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Monthly Archive for December, 2013

  The long stretch of winter break is a great time to reflect on the past semester. Some of you, especially first-year students, may feel like you still haven’t found your “niche” or social support group of close friends. Or, you may feel that you are too close to a certain group of people and […]

ITS is closed for the holiday and will return on Thurs, Jan 2, 2014.  During the holiday break, emergencies should be reported to Public Safety at 860-685-2345.  The Public Safety officers have emergency on-call information for ITS.  ITS on-call staff will address mission critical issues that affect core systems.   If you call Public Safety, please […]

Wesleyan University Press and Annie Finch invite you to participate in a friendly writing challenge. Take a chance at winning a copy of Annie’s new book, Spells: New and Selected Poems, while creating your own poetry. Throughout the coming weeks, we will post poems by Annie Finch, along with related writing prompts from Annie. We invite […]

We are looking for several students who could cover our front desk this spring. Mondays – Thursdays would be from 4:30 to about 8:00pm and Fridays would be from 4:30 – 6:00pm. There may also be special evening or weekend events where we would need coverage. This would be a great job for a work […]

Finals may be over, but the application season is just kicking into gear! Check out some incredible fellowship opportunities below and get started! Scoville Peace Fellowship For recent grads and graduate students Application Due: January 6, 2014 The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship Program invites college graduates to apply for full-time, six-to-nine month fellowships in […]

This post features photographs from Wesleyan’s 1958 junior prom. Here’s wishing you all the best during this holiday season and a happy New Year!

Kehan Zhou ’15 was selected to receive an Enrichment Grant from the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship. This funding allowed Kehan to attend a large J-PAL (Poverty Action Lab) meeting for developmental economists. Read Kehan’s story below, and visit the PCSE website to learn more about our Enrichment Grants. ********************************************** On December 7, J-PAL celebrated its tenth birthday, where developmental economists from […]

Call for Orientation 2014 Staff

Have you always wanted to make a difference in the Wesleyan Community? Now is your chance the Office of New Student Orientation is looking for 4 eager and excited orientation summer interns and 30 equally excited and vibrant fall Orientation Leaders. If you have what it takes to welcome the class of 2018, transfer, visiting […]

Laurenellen McCann ’09 was recognized for her work on public commons advocacy by TIME in its “30 under 30 changing the world” list. #THISISWHY

“The Other Half of Tomorrow” from Sadia Shepard ’97 is a composite portrait of
Pakistani women.

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