Deloitte Consulting Information Session and Meet n’ Greet
From 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm learn about the array of post-graduate opportunities that Deloitte Consulting’s Business Analyst program has to offer from a group of Wesleyan Alumni (Rob Cho’ 91, Jed Rosenbaum ’02, Kara Hayward ’10, Jayvan Mitchell ’11, and Eric Mandell ’11).
From 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm meet with David Rosenblum ’75 P’09, Deloitte Consulting’s National Managing Director of Consulting Corporate Developement and Wesleyan Board of Trustees member.
Refreshments will be provided.
Date: Sept. 25 – Sept. 25
Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Place: Usdan 108
(Do click on the picture for a flyer of the events.)
From Audrey Haynes ’12:
Come audition to be a part of Wesleyan’s oldest student-run dance show! No dance experience is necessary and all styles are accepted and encouraged. Wear something movement-friendly that will stand out.
If you’re interested in choreographing, contact fbuzzi@wes. We love all styles and have pretty much seen it all, from contemporary to salsa to satire to sword dancing.
We’ll have auditions for Terp Core after general auditions.
Contact fbuzzi@wes or nowens@wes if you have any questions!
Dancing is hot.
Date: Sunday, September 25, 2011
Time: 2:00PM- 5:00PM
Place: Fayerweather Dance Studio
Beautiful Blair Laurie ’12 wants you to know this is going on in 10 hours:
What can you do in a day? Come see the end-result of several original short plays assembled in just 24 hours!
Tickets available at the Usdan Box Office Saturday, September 24 10-4:30pm or at the door.
For more information contact Blair Laurie at blaurie [at] wesleyan [dot] edu.
- Date: Tonight, September 24th
- Time: 8:00pm-9:30pm
- Place: Patricelli ’92 Theater
- Cost: $0
- Facebook: Here
A note about the Freshman Writing Contest from the Ford Fellows:
Dear Class of 2015 Writers,
*Winner(s) will be published on the Wesleyan Writing Blog (everyone’s first stop for all things Wes Writing-related; in other words, amazing exposure for your work!) If you win, you get to say you’ve been published, that you’ve won a writing contest.. and that’s nothing to sneeze at!
*That’s right, we said “winner(s).” More than one awesome entry? More than one winner!
*We welcome creative and critical work! The point is: show us your stuff! Do you write awesome poetry? Write a poem about Fukushima, or a poem with lines that begin “American power is…” Use one of Mitch Epstein’s photos to inspire you – heck, write about one of his photos! Write journalism, a personal essay, an imagined dystopia; write about blackouts, about space travel, about nuclear waste…
*You know how we said you have to cite the First Year Matters readings? Don’t worry about it! Just write something!
*Professors read our blog. Students read our blog. Wesleyan librarians read our blog. Parents read our blog. Alumni read our blog. We bet even Michael Roth reads our blog. You want your work on our blog!!