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Monthly Archive for September, 2013

Get Involved! WSA Positions Open!

Dear students, There are a number of positions open with the Wesleyan Student Assembly for which we would like to offer you the opportunity to apply. There are currently four (4) open positions for full voting membership on the Assembly, as well additional positions with two subcommittees of the Assembly. These positions are as follows: […]

Students from ANTH326 “Middletown Materials:  Archeological Analysis” will be excavating at the Beman Triangle this coming weekend. For those not aware of the history of the site, this was home to a planned African American community, with close ties to the AME Zion Church, from the 1840s through to the late nineteenth century. We have been […]

2017’ers, I hope all is going well!  Can you believe that on Saturday, September 28, it will be four weeks since orientation began?  Time flies, and yet, so much is packed into each day that it seems like ages ago!  I hope that you are getting settled into your classes and a rhythm for the […]

Preventing Gun Violence:  On Saturday, Sept 28, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, Wesleyan Association of Christian Thinkers (WACT), and CT Against Gun Violence are hosting a conference in Exley from 8:30am-2:00pm to discuss ways we can help reduce gun violence.  Governor Malloy, Middletown’s mayor, Senator Blumenthal, U.S. Representative Himes, and others are scheduled […]

This Sunday,  Middletown Potluck  (a Wesleyan student group) is facilitating a communal meal and conversation between the Wesleyan community and greater Middletown. We would love your participation and support!  Please join us at Green Street Art Center (51 Green St, Middletown)   This Sunday from 5:30 until 8:00  We have invited Middletown residents, a Wesleyan professor, […]

Please join us for a reading by new creative writing faculty: Novelist SALVATORE SCIBONA   And poet TONYA FOSTER  Wednesday, September 25th at 8 pm Russell House  350 High Street  Salvatore Scibona’s first novel, The End, was a finalist for the National Book Award and won the Young Lions Fiction Award from the New York Public Library.  His writing has […]

IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN THE SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS SUPPORT GROUP! Connect with other survivors of sexual assault. Learn new skills and tools to move forward in your healing. Tuesdays beginning October 8th –December 3rd from 5:45PM-7PM (location disclosed to group members) Meetings will follow an open support group format and participants determine group […]

“Wildlands, Woodlands, and Farmlands: The Past and Future of New England Forests and Farming”                Brian Donahue                                                                             Wednesday, September 25, 2013 – 7pm – PAC 001  Brian Donahue is Associate Professor of American Environmental Studies on the Jack Meyerhoff Fund at Brandeis University, and Environmental Historian at Harvard Forest.  He teaches courses on environmental issues, environmental […]

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