap” and other inter-class competitions that used to take place back in the day. Come and let your inner-child have a day of FUN! There will be GAMES, Ice CREAM, MUSIC and a MOON BOUNCE! There also will be games, hosted by WSA groups, going on throughout […]

Volunteer as a PHA!

We welcome students with interests in all health topics who wish to have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of the Wesleyan student body to join WesWELL’s PHA program.  As a PHA member, you will help proactively address health issues on campus, learn about important health and wellness resources for your own education, […]

City of Middletown Flu Shot Clinic  In case you missed the Wesleyan flu shot clinics for faculty and staff, the City of Middletown is holding a first-come/first-serve flu clinic tomorrow (10/23) from 12-3 at St. Francis Community Center on Elm and Silver Streets.  If you have questions, please call 344-3474.

Happy Fall Break!

Have a fun and safe Fall Break!

Reforming the United Nations:  Mission Impossible? Thursday, October 22           7 p.m. Daniel Family Commons, Usdan Reception to follow   Professor Paul M. Kennedy, Dilworth Professor of History and Director of International Security Studies at Yale University, will speak on UN reform to mark Connecticut’s celebration of the 64th anniversary of the founding of the […]

Join Deans Whaley, Brown and Culliton for one of four dinners for first-years being hosted by Dean Whaley over the next two weeks.  These dinners are grouped by residential area and are first-come, first-served.  There are a few spaces still available at each one, so contact your Area Coordinator if you are interested and more details about […]

Please come to the steps of Olin Wednesday, October 21 at 7 p.m. for the annual Take Back the Night march, rescheduled from last week.   Show your support for survivors of sexual assault and abuse. Listen to their stories. Everyone’s presence is important. Take a stand and break the silence because everyone deserves to […]

Take Wes Home

Greetings from the Admission Office! As you prepare to travel home for Fall Break, I hope that you’ll consider taking information about Wesleyan back to the college advisor or guidance counselor at your alma mater. As an office, we encourage students to participate in this fall break activity to increase awareness about Wesleyan at high […]

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