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Monthly Archive for November, 2009

Career Talk w/Joe Siegel ’81, Federal Attorney, U.S. EPA Wednesday, 11/11, 12:00pm-1:00pm, ESC 184 (Woodhead Lounge). Bring your lunch! Joe Siegel is a Senior Attorney/public sector lawyer with extensive experience in Legal Aid and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, as well as an adjunct professor at Pace Law School’s Center for Environmental Legal Studies. His […]

James Madison Fellowship for Seniors or Recent Graduates who Plan Masters Degrees in American History, Political Science, Teaching or Education Description: Prospective postsecondary American history, American government, and social studies teachers who want to pursue a masters degree with a concentration in the history of the U.S. Constitution. Award Amount: $24,000 Eligibility: Applicants apply directly […]

Seniors bring in your cans!!!! Amazing Grace Food Pantry provides 3 days of emergency food to families once per month.  In July 2008, Amazing Grace served 660 families; in July 2009 that number rose to over 900 families.  The need continues to rise. Amazing Grace has asked if Wesleyan could donate “Stove Top Stuffing” for […]

“My father died a little less than a year ago.  My friends here at school were very supportive when it happened and for a time afterwards.  My professors were also understanding at the time and I was able to finish that semester.  But now I watch as everyone else is moving on and I am […]

Dear Wesleyan Musical Performers, In an effort to collaborate and combine programming efforts, a new committee has been established.  The Usdan Common Connections Committee is looking to work with musical performers within the Wesleyan Community to provide opportunities to showcase your talents. These performances will take many different forms and will happen in a variety […]

Bill and Sarah are seniors who have being dating each other since the end of their sophomore year. They are living together in a wood frame house and have settled into a routine and, if asked, would say, “Yes, we’re in love.”  As graduation approaches they know that the relationship may change or end, but […]

Just wanted to let you know that students and staff alike had a great time at WesWars 2009 last Friday! We had about 150 students participate (playing games, answering trivia, bouncing etc.) and the Seniors and the Freshman were very much into the competition, battling it out until 6 p.m. at the base of the […]

November Deadlines

The last day to withdraw from full-semester and second-quarter classes is Thursday, November 19. Completed forms are due in the Registrar’s Office by 5 p.m. and must include the following signatures: instructor, faculty advisor, and class dean. The deadline for submission of leave of absence applications for Spring 2010 is Tuesday, December 1. Spring 2010 […]

Where On Earth Are We Going? – November 7, 2009 – Exley Science Center, Room 150     9am – Global Environmental Change and Freshwater Resources: Hope for the Best or Change to Prepare for the Worst? Patrick L. Osborne, PhD Executive Director Harris World Ecology Center, University of Missouri – St. Louis 10:15am – […]

Published in 10/30/09 edition of THE ARGUS, p. 5 OBHS SAYS . . .         IS THIS YOU? Sleepless In A Wood Frame Bill is a senior who has a lot on his plate.  He is writing a thesis and trying to figure out what he is going to do after graduation.  Although he is […]

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