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Monthly Archive for September, 2015

Want to start or continue French, Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese? Thinking of studying abroad, fulfilling GenEds in the Humanities, and having a small class? It’s a good idea to take that language class now. The Language Placement Test remains available through your portfolio. It is not too late to take it and enroll in a […]

Sharpen your French in a fun way: for the first time in many years, you can take a theater course in French! There are still spaces available. French and Francophone Theater in Performance FREN 281 Fall 2015 Section: 01 Crosslisting: THEA 291 This course offers students the opportunity to put their language skills in motion […]

Friday, September 11, 2015 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM Memorial Service: In Honor of 9/11 Flag in front of South College Students will be gathering with Flashlights to take a moment to remember the tragedy of 9/11 and support one another in that remembrance.

A reminder that The Mash, the fourth annual celebration of Wesleyan’s student music scene, with non-stop music from 2-7:30pm today. Due to weather, we had to move the events inside today, so please stop by the Patricelli ’92 Theater, the Usdan Café and Crowell Concert Hall today to see bands, a cappella groups and other […]

Apply for a Writing Mentor!

Have you ever wanted a personal editor? Someone who would meet with you privately to help you with your writing? Your Writing Mentor will work with you on your particular writing concerns, whether you need help generating ideas, structuring your essay, improving sentence clarity and grammar, or managing your time. As mentors and mentees meet […]

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History Matters Series – Refugee or Migrant? The European Crisis in Historical Perspective As the Syrian war draws on and the ranks of displaced people grow ever larger, Europe arguably faces its largest refugee crisis since the second world war. The movement of people across the Mediterranean and the Balkans has alternately revealed official incapacity, reactionary […]

Dear ’19, It’s Not Too Early to Think SPRING! As you plan your courses this fall, keep the Wesleyan “Spring Intensive” in mind. This new opportunity will allow you to plunge into a new course every three weeks and to intensively focus on project or topic at a time rather than balancing several. The goal […]

Information Psychology Courses

Psychology Department Course Updates PSYC 203: Sec 02 Quantitative Methods will be cancelled due to low enrollment. If you were thinking of making a request for this course, please choose Section 01 instead. Below is a description of Sec 01 of the course (including a new proposed course time — please read carefully!). PSYC 203: […]

New History course available

Still looking for a fourth class? Consider taking HIST 319: Crisis, Creativity and Modernity in the Weimar Republic, 1918-1933. W, 1:10-4:00 pm, ALLB 304. There are no prerequisites for this course. Even though this is listed as an advanced History seminar, the pace and content does not differ much from frosh and sophomore seminars that […]

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