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Monthly Archive for September, 2013

The Wesleyan Student Assembly has chosen to extend the deadline for applications for committee positions (see below) to Wednesday, October 2nd, at NOON. Though we have received quite a few excellent applications, we are hoping to obtain a few more. Our hope that a more competitive appointments process will yield even better representation for the […]

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In conjunction with Dan Froot and Dan Hurlin’s Who’s Hungry performance, we are holding a food drive for the Amazing Grace Food Pantry! This month, Amazing Grace issued a RED ALERT, meaning that they do not have enough food to feed the over 1,000 families that rely on the pantry to put food on their […]

In April 2013, the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship awarded five seed grants to Wesleyan students embarking on high-impact projects around the globe. Each grant recipient is reporting back about his/her work with blog posts and photos. Here’s the third and final report from Faye Phillips ’13, who designed and implemented the Women and Girls Hygiene program for Maji Safi Group, which was […]

The message waiting lights on the Nortel phones should be working normally now. Once you check your messages, your light should be back in synch.
Thank you,
Allen Alonzo

We are working on resolving the Message Waiting Light problem on the Nortel Phones. You may have a message even if your light is not illuminated, and after you clear all messages the light may not turn off. We will let you know as soon as we resolve the issue. Until then, please check your […]

Kate MacCluggage ’04 discusses acting in two plays at once: “La Dispute” and “Macbeth.”

Kate MacCluggage ’04 discusses acting in two plays at once: “La Dispute” and “Macbeth.”

Resolution 1.35: Resolution on the Student Accounts Spending Limit Sponsors: Grant Tanenbaum ‘15 (co-Principal), Justin Gitlin ‘15 (co-Principal), Nicole Updegrove ‘14, Andrew Trexler ‘14, Jacob Musinsky ‘15, Scott Elias ‘14, Jason Shatz ‘14, Colin O’Keeffe ‘17, Glenn Cantave ‘15 In response to the call of the Student Accounts Office to limit charges to student accounts […]

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The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship presents Think About Data Before It’s Too Late! or “From Reporting Progress to Improving Progress: How those working on social change initiatives can actually have an impact” Presented by Wendy Jeffries ’01 and Liz Bliss ’01 Friday, November 8 2-4 p.m. Allbritton 103 Register here by November 7. Refreshments […]

There is money and support available from a wide variety of sources for aspiring social entrepreneurs and changemakers, but it’s not always easy to find these resources. Following is a round-up of grants, prizes, and fellowships that we have been reading about recently. Some are available only to current undergraduates, and all focus on social […]

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