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Monthly Archive for October, 2012

  Happy Halloween… Looking for a nail-biting story to celebrate Halloween? Forget Bela Lugosi’s Count Dracula, try Michael E. Bell’s Food for the Dead! In chilling detail, Bell reconstructs a distant world, where on March 17, 1892, three corpses were exhumed from a Rhode Island cemetery. One of them, Mercy Brown, who had succumbed to […]

Congratulations to Daniel Cavicchi, for his 2012 Deems Taylor Award, given by ASCAP for his book Listening and Longing: Music Lovers in the Age of Barnum.

This Friday, November 2nd, at 200 Church at 4:30 p.m., writer Nona Willis Aronowitz ’06 will give a talk titled “Minimum Ragers.” Her lecture will focus on the economic fate of the downwardly mobile Millennials and how that will affect … Continue reading

Interested in the Writing Certificate? Please come to our Information Session: Friday, November 2, 12-1 pm, in 41 Wyllys, Room 114. Professor Anne Greene, Writing Certificate Coordinator, and Kate Thorpe, Teagle Fellow in the Writing Programs, as well as current … Continue reading

Become a WesFest Intern

The WesFest Intern position is an opportunity for students to engage closely in the recruitment activities of the Office of Admission. We seek hard workers who are mature, dependable, energetic, team players, have a sense of humor and are enthusiastic in representing Wesleyan. Four positions are available and are open to members of the Class of 2014, 2015, […]

Let’s talk about EON, baby.

Where on Earth has EON been? Where on Earth is EON going? The Environmental Organizer’ Network (EON), is a network of environmental and climate activists and a platform for furthering sustainability initiatives in our community. EON has been on a little hiatus, but it’s time we bring it back. This event is an open discussion […]

Sunday, November 4th, 10am-4pm   Created for survivors of sexual violence, this retreat will teach participants how to incorporate mindfulness skills and practices into their lives, improve sleep, augment self-care skills and culminate in a relaxing gentle yoga/movement session.     TO REGISTER: Complete the registration form and return to Alysha B. Warren,LPC, awarren@wesleyan.edu  by […]

Pamela Grande (Career Counselor) and Jim Kubat (Associate Director for Job and Internship Development/Pre-Law Advisor) have kindly agreed to have reserved office hours for High and Low Rise. However, there are still slots available, so these are now open to anyone in the Junior Class.  Pamela’s hours will be from 2-4 on Friday, November 2, and Jim’s […]

Christmas. What?

WHO IS READY FOR CHRISTMAS? This guy. No kidding though, when I was in a mall this summer (in Idaho — relevant or not?), I walked past a Hallmark that had an extravagantly developed Christmas display in it (ornaments of every copyright and cards of every animal with a Santa hat on). THAT WAS IN […]

Spooky night at Wesleyan

Spooky night at Wesleyan (at Usdan University Center), posted by xb4ssxb0yx on Tumblr. 

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