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Monthly Archive for February, 2010

WesCribs: Room Competition

Wesleyan University’s Office of Residential Life presents… WesCribs S T U D E N T     C O M P E T I T I O N  Deadline: March 5, 2010 Think you’ve got one of the hottest rooms on campus?  Send us some pictures and give us a tour! ResLife wants to know who has […]

TO:    Members of the Class of 2013 The College of Letters cordially invites you to attend one of our Open House receptions, which will be held this year on Monday, March 1 and Wednesday, March 3.  Both gatherings will start at 4:15 p.m. in the College of Letters Library (Butterfield C-413.)  I will speak briefly about […]

ASHA (AIDS and Sexual Health Awareness) student group is organizing a Wesleyan team for AIDS Walk-New Haven. The walk will take place on April 11 at 1 p.m. and we will be running buses from campus to New Haven. We wanted to include the entire Wesleyan community.  Anyone who is interested should e-mail their name, […]

Reading Retention Workshop Friday, February 26 – 12:10 to 1:00 Usdan B25 (Multipurpose Room in the basement)   Do you forget information after reading it? Do you find yourself looking at a page with no idea of what you’ve just read? Do you become disinterested with reading the further into the material you get? Come […]

Musical Madness Results!

With sixteen entries from across the classes, there was stiff competition in the Second Annual Musical Madness at Crowell Concert Hall on Thursday, February 18.  It was an amazing evening and showcased the awesome musical talent of Wesleyan students.  Everyone was well-received to much applause and lots of woo-woos.  Many thanks to all who performed, […]

Exam Taking Workshop Wednesday, Feb. 24, 12:10 – 12:55 pm, Usdan 108          Do you lose focus during tests? Have you found yourself forgetting things you know in the middle of a test? The skills and techniques covered in this workshop will help you succeed in the examination environment.

Thursday, February 25, 2010, 5:15 p.m.    Usdan 108   Stem Cells on the Brain: from Politics to Therapies A Lecture by Laura Grabel, Lauren Dachs Professor of Science in Society, Department of Biology Stem cell research continues to be controversial and influenced by political constraints. Professor Grabel will consider its promise as well as recent scientific and […]

URBAN EDUCATION SEMESTER (UES) combines supervised teaching in  NYC progressive public schools with coursework at the Bank Street College of Education.  You will receive WES CREDIT for this program through the Office of International Studies.  This is a terrific program about urban issues and policy. INFO SESSION: Thursday, Feb. 25, 6 – 7 p.m., Allbritton […]

Hello, Broad Street Books is currently returning overstock textbooks to the distributors. Please purchase all of the titles you will need for the rest of the semester at your earliest convenience. Half-semester and trimester course materials will be kept longer.   We will be happy to reorder any title for you at any time.  Have a […]

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