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Category Archive for 'Settling In'

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 […]

Many thanks to all the sophomore Orientation Leaders and Residential Life staff who helped to make New Student Orientation such a success!  The ResLife staff includes sophomores Malik Ben-Salahuddin, Claire Choi, Ethan Cohen, Amara Davila, Phabinly Gabriel, Taylor Harbison, Sydney Hausman-Cohen, Hira Jafri, Bryce Hollingsworth, Allison Kalt, Bertram Lim, Christian McLaren, Abraham Ngu, Yuki Ohmori, […]

Moving In

For those of you moving in tomorrow, Saturday, think about what it was like at this time last year.  What a difference a year makes!  I was talking with a sophomore yesterday who said how excited she was to get back to Wes and how great it felt to be returning to a familiar place.  […]

Waste Not! is an EON (Environmental Organizers Network)-sponsored effort run by the Sustainability Interns to reduce unnecessary waste during move-out and encourage items to be recycled from year to year.  At the end of the spring semester, EON collects unwanted items and then, in the fall, we hold a HUGE tag sale to sell those […]

92:  92 Theater, right next to Memorial Chapel     Argus:  Wesleyan student newspaper     CFA:  Center for the Arts     COL:  College of Letters     CRC:  Career Resources Center     CSS:  College of Social Studies     DFC:  Daniel Family Commons, 3rd floor Usdan     Drop-Add:  A period of time right after school starts, where you can add new classes or drop unwanted […]

Congratulations to all those who had late high school graduations in the past couple of weeks!  Congrats too to those whose graduations were much earlier and have been “alums” for the last month or so! It’s a big deal finishing up 13 years (more or less) of schooling and you all accomplished much during that […]