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Are You the Next SART INTERN? Codified following student demand for an administrative response to sexual violence, the SART intern plays a multifunctional role in preventing, responding and educating the Wesleyan community about sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking. The SART intern provides trained peer support to help students navigate on- and off-campus resources and […]

Wesleyan community members,  High-risk drinking is a complicated issue that the University is committed to addressing.  Part of this commitment is our ongoing involvement in the National College Health Improvement Project (NCHIP) on high-risk drinking.  Using proven, evidence-based practices, the objective of the collaborative is to work together to reduce high-risk drinking at participant institutions […]

YOU are invited to an open forum and community meeting regarding the state of sexual violence prevention and response at Wesleyan hosted by Alysha B. Warren, LPC, Therapist/Sexual Assault Resource Coordinator and Maggie Cohen, SART Intern. This meeting is an opportunity to reflect on existing activism, and to offer insights about how to address sexual […]

Dear Students,  Registration for the WE Speak, We Stand, Community of Care bystander intervention program is now open!  Please forward the information below to students in your networks. Thanks for your support. WE Speak, WE Stand, Wesleyan’s Community of Care program, aims to create a campus that is actively engaged in the prevention of sexual […]

Dear Students, This is a reminder that University residences will close at 12 p.m. (noon) on Sunday, December 18, 2011. The staff will start first rounds at 9 a.m. to make sure the students who are still on campus are preparing for their departure.  All students, unless given special permission to stay should be out […]

Hi everyone,  If you’re leaving campus for Thanksgiving Break, take a few minutes to reduce energy consumption and save the school some money. Here are some suggestions:  Unplug electronics and appliances (TVs, computers, chargers, microwaves, etc.). Turn off your lights and alarm clocks before you leave. Close your windows. Turn down your thermostats, if you […]

Hi all! Just a reminder, fire safety inspections are happening this month. Please remove any of the following prohibited items listed here: http://www.wesleyan.edu/firesafety/reslife.html The Fire Safety and Facilities Appeals Board has been receiving appeals from students about having candles in their rooms that were purchased due to the recent power outage.  Please get rid of […]

Hi all!  Fire safety inspections will be happening within the next month. Please remove any of the following prohibited items listed here: http://www.wesleyan.edu/firesafety/reslife.html  If you are under 21 years of age, please make sure you are complying with the Code of Non-Academic Conduct (http://www.wesleyan.edu/studentaffairs/studenthandbook/standardsregulations/code-of-non-academic.html). If you are found to have any prohibited items, they will […]

Please join us on Friday, October 7, 2 pm – 5pm for the FGSS 2011 Annual Symposium “Confronting Gender Violence: The Personal and the Political,” to be held in Usdan 108. Panelists will include: Professor Cynthia Enloe “Wartime Violence Against Women: What Do Soldiers’ Rapes of Women ‘Over There’ Tell Us About Rape Here at […]

Dear Students, We are receiving a lot of questions about cable, lockouts, parking, and room condition reports. Please see below for more information and important links to assist you with each:http://www.wesleyan.edu/its/resnet/cabletv.html Cable Students who are looking for contact information for cable installation, the contact information can be found here: Lockouts Public Safety and Residential Life are […]

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