Are you outstanding? Get credit for it.

This just in from Inslee Coddington ’10, the chair of the WSA’s Community Outreach Committee:

The WSA’s Community Outreach Committee is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Cardinal Community Awards. These awards are intended to celebrate the outstanding achievements and work of undergraduate students in their co-curricular activities at Wesleyan. These awards will serve as a formal recognition of the passion, commitment, charisma, diligence, and invaluable contributions of many student leaders. Faculty, staff, community members, and students can nominate any current undergraduate student for one or more awards. Students can also nominate themselves for one or more awards. All winners will receive an award certificate as well as a prize.

Please read the description of the awards attached and complete a separate nomination form for each respective award. Please email your completed nomination forms as well as a current resume of the nominee (if an individual student) no later than Monday, April 21, 2008 by midnight to All students will be notified on Tuesday, April 29, 2008 by noon of their nomination.

The winners for each award will be announced at the Cardinal Community Awards Ceremony to take place on Thursday, May 1, 2008 in the Daniel Family Commons, time TBD. All nominees as well as community members are invited to this ceremony. Please take a few minutes to recognize those students who have devoted so much of their time and energy to ensure that Wesleyan remains such an incredible institution.

We have 10 award categories that recognize leaders in: dance, music, oral performance/presentation, athletics, Residential Life, University Relations and the Office of Admission, student workers, spiritual activities, Greek life, and student groups.

Thank you for your time and interest.
Please email with any questions or concerns.

Detailed information about the 10 awards and a nomination form can be found at Good luck!

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