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Monthly Archive for October, 2010

HC/FW Koeppel Panel: William Finnegan and Jane Eisner ’77 on Journalism and Social Change William Finnegan of The New Yorker, and Jane Eisner, editor of the Forward, will discuss journalism and social change on Saturday October 23rd, 2010 at 1:30 pm in the Memorial Chapel. William Finnegan, staff writer for The New Yorker, is the author of award-winning […]

The start of summer of 2010 was spent working 9-to-5 shifts for two film internships in Los Angeles. I helped organize several premieres for movies such as Twilight: Eclipse and Despicable Me (where I met the love of my life, funnyman Steve Carell), and worked on the finishing touches of a documentary on Marvel Comics […]

  Do you (or your friends) have any stories you want to tell about your experience with financial aid at Wesleyan? Would you like to help improve the financial aid process in any way? GIVE US YOUR IDEAS! MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD! The Wesleyan Student Assembly is hosting this year’s Financial Aid Forum where we […]

A panel on working with students with disabilities. Wednesday, October 20 at 4:15 p.m. in Usdan 108.                                                       You will have the chance to hear from undergraduate students from Wesleyan and recent graduates and world-class Paralympians from other institutions discuss their experience working with faculty.  All are welcome. This event is sponsored by The Hartford […]

Usdan Common Connections, in connection with the Deans’ Office, will present “Celebrating Seniors – From Study Abroad to Thesis” this evening at 7:00 p.m. in Daniel Family Commons. The following panel will present on their experiences abroad, and how this shaped their senior research: Margot Boyer-Dry (Morocco) Max Perel-Slater (Tanzania) Yannick LeJacq (Jordan) Faculty members […]

This Thursday–October 21–at 4:15 in DOWNEY 113, we will have our first English Panel, sponsored by the English Majors Committee: LESSONS AMERICAN LITERATURE TEACHES ABOUT HISTORY AND SOCIAL CHANGE.  It features Professor Sally Bachner, Professor Matthew Garrett, and Professor Amy Tang.  Professor Joel Pfister will introduce and moderate the panel, facilitate discussion with panelists and representatives […]

Dear Student, The LAST  of three flu clinics is scheduled for Thursday, October 21 from 4-7 p.m. in 108 Usdan.  It’s $37–cash, check or student accounts.  This seasonal flu shot includes protection against H1N1.  You should consider this vaccine for continued protection, even if you had an H1N1 shot last year.  YOU DO NOT WANT TO […]

Musical Madness: February 2011

Hey 2013’er’s, Whether you’re solo or ensemble, acoustic or a capella, whether you do rock, gospel, jazz, opera, classical, reggae or vocals, it’s not too early to being thinking about Musical Madness in February 2011.  If ensemble, all members must be in the sophomore class.  Talent abounds in the Class of 2013, so let’s hear it!  […]

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