WesWELL discussion with free Typhoon dinner

WesWELL will be hosting a discussion on “The Myth of the Perfect Student”. Added bonus: free dinner from Typhoon!

Rebecca Broches ’08 writes:

Come and discuss Wesleyan culture around academics—the good and the bad (and the occasionally ugly). And eat free Typhoon dinner!

Join in on the second installment of WesWELL’s “Perfectibility Series with Dr. Davis Smith”. Biochem Professor Manju Hingorani, and Freshman class dean Noel Garrett will be joining the Peer Health Advocates and you to discuss the reasons and consequences that Wesleyan students (and college students in general) seem to believe that attaining “Perfect Student-hood” is possible. Study drugs, campus culture, time management skills etc. will be possible topics of conversation.

Date: Tuesday, Feb. 5
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Woodhead Lounge

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6 thoughts on “WesWELL discussion with free Typhoon dinner

  1. Anonymous

    it looks like it is either (1) what Williams College varsity teams are referred to as or (2) what Williams College students call themselves, not sure which

  2. Anonymous

    it looks like it is either (1) what Williams College varsity teams are referred to as or (2) what Williams College students call themselves, not sure which

  3. Brandi

    I’m glad that there is going to be a forum to discuss this at Wes. I did a project on what happens when Ephs fail at things (actually the project was called Ephailure) and, while it seemed like common sense to me, it turned out to be a bigger deal than I had originally intended (it was just supposed to be a winter study project). Anyway, I hope it helps out some students.

  4. Brandi

    I’m glad that there is going to be a forum to discuss this at Wes.

    I did a project on what happens when Ephs fail at things (actually the project was called Ephailure) and, while it seemed like common sense to me, it turned out to be a bigger deal than I had originally intended (it was just supposed to be a winter study project).

    Anyway, I hope it helps out some students.

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