The blog of our beloved Mikey Roth ’78 has some good advice:
The multiplicity of groups [“communities that make up the Wesleyan world”] is exciting, but it also creates challenges for bringing people together in shared purpose, study, even celebration. There are conflicts among our diverse groups over politics, economics, food, personal choices. But we should remember also what we have in common: a devotion to the freedom (and affection) in which education can thrive.
As your final exams wind down and your sleep pattern inches back to normal, let’s remember what unites us as students here at Wesleyan.
Have a great break!