Julian Azaret ’13 wants to ride a human-powered, pedal-driven, single-track vehicle avec vous:
First group ride open to all. We will ride about 20mi at a leisurely pace, no drop, come enjoy beautiful weather.
Meet outside Weshop.
Date: Sunday, September 2
Time: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Place: meet outside WeShop
This event is also a friendly local reminder that the day of glory has arrived: WeShop has come out of its seasonal hibernation.
If you’re still looking for cheap, useful stuff to buy, go to the Waste Not! tag sale this weekend:
Need a loveseat to canoodle on? How about a mini Buddha figurine to match with your Tibetan prayer flags? Fretting over how to launder your comforter without tennis balls? Waste Not!, Wesleyan’s annual tag sale, has all of these things, plus an extensive collection of tutus and a pristine Batman statue.
Every spring, students donate items that they not longer need or want, and we store them over the summer to sell in the fall. We have mini-fridges, outdoor furniture, couches, clothing, costumes, kitchenware, and tons of miscellaneous, often hilarious, items for you to buy at extremely low prices. It’s Wesleyan thrifting!
The proceeds go to sustain the Waste Not! program (pay for storage, etc.) and extra goes to charity, so come support us! We’ve been working hard to sort through all this stuff and it kind of feels like we’ve been touching hundreds of really sweaty people for hours.
Maxwell D. Brivic III ’13, Chief Executive Officer of Argus International Enterprise™, solicits your involvement in the publication’s future. All class years welcome:
Come to the Argus office on Saturday 9/1 at 1 pm or Sunday 9/2 at 3 pm to learn about working for The Wesleyan Argus. We’re the country’s oldest bi-weekly college newspaper, and we want you. We’re looking for writers, photographers, copy editors and layout staff. All years and levels of experience are welcome!
Date: Saturday, 9/1, and Sunday, 9/2
Time: 1 pm and 3 pm, respectively
Place: The Argus office (above Broad Street Books)
Cost: every Monday and Thursday evening for the rest of your life
Between Commencement demonstrations, meme blogs, and emergency task forces, it’s been a busy summer for need blind-related activism. WSA President Zach Malter ’13, who has made the issue a public priority, invites you to celebrate the start of classes with an informational meeting, co-sponsored by the WSA and the UOC:
Did you know that President Roth has proposed to scale back need blind admissions?
Come learn about the proposed changes to need blind policy and discuss ways to ensure the student voice is heard on the matter. The student meeting, co-sponsored by the Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA) and the University Organizing Center (UOC), will be this Sunday, September 2 at 9pm in Usdan 108. Open to students from all class years, the meeting will be both informational and an opportunity to plan campus activism.
Date: Sunday, September 2
Time: 9:00 pm
Place: Usdan 108
Facebook event: Link