Wes 101: You’ve Got This! Dear 2023, I hope your last week of the term is going well; just two last pieces of advice as we enter into these final days: 1. When you are running on little sleep, make no big decisions and draw no big conclusions (especially about your abilities and character). Your … Read moreWes 101: You’ve Got This!
Regarding travel signatures: All first-year students who plan to travel internationally need to come for a travel signature. OISA will send another email on Friday to tell all students what to do if they forget their travel signature after OISA is closed. We plan to tell students that OISA is closed at 4 pm on … Read moreAttention all F-1 visa holders who need travel signatures!
Are you interested in reducing food waste? Running Waste Not? Making connections across campus? There are TWO paid openings in the Sustainability Office – a Composting Intern and a Sustainability Coordinator! Composting Interns manage residential composting and learn and teach about food issues; Sustainability Coordinators run Waste Not and develop programming to promote sustainability campus-wide. … Read moreTwo Sustainability Office Openings Spring 2020
Wesleyan Election 2020 Initiative (E2020) The Wesleyan Election 2020 Initiative (E2020) was created with the goal of encouraging and supporting thoughtful participation of students, faculty, and staff in the public sphere during the 2020 election cycle. The E2020 Fund will award Wesleyan students grants to support work on political campaigns, voter registration efforts, and issues … Read moreWesleyan 2020 Election Initiative
Wes 101: End-of-Term Tips/Exams Dear ’23, I write with some end-of-term tips about final exams in the hopes that they make this next week a bit easier. As the term comes to a close, please remember to take care of yourselves, be considerate (you might not have anything due until Thursday, but the person who … Read moreWes 101: End of Term Tips/Exams