email a personal statement of 150 words describing your interest in the wsa and fifac’s mission by wednesday, february 6th to email@example.com.
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:
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: http://wsa.wesleyan.edu/groups/register/. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
The Winter Elections and Winter Survey are now open at http://wsa.wesleyan.edu/voting (correct address). There are eight at-large seats to be filled. Voting will be open from now until 11:59pm December 7th. We strongly encourage you to vote, and have your voice represented.
Your feedback is very important for all of us students here at Wesleyan to make our university what we all want it to be. As always, your thoughts, complaints, comments, concerns, etc. are welcome at email@example.com, or talk with any of your representatives.
Good luck with the rest of your semester, Grant Tanenbaum ’15, Chloe Murtaugh ’15, Mari Jarris ’14, WSA Elections Committee
A few things from your loving WSA…
First, a reminder about WSA winter elections: to run, you must hand in your petition with 25 signatures at or before the mandatory candidates meeting on Thursday at 8:30pm, in Usdan 110. See email dated 11/28 for the petition.
Also, the WSA has collaborated with students to produce surveys on important student issues, sexual health and food. These surveys will help determine areas for improvement in terms of both sexual health resources and food quality. Responses to both surveys are completely anonymous and confidential.
Sexual Health: HERE
Wesleyan Food: HERE
Thanks, and good luck with the end of the semester!
Also, take our semester survey: it’s only 15 short questions, and your input informs the issues that the WSA takes up next year. All class years can take the survey.
Lastly, we have our WSA Constitution up for approval along with a description of the changes we have made. You can also read about the changes here. Again, everyone is able to vote on changes.
As always, let us know if you have any questions.
Best, The Elections Committee
Have questions for the mayor of Middletown? Interested in discussing the relationship between Wesleyan and the rest of Middletown? Curious about city government and ways to get involved? The WSA will be hosting an open conversation with the Mayor of Middletown Dan Drew on Wednesday, May 2nd at noon in Usdan 108.
See you there, Zachary Malter, WSA President
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!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE! wsa.wesleyan.edu/voting (Seniors, you can vote, too.) We are halfway through the election; here are the voting stats so far –
Frosh : 265 Sophs : 203 Juniors : 252
If you haven’t voted, vote NOW. Also, if you are interested in being a part of the WSA next year, run for class rep. You can get a petition in the WSA office, or print one here.
Best, The Elections Committee–Meherazade Sumariwalla ’12 (Chair), Syed Ali ’13 and Maeve Russell ’14
I am writing to inform you that we are now accepting applications for the Green Fund Committee Chair for the 2012-13 academic year. The Green Fund is a student-financed and student-managed fund for sustainability projects in the campus community financed by an opt-out $15 per semester fee. The Chair oversees and facilitates the workings of the committee and serves on the Wesleyan Student Assembly as a member of the Finance and Facilities Committee. The application can be found here:
If you have more questions about the position, the responsibilities, or the Green Fund in general, please feel free to email the current chair at email@example.com.
We look forward to reviewing the applications which are due on Friday April 27th at 5 PM.
Best, The Appointments Committee–Evan Weber, WSA Finance and Facilities Committee Chair & Green Fund Committee Chair, Arya Alizadeh, WSA Coordinator, and Meherazade Sumariwalla, WSA Vice President
Spring Fling is an all-campus outdoor concert that happens on Foss Hill every May. In the past, artists like The Dirty Projectors, Big Boi, and TV on the Radio have come to rock out Wesleyan’s student body. The Spring Fling Committee works throughout the year to put together a multiple-act show that brings the most current and enjoyable bands to campus in an effort to please the entire student body.
If you would like to become a member of Spring Fling Committee for the 2012-2013 school year, please answer the questions found here. (The committee meets once a week according to member availability.) Send your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 PM on Friday, April 27th.
We will review the applications and contact applicants for interviews. Interviews will be held on Monday, April 30th from 3 PM – 5 PM.
Best, The Appointments Committee–Meherazade Sumariwalla WSA Vice President, Cameron Couch WSA Treasurer / Chair, Student Budget Committee, Michael Piderit Current Spring Fling Committee Chair