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Monthly Archive for November, 2009

This summer I was able to work on the set of the new hit TV show on CBS, “NCIS: Los Angeles,” which is the spin-off to the original NCIS. This new show is starring Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J. It was a great experience to hang out on the set and see all the behind-the-scenes work that […]

FOOD DRIVE FOR AMAZING GRACE FOOD PANTRY NOV. 16 THROUGH NOV. 19 12-2 p.m. & 5-7 p.m. USDAN CENTER   Bring your non-perishable items to your class station at the Usdan stairway. 1 ticket/item—enter your class lottery for a fun prize! Class that donates the most items gets a study break!

The SARN peer advisors will hold three workshops on Sunday, Nov. 15. Please attend!  No reservation required. Exam Taking:  Students in this workshop will improve their exam-taking skills by learning about and trying several techniques. This is open to all class years, so come learn how to tackle the exams that will be waiting when […]

Dr Henry Lee: On Forensics and Foreignness Asian/Asian American (AAA) House presents an evening with forensic expert Dr. Henry Lee, who has worked on numerous high-profile crime cases, including the JonBenet Ramsey murder, the O.J. Simpson case, and the reinvestigation of John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Dr. Lee was born in China and grew up in […]

The Government Majors Committee and the Government Department are sponsoring a series of lunch talks from noon to 1 p.m. beginning this Friday where professors will present their recent research.  Nov. 13 – Professor Sarah Wiliarty    Albritton Center, top fl. Cafe Twenty Years after the Wall: The German Elections of 2009 Nov. 20 – Professor […]

Calling all first year students!  Second Stage, Wesleyan’s student-run theater company presents Outreach Weekend           November 12-14 Featuring dance, comedy, new work from student playwrights, and more! Saturday, November 14 is Open House Day, from 1-5 p.m. – Come explore the Patricelli ’92 Theater, learn about Second Stage and Wesleyan student theater, and participate in workshops […]

MBB/Dance 108 Body Languages: Choreographing Biology  Spring 2010 Tuesday/Thursday 1:10-2:30 p.m. MB&B and Dance, 1 Credit, NSM Instructors: Manju Hingorani, Associate Professor, MB&B Katja Kolcio, Associate Professor, Dance The course will present an introduction to human biology from the cellular to organismal level.  This subject will be examined through scientific and choreographic perspectives.  Students will […]

Curious about when to use a semi-colon? Take action!    Come to the: Kinesthetic Grammar Workshop to learn how to improve your command over grammar using action figures, basketballs and paper airplanes. Thursday, November 12, 5 p.m.  Shapiro Creative Writing Center (3rd fl., Albritton Center) Sponsored by the Writing Workshop

Thursday, November 19 at 5 p.m. is the last day to withdraw from courses this semester.  Make sure you know how you are doing in each of your classes, what your credit situation is, and what is the appropriate course of action for you.  A “W,” which will be listed on your transcript, is a […]

Thinking about what courses to take in the spring  semester? Trying to figure out possible majors and gateways? Have questions about FYIs?  General Education? Essential Capabilities?   Exploring the curriculum?   Drop by Usdan 108 on November 11, 2009 6:15pm-7:15 p.m.  Get YOUR questions answered by Dean Brown, Registrar Anna van der Burg, and Peer […]

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