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Monthly Archive for November, 2014

Amazing WesKaraoke! Fri., 9-midnight

Come on out for the Late Night featured Music of the Week! Back by popular demand….WesKaraoke! Tomorrow, Friday Nov. 21st! 9pm – 12 midnight West Dining Bay, Usdan Be prepared to access your favorite tunes and sing along. Download the free “Remote” app: Apple users: https://itunes.apple.com/app/remote/id284417350?mt=8 Android users: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.squallydoc.retune&hl=en The instructions are currently only for Apple Remote […]

I started off the summer working full time as a mechanic at an auto shop. I was the youngest worker there, and so I was relegated to mostly only oil changes. My job involved performing safety inspections on all the vehicles, which was a fairly intensive process. I went through a checklist, and inspected each […]

Join Persephone Hall of the Wesleyan Career Center and Dean Brown to talk about internships– how to think about them, how to find them, and how to get them. Grab your lunch and meet in the Multi-Purpose Room in the basement of Usdan at 12:15 p.m.  See you then! Check out “Celebrating Students” for 2017’ers […]

I had an eye-opening experience this summer as a Forensic Policy Intern at the Innocence Project in New York City. In its most basic structure, the organization has two branches: legal and policy. The legal side works to exonerate innocent prisoners, whereas the policy side works to prevent wrongful convictions from happening in the first […]

      The Middletown Community Thanksgiving Project is an initiative that brings together volunteers from a variety of groups and businesses to purchase and assemble baskets of food for families who cannot otherwise afford Thanksgiving feasts. The baskets include a turkey, a pie, and all the ingredients to prepare a holiday meal. This year […]

During my time at the United Nations I was given immense freedom to be able to attend meetings at the United Nations on various issues ranging from fracking to the education of children to global gender equality. I was astounded by the amount of human beings in one room all striving to better our international […]

HISTORY 171:  WAR COMES TO MIDDLETOWN, 1910-1920 Thursday, 1:10-4p.m. Professor Ronald Schatz One hundred years ago the Great War–as it was called–erupted, rattling life in the homeland as surely as it shook the battlefront.  In this seminar, we will look closely at Middletown (including Wesleyan) before, during, and after the war–both as a particular case […]

The inaugural Jewish Cultures of the World lecture will take place this evening (Tues., Nov. 18) at 8:00 pm, in Russell House.  This event is being sponsored by the Center for Jewish Studies together with the Religion Department, Middle East Studies, the History Department, as well as by two student groups, The Bayit and the […]

Date:         Thursday, November 13 Time:         4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Location:  Usdan University Center – room 108 Fee:           $30* (cash, check, or bill to student account.  *Flu shots are covered under the University-Insurance through Gallagher Student Health (Aetna Insurance) for students who are enrolled.  Students with Private insurance can request a statement to file to […]

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