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The Psychology Department is adding a second section of the introductory psychology course, Psyc 105 Foundations of Contemporary Psychology. It will be held on MW 11:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m., and will be taught by Visiting Prof. Stacy Fambro, who taught this course last year. You can enroll in this course during the Drop/Add period. Please attend the […]

Friday, October 15 is the last day to withdraw from first quarter classes (not first semester classes).  A student wishing to withdraw from such a course needs the signature of his or her instructor, faculty advisor, and class dean.

Dear Student, Broad Street Books will be returning overstock textbooks to the distributors during the next two weeks. Please purchase all of the titles you will need for the rest of the semester at your earliest convenience. Half-semester and trimester course materials will be kept longer.   We will be happy to reorder any title for you at […]

HIST210: American Jewish History

History 210:  American Jewish History, 1492-2001    Prof. Ron Schatz,  Mon. & Wed. 2:40-4 p.m. This course considers the successive waves of Jewish immigrants who have come to colonies in North America and the United States, how they and their descendants have fared, and their role in the larger society.  Among the issues we’ll look at […]

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ENGL241 is designed especially for frosh and sophs, but is listed incorrectly on WesMaps as only an FYI.  This course is not only designed for rising sophomores, but also will count toward the Creative Writing Concentration. ENGL 241: SPECIAL TOPICS: MERGING FORMS — PROF. CLIFFORD CHASE Students will explore, both in the readings and their […]

How many classes have changed your life?  How many classes have let you change someone else’s? “The class demonstrated the power and life of theater. Through visits to different community centers I witnessed the way in which theater goes from text to touching the lives of people- from the old to the young”  – Joelle […]

Documentary Advocacy (FILM 150) This is a film production course aimed at serving non-majors who wish to make a documentary in support of a cause or an organization.  Students will learn the fundamentals of documentary film production while studying examples in which documentary films have been used to advocate on behalf of groups and individuals […]

Offered by the distinguished journalist Jane Eisner, Wesleyan’s first Koeppel Fellow in Journalism  Class Meets Thursdays 7:00-9:50 in PAC 421 Students may register online, the course is open to students from all four class years.   Course Description: In this weekly writing seminar, we will explore how journalists exercisetheir roles as citizens, and, in turn, […]

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