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Monthly Archive for November, 2011


The Office of Residential Life is currently accepting applications for a Community Advisor (CA) position for the upcoming spring 2012 semester.  Community Advisors are responsible for meeting the needs of their neighborhood residents in both woodframe houses and apartments and play an important role in establishing a community/environment conducive to maximizing academic, personal, and social […]

Samsara is Wesleyan’s South Asian Cultural Show! Over the years, we have collected all of Wesleyan’s biggest and most talented South Asian enthusiasts to put on exciting shows about all things South Asia. This year we’re thrilled to be hosting two dance teams, one from Brown University and one from Yale University, along with different […]

The Wesleyan American Medical Student Association is hosting a Bone Marrow Registry drive this Friday, December 2nd, at USDAN 110 from 1:30-5 to find a match for Louis, a 6-yr old who has been diagnosed with leukemia. Participating only takes a few minutes so please stop by to potentially save a life.

Expression is an integral part of behavioral health treatment. The doctors at Westchester Medical Center struggled to get the children there to express their ideas and feelings across; some were physically unable to do so, while others were unwilling. I worked in the Behavioral Health Center at this hospital, and after deliberating with my boss, […]

Projects for Peace  Wednesday November 30, Noon in Usdan 108 Tuesday December 6, Noon in Usdan 108 Come find out how to apply for this $10,000 grant to support projects promoting peace during the summer of 2012.  All Wesleyan undergraduates are eligible to apply and interested applicants are strongly encouraged to attend one of the […]

You’re cordially invited to Professor Rachel Rubinstein’s lecture this Wednesday evening in PAC 002 at 8pm.  As a part of the Jewish and Israel Studies Program lecture series this semester, Professor Rubinstein will speak about her recently published book, Members of the Tribe: Native America in the Jewish Imagination. Her lecture is entitled “Tribal Longings, […]

Please join us tomorrow in CAAS’s Vanguard Lounge for the final speaker in the First Book Series.  Anthropologist  Oneka LaBennet ’94 is Assistant Professor of African-American Studies and Women’s Studies at Fordham University. She received her Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from Harvard University in 2002. She will discuss her first book,  She’s Mad Real: Popular […]

You are cordially invited to a “Now That You’ve Declared” Dinner  for any junior interested in ECON-type subjects  with Professors Richie Adelstein and Damien Sheehan-Connor  and CRC Associate Director Persephone Hall Wednesday, November 30     6-7 p.m. Limited to 20 juniors  R.S.V.P. to Susan Kulesza at skulesza@wesleyan.edu by Tues., Nov. 29 Sponsored by the Office of Residential […]

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