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Monthly Archive for November, 2012

The Dragon Dance, Nov. 29. 

Thanksgiving marks a weird point here at Wes. It’s the first holiday, a good clean break where some teachers pretend they’re acknowledging it as “family time” so they give you “less work” (even though when you get back on Sunday you realize it was all a big lie… oh that was just me? Weird.) There […]

From Susanna Banks ’13, WSA Office Manager:

Dear Student Group Leaders,

As the semester comes to a close, I would like to inform you of the WSA Office’s financial request deadlines. The last SBC meeting of the semester will be Monday, December 3rd at 5:30pm. This will be the last opportunity to request funds until […]

INTERNATIONAL MICROFINANCE

Revolutionizing the financial services sector by creating greater transparency and access Shivani Siroya ’04, CEO and founder of InVenture, unleashes the potential of developing entrepreneurs to lift themselves and their communities out of poverty by leveraging mobile technology to create credit scores for unbanked individuals around the world. WHEN: Tuesday, December 4, 5pm WHERE: Allbritton […]

Rebecca Seidel attends “Andrew Raftery: Open House,” an exhibition presented by the Davison Art Center, through Sunday, December 9, 2012. There is only a week left to visit Andrew Raftery: Open House, a five-part series of printed engravings and related work by contemporary artist Andrew Raftery.  Nobody should miss the opportunity to get lost in […]

David Stouck ‘15, a sociology and East Asian studies double major, works on a poem for Wesleyan’s performance-based slam poetry organization, WeSlam, behind the Davison Art Center on Nov. 29. The WeSlam finals are Dec. 8 and winners will represent …

Stuff the Nets Stuff the Nets Come “Stuff the Nets” with gifts to benefit families at The MacDonough School on Dec. 8. Between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., drop an unwrapped gift in the hockey nets located in the Freeman Athletic Center lobbies. At the sa…

With the support of the Knight Foundation, CSPL, the Baldwin University Lectures, and the Government Department, the Wesleyan Media Project is proud to be able to bring several prominent scholars and national media representatives to Wesleyan’s campus for a day-long conference on campaign finance, political communication and U.S. elections this Friday, Nov 30 from 9-4:30pm  […]

Weiner creates through an elaborate process of making his own oil paint, filming the formation, and photographing the product.

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