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Monthly Archive for September, 2010


THE 2013 CLASS COUNCIL INVITES YOU TO FALLAPOLOOZA A Food and Music Festival   SAT., SEPT. 25, 5-8 PM, CFA Green Enjoy the beginning of fall and a special meal to the sounds of: Clover Street Band, Thelonius Funk, Linus, Bones Complex & The Japanese FREE 2013 t-shirts! Bring Your WesID! Rain/Cold Location: Beckham Hall, […]

This past summer, I didn’t work in an office or volunteer in a foreign country. I rolled out of bed in the morning, turned on my computer, and helped my dad through the early period of the new startup he helped found: Urbanbloke. Urbanbloke is a company that sells men’s luxury brands online at reduced […]

Major Tips #1

There are some sophomores who know exactly what they want to major in.  There are some sophomores who have narrowed it down to two or three disciplines or subjects.   And there are some sophomores who are still trying to figure out what they want to spend the next five semesters exploring in depth.  While second-semester […]

Annual Seasonal Flu Clinic for Students Seasonal influenza (“flu”) is a highly contagious viral illness marked by fever, muscle aches, cough, headache and fatigue. These symptoms often have a dramatically sudden onset and the illness usually lasts seven to ten days. Although influenza typically improves without complications, certain individuals, especially those with underlying medical problems […]

This summer I traveled to a popular destination for college students: Washington D.C.  I interned for Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro.  My responsibilities included answering phone calls, distributing newspapers, sorting mail and taking notes at various hearings for the staffers.  Although most of those tasks sound mundane, it was actually extremely eye opening for me.  By […]

This Sunday and Monday, take advantage of the following workshops to improve your academic skills, get the most out of your readings and classes, and perform to your highest ability! Note Taking:  How to take notes and use them effectively.  Sunday, September  19 – 7-8 p.m., Fauver Lounge Reading Retention:  Strategies for improving focus and […]

THE WRITING WORKSHOP:  Now Open for both Drop-in Hours and Appointments! You can meet with a tutor to discuss ideas for an upcoming assignment, edit a rough draft of an essay, or review a professor’s comment on completed work. MONDAY-THURSDAY: 1-4 PM @ Shapiro Writing Center (Room 306) SUNDAY-THURSDAY: 7-11 PM @ Shapiro Writing Center (Room […]

Vote for your WSA Reps–today!

Dear Students,  There are only 24 hours left in the Wesleyan Student Assembly Elections.  Vote Now: wsavoting.wesleyan.edu  Want to change the WSA? Influence the University’s financial aid, sustainability, alcohol, dining, and fire safety policies? Make sure that the Assembly reflects the views of students like you!  9 Frosh seats and 8 At-Large seats are up […]

Wesleyan University’s Pakistani Students’ Association has launched the “Pakistan Flood Relief Initiative,” to form an action team which will coordinate a number of fund-raisers throughout the year to help the victims of the deadly floods that hit Pakistan recently. The Pakistan flood crisis began in late July when unusually heavy monsoon rains swept across the […]

Drop/Add Deadline!

The drop/add period ends this Friday, September 17 at 11:59 p.m.   No grading mode changes (letter grade or CR/U) or course deletions after this time.  All dropped courses will be noted on the transcript with a “W” to indicate withdrawal from the course.

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