Because you might need a place to live

Looking for a place to live next semester? Check out these offerings:

Pedro Ventura ’10 writes that there are a few room openings in Eclectic for next semester. If you’re interested, email Pedro at pventura@wes before Wednesday at 3:00 PM. You’ll need to fill out an application, but you don’t have to be a member of Eclectic in order to live in the house.

Sarice Greenstein ’10 writes:

Outhouse is now accepting applications for the spring semester. Outhouse is a program house (with beautiful rooms and three refrigerators) for people who love to be outside, and it serves as a base for the Wesleyan Outing Club. If you are a sophomore or junior, you can apply! Applications are due Friday. Please email Sarice at egreenstein@wes to get an application.

Carlo Francisco ’11 writes:

Asian/Asian-American House will have two open singles next semester. Interested sophomores, juniors, and seniors may email Mikako, the house manager, at mtai@wes to ask for an application. We welcome anyone with an interest in Asian culture and/or Asian-American social issues. We have a kitchen, washing machine and dryer, 4 bathrooms for 7 singles, and a pretty kick-ass common area. Best of all, we are great people (at least in my opinion).

[Edit by Mad]:
Paolo Speirn ’10 writes:

Committed to sustainability? Want to be part of an ecological community? Want to help define what that means, and live in a beautiful house while you do it? EARTH HOUSE is accepting applications for the spring semester. To request one or to get more information, email pspeirn@wesleyan.edu. Apps are due back by FRIDAY.

[Edit by Jacon]: Incidentally, according to Gail Winter at the Office of International Studies, there are about ten more people coming back from abroad then there are people leaving. So [good] housing might be a bit tight.

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