Fire Safety Fun?

Barbara Spalding of Campus Fire Safety writes in:

Today from 10 am -2pm on the east side of Usdan, we will be doing fire extinguisher training for anyone interested. The Middletown Fire Department will also be there with their smoke trailer and maybe an engine company too. Get information about fire safety inspections, prohibited items, and other fire prevention ideas.

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12 thoughts on “Fire Safety Fun?

  1. Anonymous

    No. She has these two lesbian deputies who ride along with her. They’re the real devils. Not because they’re lesbians though. I love lesbians. They just happen to be lesbians. I mean, the truth is, i dont actually know for a fact if they’re lesbians, but they look like lesbians. And i know that having short hair and wearing cargo short doesnt necessarily mean you’re a lesbian, but they just generally give off lesbian vibes, so you’ll have to trust me.

  2. Anonymous

    No. She has these two lesbian deputies who ride along with her. They’re the real devils. Not because they’re lesbians though. I love lesbians. They just happen to be lesbians. I mean, the truth is, i dont actually know for a fact if they’re lesbians, but they look like lesbians. And i know that having short hair and wearing cargo short doesnt necessarily mean you’re a lesbian, but they just generally give off lesbian vibes, so you’ll have to trust me.

  3. Anonymous

    Barbara Spalding is satanic. My least favorite staff person at Wesleyan by far, hands down, ultimately. Ugh.

  4. Anonymous

    Barbara Spalding is satanic. My least favorite staff person at Wesleyan by far, hands down, ultimately. Ugh.

  5. Anonymous

    I don’t know if it is still around (it seems like it is not), but there used to be a considerable push among some students at wesleyan to create more “sub free” events (remember the sub free party in nic in 04-05?). I think this labeling is a positive thing, as it shows the often less vocal group of non-drinkers activities where they don’t have to be the awkward sober one – everyone can have fun in the same state of mind. If you like substances, then just ignore the tags. If you don’t or are looking for an activity that’s dry, the tags are a great way to find fun things to do!

  6. Anonymous

    I don’t know if it is still around (it seems like it is not), but there used to be a considerable push among some students at wesleyan to create more “sub free” events (remember the sub free party in nic in 04-05?). I think this labeling is a positive thing, as it shows the often less vocal group of non-drinkers activities where they don’t have to be the awkward sober one – everyone can have fun in the same state of mind. If you like substances, then just ignore the tags. If you don’t or are looking for an activity that’s dry, the tags are a great way to find fun things to do!

  7. Anonymous

    I absolutely looooove Wesleying, but I kinda have to agree about the sub-free thing. I think it’s obvious that pretty much every event posted is “sub-free,” and even if it isn’t, which is doubtful considering they’re willing to advertise on Wesleying, then I think people can handle being around “substances” and making decisions on their own. This seems like a school propaganda move more than a Wesleying move.Though let me reiterate that I think Wesleying is great! And this is coming from a senior who realizes very well what life was like without such a wonderful service.

  8. Anonymous

    I absolutely looooove Wesleying, but I kinda have to agree about the sub-free thing. I think it’s obvious that pretty much every event posted is “sub-free,” and even if it isn’t, which is doubtful considering they’re willing to advertise on Wesleying, then I think people can handle being around “substances” and making decisions on their own. This seems like a school propaganda move more than a Wesleying move.

    Though let me reiterate that I think Wesleying is great! And this is coming from a senior who realizes very well what life was like without such a wonderful service.

  9. Anonymous

    yo what’s up with half the events you guys post being tagged as “sub-free?” is that substance free. people can’t make the decision on their own? we’re grownups now, should be able to judge what’s appropriate in terms of intoxication levels for various events. guess not though

  10. Anonymous

    yo what’s up with half the events you guys post being tagged as “sub-free?” is that substance free. people can’t make the decision on their own? we’re grownups now, should be able to judge what’s appropriate in terms of intoxication levels for various events. guess not though

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