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Monthly Archive for February, 2014

The Asian and Asian American Film Series continues this Monday, March 3, at 8pm in Powell Cinema with: Harana (directed by Benito BAUTISTA, 2012, Philippines/USA, 103 mins).  Harana is a long-abandoned Filipino courtship serenade, which originated in the Spanish colonial period. In this award-winning documentary, guitarist Florante AGUILAR returns to the Philippines from the US for the first time in twelve […]

  Are you interested in planning this year’s Take Back the Night* Event to end sexual violence?  Students For Consent and Communication want you and your organizations to help make this year’s event the best yet!  Join us for lunch on Friday, February 28,    12-1PM    Wyllys 114  Bring your ideas, questions, comments!   We’ll bring the […]

    “Standing on Sacred Ground”  Powell Family Cinema Saturday and Sunday, March 1 and 2 Join us for a chance to see and discuss four remarkable new documentaries that tell the story of a growing movement to defend human rights and restore the environment. Each film will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Christopher […]

Professor Noah Isenberg New School for the Liberal Arts The near-forgotten emigre filmmaker Edgar G. Ulmer enjoyed a thirty-five year career as a director. Born in Olmutz (in what is today the Czech Republic) in 1904, and raised in Vienna, he first traveled to America in 1924 with Max Reinhardt’s theater company to help stage The […]

Textbook Return

 Dear Students, The bookstore will be returning unsold textbooks to the publishers and distributors during the upcoming weeks.  If there are books that you still need for the rest of the semester please purchase them at your earliest convenience. Quarter class books will be held longer, and we will be happy to reorder any title […]

Are you interested in preventing sexual violence and creating a safe space for survivors on campus?  Do you want to develop and implement innovative sexual violence prevention programming at Wesleyan? Do you want to build your leadership skills, work with students and staff and improve Wesleyan culture? Will you be on campus during the 2014-2015 […]

Dear Class of “17, The COL will be hosting its Open House for prospective majors  in the COL library on Monday, March 3 at 4:15 p.m. at 41 Wyllys Ave. We had hoped to hold a second open house on Tuesday, March 4, but due to the rescheduling of a faculty meeting for that time, we […]

Wesleyan Summer Session!

2014 Summer Session Information Sessions    12:15 – 1 p.m. | Tuesday, March 4 Usdan 136 (Hicks Meeting Room) 12:15 – 1 p.m. | Tuesday, April 1 Usdan 136 (Hicks Meeting Room) Students may also email summer@wesleyan.edu for more information at any time.

MONDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES | AUDIENCE(S)  Jonathan Best WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY The Nihon shoki—Japan’s oldest chronicle (compiled in 720)—contains a detailed account of how Jingu, purportedly the first female ruler of Japan, aided by her magical powers, conquered southern Korea at the start of the 3rd century. Also according to the Nihon shoki, Jingu’s conquest enabled […]


WesGUIDE is a new student-run, CAPS-affiliated program designed to help undergraduates who struggle with binge eating. Trained peer coaches are ready to work with you one-on-one to help you regain control over eating and rebuild a healthy relationship with food. The program is free and confidential. To see if WesGUIDE may be right for you, take […]

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