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Monthly Archive for September, 2011

EXAM PREPARATION Hey, it’s never too late to learn about how to better organize, study and practice for exams Monday, October 3 — 9:30-10:30 p.m Allbritton 004

New Gaming and TV Lounge at Usdan

Some of you may have already noticed the two new flat-screen TV’s located on the 1st floor behind the main stairwell.  Anytime after 5 p.m. you are welcome to play video games in Usdan–xbox  (with Kinect), Wii or Playstation 3.  All you need is your Wes ID!  Everything is FREE!!  Just ask at the Information […]

What: Rage, Resistance and Reclaimation: a conversation with Dr. Rennie Harris Facilitated by Nicole Stanton, Associate Professor of Dance Lecture is followed by a reception When: Thursday Sept 29, 7:00p.m. Where: the Russell House.   In addition, the Department of Dance and the Center for the Arts are sponsoring the following events: Rennie Harris Puremovement   “Philadelphia’s greatest cultural […]

I spent my summer interning at the New York University Infant Cognition and Communication Laboratory (NICCL).  The first two weeks I was terrified of making a single typing error as I was warned any incorrect data would completely ruin any scientific findings and all the work the lab had done so far.  As the weeks […]

This week’s “In Theory” lecture will feature Professor Joe Rouse who will provide an introduction to the thought of G. W. F. Hegel.   Wednesday, September 28  —  4:15 p.m. Downey House 113

APPLICATIONS FOR WESLEYAN’S PROGRAMS IN PARIS, MADRID, AND BOLOGNA This is a reminder that applications for SPRING 2012 for the Wesleyan-administered programs in Paris, Madrid, and Bologna are usually due on OCTOBER 1. That date falls on a weekend this year so the deadline has been moved to MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 BY 5:00 P.M. This […]

JIM SHEPARD September 28 — 8 p.m. — Russell House Jim Shepard is the author of six novels and four collections of short stories.  His novel, Project X, won the 2005 Libary of Congress/Massachusetts Book Award, and his 2010 collection, Like You’d Understand, Anyway, was a finalist for the National Book Award.  He has been […]

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