Roll Your Way Spring! Tuesday, April 9 — 7 p.m.

The 2014 Class Council Presents:

Roll Your Way into Spring!

Spring is finally here and the Class of 2014 would like to celebrate with a night of roller skating!

Students from all class years welcome!

Will be taking donations for Amazing Grace.

Non-perishable goods only please!

April 9th
Beckham Hall



BluePrint Roundtable For Men of Color, Saturday, April 13

Question Bridge is an innovative transmedia art project that facilitates a dialogue between a critical mass of Black men from diverse and contending backgrounds, and creates a platform for them to represent and redefine the black male identity in America.

When filming Question Bridge, the artists encountered a compelling question and answer exchange between a younger participant and an older Civil Rights Activist. The Question: “Why didn’t you leave us a blueprint?” sparked an attempt for multi-generational roundtable discussions.

Hence, the Blueprint Roundtable was born. The Invisible Men BluePrint Roundtable invites established black and latino male leaders and emerging black and latino male leaders in the local community to discuss the question of a “blueprint” in an attempt to dismantle boundaries between black and latino males across generations. The program aims to identify communication barriers and facilitate the transfer of information between men; and to isolate local issues that require leadership from the next generation and lessons learned and principles that can be passed from the older generations.

Check out event Updates on Facebook:

And our Twitter: @WesInvisibleMen


April Convocation! DFC, April 2 at 4 p.m.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

April Convocation

(Asian, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander, Queer, & Disability Rights)

Usdan Daniel Family Commons ~ 4:00PM

Come enjoy some light refreshments as students, staff and faculty share their personal stories on their identities, discuss what April means and its importance today and into the future!

Opening Address – Queer Resource Center Interns
Student Reflection – Taylor Dauphin (Class of 2015
Student Reflection – Ashe Kilbourne (Class of 2014)
Staff Reflection – Kora Shin (Assistant Dean of Admissions)

Student Reflection – JJ Mitchell (Class of 2015)

Closing Address – Queer Resource Center Interns

 Michael Leung & Katy Thompson, Queer Resource Center Interns

Student Activities Fair–Registration for Groups deadline –Fri., Feb. 1; Fair–Feb. 8

 Dear Students, 

The WSA will be hosting the second annual Spring Student Group Fair on Friday, February 8th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in Beckham Hall. This fair will be an opportunity both for students to learn about and sign up for new students groups and for student groups to promote themselves to prospective members. All students are encouraged to come! Since all the groups at the fair will be open to new members, the fair will be a great opportunity to start getting involved in the community. 

Due to the spatial constraints of Beckham Hall, there is limited availability for student groups, and we will not be able to accommodate every student group that wants a booth at the fair. This fair is geared towards active student groups that will offer a large role for new members in the spring semester. If you are a student group leader, in order to apply for a place in the fair, please fill out the following form (can be accessed only through Wesleyan e-mail) by Friday, February 1st at 11:59 pm:

Fair Registration Form

Note that you must be either a registered student group or have filled out the student group online registration form to be eligible for a table at the fair. For information on how to register a student group and access the student group online registration form, go here: If you feel that your student group does not need a booth at the fair, but you would like your group to be publicized in the fair brochure, please e-mail and send one sentence about your group.

We will get back to groups by Sunday, February 3rd with a decision. Any student can attend the fair, and only student groups need to register. We look forward to seeing you at the fair!

Best, Zachary Malter, WSA President

Be a part of Cardinal Connect with an incoming first-year! Apps due 5/20

Hey Wes!
When you were a frosh didn’t you wish you had someone to show you the ropes and walk you through getting 
involved with different activities on campus?  Now you can be that person for an incoming first year student 
and help make their transition to college life that much easier!
The WSA in coordination with SALD is starting the Cardinal Connect: First Year Student 
Social Connection Program for the upcoming year.  We need rising juniors and seniors to 
volunteer to be paired with incoming freshmen to serve as social and extra-curricular 
resources.  The goal is to help freshmen get involved with life here at Wesleyan more 
easily by providing a formal connection with an experienced upperclassman.  You would be 
expected to meet with your freshman once per month to chat and help them out.  Please fill 
out and submit this form by May 20th. 
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please email me at

Student Leadership Awards! Nominations due 4/12


Each spring the Dean of the College Office offers Leadership Awards to students and student organizations for exceptional work and dedication to campus and community involvement throughout the academic year.If you are interested in nominating a student or a student organization, please read the information below and then continue to the Nomination Form. All nominations are due no later than 5pm on Thursday, April 12, 2012.


Information regarding descriptions of the awards and nominations can be found at:

All awards will be recognized at a  ceremony planned by SALD on Thursday, April 26, 2012.

UCAB Events This Week — 2/23-25

Upcoming UCAB events:  

  • ·        Thursday 2/23: Massage Night. You desperately need a study break, but you can’t rationally justify one. We can though. Feeling knotty? Need a good back rub? Want to reach a state of absolute zen and focus? Let us knead your troubles away in the most productive break of the year yet.  Please arrive at 8:30pm in the Daniel Family Commons to sign-up for a massages. First come, first serve. These spots tend to fill up within seconds.
  • ·         Friday 2/24: The Help. “The Help” a movie about an aspiring author during the civil rights movement of the 1960’s decides to write a book detailing the African-American maid’s point of view on the white families for which they work, and the hardships they go through on a daily basis. 10pm in the West Dining Bay.
  • ·        Saturday 2/25: Sumo Wrestling. Release some stress and battle your fellow peers in authentic sumo wrestling suits! 11:59pm in the Usdan Café.

Don’t forget to like us on facebook and follow us on twitter (/wesusdan).


Late Night Social Activities Mtg. — 2/13 at 6:15 p.m. with pizza!

Dear students,

The Wesleyan Student Assembly would like to invite you to participate in a forum on the lack of late-night social activities for students that choose not to consume. We are hoping to gather some thoughts on this issue, to get some ideas for fun substance-free events, and to collect a group of people who might rather hang out together rather than consume every once in a while. Everyone is welcome to attend!

The forum will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room in Usdan (downstairs, near the mail room) at 6:15pm, Monday February 13th. PIZZA WILL BE SERVED. We hope to see you there!


-The WSA