Hey 2013’ers, Glad you’re back! Whether you went home, to a friend’s or relative’s, or stayed on campus, I hope you had a great Thanksgiving break and are ready to dive into the last two weeks of classes. I know it’s hard to believe that fall semester courses will end on Friday, December 10. While [...]
Monthly Archive for November, 2010
This is a reminder for students who want to pull a student in or may need to stay on-campus for winter break. Completed pull-in forms must be submitted to the Office of Residential Life by Wednesday, December 1, 2010 by 4:30 p.m. The pull-in form is available on our website at: http://www.wesleyan.edu/reslife/ugrad_housing/pull-in_form_info.htt. If you are [...]
Usdan Common Connections on Tuesday, November 30 Lunchbox Serenata – Noon, Beckham Hall Tired of eating in the Usdan? Get your lunch to go and bring it to Beckham Hall for 45 minutes of great, classical music. Lunchbox Serenata is a new Student & Faculty Recital Series!
Wesleyan Asks What IF? aka how to push social justice and action to a new level we replaced religious intolerance with cooperation? What IF… we used our differences to work together? What IF… people of different faith traditions come together and change the world? Come learn about the “Better Together” Campaign, which empowers students to [...]
Bring Back a Book Drive: Thanksgiving Break Drop off an elementary level book after Thanksgiving Break!!! Help a student in need! Macdonough Elementary is located in Middletown’s North End. Seventy-six percent of Macdonough students are on the free/reduced lunch program. Remember these students over your Thanksgiving Break and donate a book. Book type ranges from a picture [...]
As you prepare for the Thanksgiving Holiday, remember to LOCK ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS whether you will be remaining on campus or leaving for the break! Also, please consider taking home your bikes and other belongings that you will not need through the winter. If you are staying on campus over the break period, remember to [...]
This talk is the last of three from the Native American Studies Lecture Series, and is sponsored by the Albritton Center for the Study of Public Life and the American Studies Program.
Please join the Dominican Student Association at a lecture from SEIU, a labor union, concerning the history of Latino involvement in the labor movement. This event will also promote opportunities for summer internships helping with labor union campaigns. SEIU Informational Wednesday November 17th 4:30pm Usdan 108 Any questions? Contact Odetty Tineo at email@example.com.