Do you remember last year’s Fast-a-Thon? 1200 Wesleyan students, faculty, staff, and local residents participated to raise over $14,000 for the local food pantry. This is the one event on campus that is able to engage nearly half of the student body! This year’s Fast-a-thon will be even BETTER! If you’d like to help us with [...]
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First Generation College Student Coalition Open MeetingPlease come out to our open meeting on Saturday April 9th at 4pm in Usdan 110 to learn more about our group! Our mission is: To create a safe space and foster a community of support for first-generation college students of all backgrounds. This is an opportunity for any [...]
Dear Students, In order to promote informal faculty-student interaction outside the classroom, I am pleased to announce the Daniel Family Commons Free Lunch Program. We have provided each faculty member with vouchers that enable them to take small groups of students to lunch at the Daniel Family Commons in the Usdan Center. My office is [...]
“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]
How do students choose a major? Why do they choose one major over another? How, if at all, does your choice of major relate to your career direction after graduation? These questions will be addressed as Jim Kubat, sophomore class liaison, shares the career development point-of-view on the process of choosing an undergraduate college major at noon [...]
Wesleyan University’s Pakistani Students’ Association has launched the “Pakistan Flood Relief Initiative,” to form an action team which will coordinate a number of fund-raisers throughout the year to help the victims of the deadly floods that hit Pakistan recently. The Pakistan flood crisis began in late July when unusually heavy monsoon rains swept across the [...]