Senior Reception for H&A Majors with the Roadside Girls — Tues., April 30
Senior Majors, Faculty, and Staff in
ARHA, ARST, CCIV, CLAS, COL, DANC, EAST, ENGL,
FILM, GERM, MDST, MUSC, RL&L, RUSS & THEA
are cordially invited to a
WINE & CHEESE SENIOR RECEPTION
TUESDAY, APRIL 30
The McKelvey Room, Office of Admission
Lois Brown, Louise Brown, Annie Burke, Lauren Caldwell, Laura Grabel, Susan Lourie, Sarah Mahurin, Liza McAlister, Marina Melendez, Suzanne O’Connell, Julia Randall, Andrea Roberts, Tula Telfair, and Kari Weil
Come and toast the Class of 2013 with
The Roadside Girls’ Song for the Seniors at 5 p.m.!
Hosted by Dean Louise S. Brown
(Seniors must have WesID)
MABUHAY! 4/17, 5:45 p.m.
Annual Asian/Asian American Show
Wes. Talent. Diversity. Awareness.
5:45p.m. – 8p.m.
$5 at Box Office
Proceeds will go to LiNK and Brighter Dawns
SENIOR SUPPER with PROF. KAUANUI — 10/31
You are cordially invited to join
Professor Kehaulani Kauanui
for a meal and conversation about
her teaching, research, radio show
and thoughts for life post-Wes
on Wednesday, October 31 at 6 p.m.
Limited to 20 students
R.S.V.P. to Susan Kulesza email@example.com
Co-sponsored by the Deans’ Office and ResLife.
2013 Wine & Cheese Reception — Wed., 10/17
CLASS OF 2013
WINE & CHEESE RECEPTION
We would like to invite you to a wine and cheese reception
to celebrate the awesome class of 2013!
Come mingle with your fellow classmates,
as we celebrate your senior year!
The reception will be Wednesday, October 17 at 4 p.m.
in the Daniel Family Commons at Usdan.
Hope to see you there!
Dean Louise Brown and Dean Mike Whaley
Help with Diversity Week at Middletown High School — May 2
Please see below for the details about Diversity Week at Middletown High School. I’ve signed up as a speaker, and I hope you will consider doing so as well. It’s a fantastic opportunity to enrich the lives of local students in just one hour, but it can only succeed if we get enough speakers to enable meaningful personal connections and small group discussions.
Thanks! Allegra Stout
BIGGEST DIVERSITY WEEK YET!
Middletown High School has a long tradition of supporting diversity in our community. As part of that tradition, for the last several years MHS has hosted a Diversity Week devoted to raising awareness and encouraging acceptance of diversity. To that end, the school has sought to bring in speakers who can share personal experiences that are relatable to our students and provide insights regarding the issue of celebrating, rather than fearing, diversity. This year MHS is planning its biggest coordinated effort yet. The school hopes to bring in 50 different speakers, discussing a variety of different experiences from a multitude of different backgrounds, to share their stories and highlight the beauty of diversity. Every student in the building will have the opportunity to select and listen to a speaker/topic of individual interest. This ambitious event requires a great deal of coordination, and we need help attracting and lining up speakers.
The details of the event are: When: May 2nd from 9-10am Where: Middletown High School
Format: One speaker for twenty five kids in a classroom setting with two faculty members to assist, for approximately 50 minutes of discussion.
Who: Anyone who has a story to share and inspire kids? Specific areas of diversity include race, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic, physically handicapped, learning disabled, sexual orientation, gender, military service, political, or anything else that might relate to diversity or discrimination.
What is essential to this task is that we have the required number of speakers to be successful. If you know anyone who would be willing to participate in our event and volunteer their time to speak with kids for a worthy cause, please contact Trevor Charles at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Musical Madness IV — Thurs., Feb. 16, 7 p.m.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2012
CROWELL CONCERT HALL
Prizes for Best in Class, Best in Show & Judges’ Choice
The Apple Daughter
Guys Next Door
Jack & Gwen
Ratched & the Lunatics
Leah & Lauren
Dr. Green & the Machine
With Lou & the Blues
CHEER ON YOUR CLASSMATES & SHOW THE LOVE
Musical Madness IV: Competition between the Classes
2013–Get Your Act Together and Feel the Love! Bring it on!
Thursday, February 16, 7:00 p.m.
Crowell Concert Hall
Acoustic, electric or a cappella
Ensemble or solo, original or cover, any genre
All performers must be in the same class year for ensemble entries.
Performances must be no longer than 5 minutes.
Very Decent Prizes for Best in Class, Best in Show & Judges’ Choice
Entry Deadline: February 9!
Click on this link to submit entry form:
Fast-a-thon — Nov. 15
Quick correction on the date for Fast-a-thon: the banquet is tomorrow, November 15, and the last day to donate points is tomorrow. You may also donate meals and points on site tomorrow, at the banquet.
Time is running out to donate your points to Fast-a-Thon!
Tuesday is Wesleyan’s 5th Annual Fast-a-Thon Banquet. Participants are invited to join the rest of the campus in donating points, cash, or check to the Amazing Grace Soup Kitchen in Middletown. This event raises money to fight food insecurity in our local community, and demonstrates solidarity against poverty across all boundaries.
Don’t wait! Donate and RSVP now – you can do it online at www.wesleyan.edu/ocs/fastathon.html
All participants are invited to the Banquet this TUESDAY, 5:45PM in Beckham Hall, with FREE dinner from Haveli India and free t-shirts. Donate more than 15 points and enter a raffle for a $100 Best Buy Gift Card. Seats at the Banquet are limited, so come early!
Thank you, and we hope to see you there!
Fast-a-Thon Planning Committee
Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Sponsored by: Interfaith Justice League, Muslim Student Association, Haveli India, Bon Appetit, Office of Residential Life, Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, Office of Community Service, SBC, SALD