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Monthly Archive for November, 2009

I hope you had a good break and are ready to undertake the last two weeks of classes, which end on Monday, December 14.  The Final Exam Period begins the next day with two reading days, followed by two exam days on December 17 and 18, with two more reading days followed by the last […]

Thanksgiving Break

    HAVE A GREAT BREAK!

The AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps is not what the website says it is. It’s not what alumni say it is. It’s not even what they tell you it is in member orientation. This government-run community service program is so widespread and so diverse that no two teams in the program will ever have the same […]

Blogability Workshop

Monday, November 23, 8 p.m., Shapiro Center Lounge You don’t have to be a “writer” to be a blogger. Join Katherine Bascom ’10 and Lily Mandlin ’10 for a workshop that will focus on how to be successful on-line contributors or blog-entrepreneurs.  Blogging is becoming an integral part of how we communicate.  The informal setting […]

The SARN peer advisors will hold three workshops on Sunday, Nov. 22. Check them out!  No reservation required. Exam Prep:   7 p.m., Exley Science Center 121 Time Management:   7 p.m., Exley Science Center 139 Public Speaking:  7 p.m., Woodhead Lounge, Exley Science Center    

Now is the time during pre-registration to submit your ranked enrollment requests for courses that you would still like to add for the spring semester.  A ranked request lets the instructor know how you prioritize his or her course relative to others, and will often make decisions based on it, if space in the course […]

Some people say that family does not always have to be blood-related. I found this out this summer when I visited my family in El Salvador. I hadn’t visited my family there for more than nine years, so it basically felt like I was meeting them for the first time. Everybody was really nice and […]

Today, Thursday, November 19, is the last day to withdraw from Fall semester courses.  You must submit your withdrawal form to the Registrar’s Office by 5 p.m.  The form needs to be signed by your instructor, your faculty advisor and last, by the class dean.

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It is important that you are familiar with Wesleyan’s academic regulations.  Among the many things that these regulations address is that of academic standing.  They tell you what level of academic probation a student will be on if an unsatisfactory grade is earned or if not enough credit is earned per semester or cumulatively.  To […]

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