Register via Handshake here:
Register via Handshake here:
Homecoming Family Weekend 2019 is fast approaching (November 1st – November 3rd), and we need student employees!
Aside from getting paid, you’ll also have the unique opportunity to help out with one of Wesleyan’s biggest events, network and make lasting connections with parents, alumni, and represent the student body to hundreds of visitors and guests.
Potential jobs include greeting guests at the registration site, assisting with activity and event preparation, escorting guests around campus in shuttle vans, and much more!
To apply for a position, please fill out and submit the student employee application, available here. Applications will be accepted until Friday, October 4th at 5:00 PM, and we will notify you of your employment status by Monday, October 7th.
There will be a mandatory student employee meeting on Wednesday, October 30th at 5:00 PM in the Woodhead Lounge in Exley Science Center. If you are hired, you must attend this meeting to receive your work schedules, event staff T-shirt, and other important event information.
Get ready for the sale of the year! Come to WASTE NOT to buy affordable items for your dorm!
Waste Not is an eco-friendly tag sale for charity!
You can find electronics, kitchen appliances, dorm decorations, lamps, fans, fridges, microwaves, printers, rugs, furniture, and much more!
Dates & Times:
Saturday 8/31: 12pm – 3pm
@ 44 Brainerd garage – Fridges, mirrors, lamps, electronics, and more!
@ 56 Fountain garage – Couches and furniture
Sunday 9/1: 10am – 1pm
@ 44 Brainerd ONLY – Everything that’s left!
Email questions about the sale to the Waste Not coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Worlds Are Possible: Life Against and Beyond Neoliberal Logics
Middletown, CT, United States; Oaxaca, Mexico
A Wesleyan faculty-led program with Professor Anu Sharma (https://www.wesleyan.edu/academics/faculty/asharma/profile.html) and Gustavo Esteva, Universidad de la Tierra (http://unitierraoax.org/en/english/) This four-week intensive course examines radical challenges, in theory and on the ground, to mainstream neoliberal capitalism and development strategies promoted by international organizations such as World Bank and the IMF. After the 1980s, considered by many as “the lost decade” of development, some scholars and practitioners declared the development enterprise as fundamentally wrong: It was a misguided and violent neocolonial project that could never provide the answer to inequality and poverty. These radical critics argued for building a “post-development” era. In this course, we look at the conceptual history of the term “post-development” and also examine what post-development life looks like on the ground, among dispossessed communities. We will focus on lived and imagined challenges to neoliberal capitalism. We spend the first week at Wesleyan, brushing up on the critical ideas and movements that have emerged out of Mexico (and Latin America, broadly) over the past four decades in reaction to mainstream development discourse. We will then explore these ideas and lived alternatives in Oaxaca, Mexico. We will spend three weeks learning about and working with marginalized communities that are rejecting capitalist development and building and experimenting with living a “good life” (buen vivir) on their own terms.
Application and deposit due by March 8. Current sophomores and juniors may apply. Limited financial aid is available for this program.
MESA DE ESPAÑOL
Open to all the Wesleyan community
Led by native speakers
USDAN, table on the “Quiet Side”, near the back (look for the sign)
COME AND PRACTICE YOUR SPANISH!