$ Waste Not Sale $ – Stock Your Dorm Room While Helping Local Charities: Aug 31 & Sep 1
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.
Faculty/Student Dinner for 2021’ers Wed., Mar. 28, RSVP by Mar. 27
FACULTY/FIRST-YEAR DINNER with
PROFESSORS ABIGAIL BOGGS ’02 & JESSE NASTA ‘07
Wed., March 28 at 5:30 p.m.
Join Profs. Boggs (SOC) and Nasta (HIST) for a three-course meal as they
their first-year at Wes and how they used what they learned to navigate their sophomore year.
RSVP by Tues., March 27 at noon Limited to 20 students.
Make sure you can commit to the date and time before you sign up.
Hosted by Dean Louise S. Brown
Apple Picking at Lyman Orchards! Nov. 18 BUT RSVP by Friday, Nov. 3
Come pick some fresh apples on this annual apple-picking event held by FASA, Freeman Asian Scholars Association. The event is open to everyone on the campus, and there is NO fee for attending the event. Please sign up through this link as soon as possible so that we could do a headcount to see how many buses we need to arrange.
If there’s any question about this please let Yi-Chieh Jamie Cheng (ycheng02) know:
Nov. 18 Sat.
10:00 Bus leaves from Usdan (on Wyllys Ave.)
13:30 Bus leaves Lyman Orchards
First-Year/Faculty Dinner on Challenges & Resilience — Nov. 7
You are cordially invited to attend the
Challenge and Resilience
(aka How to Fail Well!)
Tuesday, November 7 at 5:30 p.m.
with Professor Gloster Aaron (BIOL, NS&B) and Chaplain Tracy Mehr-Muska
Join Prof. Aaron and Chaplain Mehr-Muska for a three-course meal and discussionabout challenges and resilience as they draw from their journey through college and to where they are now.
Open to the first 20 first-years who sign up, so sign up now!
Make sure you can commit to the date and time.
Hosted by Dean Brown