- Zach: They want us to post the admissions blog email. Thoughts?
- Esc: I think we should post it.
- Zach: We’ll definitely post it. Question is whether or not to comment, or hint at the meta-headfuck of posting this call for Wesleyan student bloggers on an already established Wesleyan student blog.
- A-Batte: While we’re getting super meta about this, I think saying that the “Question is whether or not to comment, or hint at the meta-headfuck of posting this call for Wesleyan student bloggers on an already established Wesleyan student blog” would be sufficient commentary.
- Zach: head asploded
Without further ado, Tara Lindros, Associate Dean of Admission, wants you to blog about your Wesleyan experience! This is a fantastic opportunity to make money and get prefrosh excited about Wes without leaving your dorm room. Just leave out the part about marching through Beckham chanting about freedom REVEAL IT ALL!:
The Office of Admission is looking for students to blog on the Admission website. All current Wesleyan students from all class years are welcome to apply. Our bloggers must:
- Update their blogs at least once a week and respond to comments.
- Possess good judgment, writing skills, and the willingness to engage that is required to connect with prospective Wesleyan students and others.
- Be comfortable with, or willing to learn, simple HTML text formatting and including multimedia like videos and images into your posts to make them interesting.
Applications are due no later than Monday, March 7 at 12pm (positions will begin around April 1). Please e-mail Tara Lindros, Associate Dean of Admission, at tlindros(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for an application and/or with any questions.
In other belated all-campus listserv news, Karen Warren of ITS has an important clarification regarding password update notifications and scammy phishing emails. Yes, the password update notification is totes legitimate. Regarding “Passsword Update Email vs. Phish,” I think I’d rather rock out to Password Update Email.