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Monthly Archive for October, 2010

The planning period for the Spring 2011 semester  runs from Tues., Nov. 2 through Tues., Nov. 16 at 5 p.m.   Because you will be declaring your major next semester, you want to think carefully about the courses you choose (and do not forget there is drop/add in case you change your mind by then!).  Talk […]

CAREERS for the COMMON GOOD Public Service Careers Week 2010 Monday, Nov. 1 – Friday, Nov. 5 The Careers for the Common Good (CCG) program presents Public Service Careers Week 2010.  The CCG informs, inspires, and supports Wesleyan students who desire to lead socially responsible lives and to pursue careers in public service-   Mon., […]

Connect with a Wes Alum over Winter Break! Great way to build a network – Great resume builder! See what alumni have signed-up to be shadowed (more added daily!): Google, Inc. :  University Programs Manager US District Court : US Magistrate Judge                   State of Connecticut Office of the Child Advocate : Child Advocate  […]

OMAR OFFENDUM CONCERT Wesleyan’s Pakistani Flood Relief Initiative is bringing back Omar Offendum, a Syrian-American MC/Producer, to debut his new album Syriana-americanA at Eclectic this Friday.  Bones Complex will start the show.   WHEN: 10.29.10     WHERE: Eclectic    TIME: 10:30 pm – 1:00 am TICKETS: $3 sold NOW in Usdan and $4 at the door Buy tickets […]

Don’t you wish that you could snack on some delicious cookies and at the same time, help the Pakistani Flood Relief Initiative? Well, this Wednesday, you can! TODAY from 7-8:30 p.m. on the first floor of Usdan, program houses and halls of Wesleyan will compete for cookie glory. Here’s how it works: you pay $2 […]

Flu Vaccine Still Available

Dear Students: If you missed one of the three campus-wide flu clinics and you are still interested in getting a flu shot (which includes H1N1), please contact the Health Center for an appointment at 860-685-2470.  We have a limited supply of vaccine still available.  Joyce Walter, Director of the Davison Health Center

“Why study the past?  Because it paves the way to your fabulous future!” Meet Katherine D’Ambrosio (’06) and Mike James (’07) and hear about what they’re up to now, and how the major in History helped them figure out who they want to be. Oct 27, Wednesday, 4:15 p.m. PAC 001 [Iguanas Ranas will be there too]

HAVE A GREAT HOMECOMING/FAMILY WEEKEND! Take advantage of all the offerings on campus this weekend—from Weseminars to athletic events, from lectures to music and dance to reunions.  Plan your time well so that you can pick and choose from all that’s happening on campus and still get your academic work done!    Check out the […]

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