Introduction to Experimental Music (MUSC 109) Fall 2017; Tuesdays & Thursdays, 2:50 p.m. – 4:10 p.m., RHH 003 This course is a survey of recent and historical electronic and instrumental experimental works, with emphasis on the works of American composers. Starting with early experimentalists, germinal works of John Cage and Henry Cowell, Earle Brown, Christian … Read moreCourse with Seats: MUSC 109–Experimental Music
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The Financial Aid Office extends a hearty welcome to the Class of 2021! Our office is responsible for the administration of scholarships, loans and work-study employment. We offer individual loan counseling and financial literacy workshops to interested students and provide guidance on the financial implications involved with taking a leave of absence or studying abroad. … Read moreFinancial Aid Office: Info Session & Money Matters Orientation Workshops
Why does some characters’ skin change color in medieval romances? What did Ghenghis Khan’s family think about Europeans? And why do US white supremacist groups wear symbols from the twelfth-century crusade era? These are all different kinds of questions, but we address them in: English 153, “Ethnicity, Race, and Religion in the Middle Ages.” Professor … Read moreSeats Available in FYS Course: Ethnicity, Race & Religion in the Middle Ages
HEALTH PROFESSIONS ADVISING FOR THE CLASS OF 2021 Gordon Career Center Thinking about a career in medicine, dentistry, optometry, veterinary science or any other health profession? Health Professions Advising in the Gordon Career Center offers individual advising, workshops, and information sessions to prepare students for the health professions application process. First-year students interested in health professions … Read morePre-Health Information Workshops during Orientation
Peer Advisor Rachel Earnhardt ’17 wrote this for the incoming Class of 2020, but good advice never gets old! It was in the Container Store, standing among clearance laundry baskets and desk organizing supplies sometime in early August, that I had a *minor* meltdown about starting college. Somehow, browsing for reasonably priced, but sturdy dorm … Read moreAdvice from a former Peer Advisor: Don’t Be Nervous!
Counseling and Psychological Services welcomes the class of 2021! Your first semester at Wesleyan may be the most fun you’ve ever had, or it may be the toughest transition you’ve ever experienced. Or it could be both. The clinicians at CAPS are ready to meet with you, whether for one session or many, to assist … Read moreCounseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
If there is a magic or golden rule for college, it is the Rule of 7. You have probably never heard of it before, but never mind that. What it means is that you should take on no more than seven things this semester. For real. That includes your four courses and three other activities, … Read moreThe Rule of 7
GORDON CAREER CENTER WELCOMES THE CLASS OF 2021! The Gordon Career Center is eager to partner with you over the next four years. We can help you clarify your interests, choose a major, explore job shadow and internship opportunities and brainstorm career options. We also help with writing resumes and cover letters, and interview preparation. … Read moreThe Gordon Career Center
Welcome to the Davison Health Center: The Health Center is staffed by a clinical team ready to keep you healthy while residing on campus. We provide care for illness and injuries, as well as wellness visits ranging from immunizations (i.e. flu shots), sexual health screenings and testing, travel consultations and nutrition counseling. We are open … Read moreThe Davison Health Center