Happy Spring Semester everyone! I want to remind students that my office is a resource for alcohol and other drug issues on campus. I’m interested in speaking with any students who are worried about alcohol or other drug use (their own or their peers’) and anyone seeking information about the effect of substances on the … Read moreWesWell–Education and Support
On behalf of the Center for Jewish Studies, it is my pleasure to invite you to the second screening in the 11th Annual Ring Family Wesleyan University Israeli Film Festival on Thursday, February 8, at 8PM at the Goldsmith Family Cinema. At that time, Avi Nesher’s latest film, Past Life, will be screened and introduced … Read moreRing Family’s Israeli Film Festival–Avi Nesher’s “Past Life”–2/8 at 8 p.m.
Interested in helping other students navigate academic life at Wesleyan next year? Consider applying to work as an Academic Peer Advisor (APA) or New Student Orientation Academic Peer Advisor (NSO APA)! APA is a full-year position, helping students both individually and in groups with course selection, time management, study strategies, and other topics. NSO APA … Read moreBe an Academic Peer Advisor! Apps due Feb. 12
Monday, February 12, 2018 (12pm-1pm) Fisk Hall 201, 262 High Street Come along to this Study Abroad Fair to learn more about the three study abroad language and cultural immersion programs administered by Wesleyan in Italy, Spain, and France: ** ECCO: Eastern College Consortium in Bologna (Italy) ** VWPM: Vassar-Wesleyan Program in Madrid (Spain) ** … Read moreStudy Abroad Fair–Mon., Feb. 12 Noon-1 p.m.
MONDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES | GRAND NARRATIVES / MODEST PROPOSALS Neither Grand nor Modest: Critique as a form of historical analysis Joan W. Scott • Institute for Advanced Studies FEBRUARY 5 @ 6 P.M. | Daniel Family Commons, Usdan University Center This talk will argue that critical approaches to history need neither endorse grand narratives … Read moreCHUM Monday Night Lecture Series–“Neither Grand nor Modest: Critique as a form of historical analysis” with Joan Scott, Institute of Advanced Studies, 2/5/18, 6 p.m.
Interfaith Service Trip 2018! The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is organizing a trip to New Jersey where we will do community service, learn about other religious traditions, and engage in rich dialogue and discussion from March 19-23. All are welcome!! The cost for five days (transportation, room, and board) is $450/person, but … Read moreInterfaith Trip during Spring Break — 3/19-23! Sign up ASAP!!
ACA18_PACSpeakerSeriesPoster_0125_ls TODAY, FEBRUARY 1 PAC001 4:30 p.m. Katherine B. Forrest (class of 86) will be speaking this afternoon on freedom of expression. She was appointed as a federal judge by President Obama (Southern District of New York) and has been involved with a number of high profile cases, including a challenge to indefinite military detention … Read morePAC Speaker Series–“Freedom of Expression: A View from the Bench” with Hon. Katherine B. Forrest ’86 — Today, 2/1 at 4:30 p.m.