Izzy Rode ’14 wants you to question… question justice, that is:
Following up on the conversation Greg Goldberg facilitated on the
subject of “Marriage and Queers” a few weeks ago, QueerWes presents an
open, informal conversation on the subject of “Justice for Queers”.
Margot Weiss will be joining us to facilitate. Bring thoughts,
enthusiasm, and/or questions!
Dinner will be served.
Date: Wednesday, November 28th Time: 6-8pm Place: Open House (154 Church) or The Bayit (157 Church) if we exceed capacity Cost: zero Meal: Dinner. For you.
Do you believe our government reflects values of democracy, efficiency, equality, and flexibility? Do you think we need to change
how we govern ourselves in the 21st century? On Inauguration Day 2013 the Roosevelt Institute will submit to the White House a report compiled from campuses around the country on what we, the Millennials, think the role of our government should be. Make sure Wesleyan’s voice is heard! By participating in a Government By and For workshop you will provide invaluable data and new ideas for the final report. Help us get the conversation started about what our generation wants to see from our leadership! For more information, watch the video, click here, or contact Amy (aedavis@wes) or Joel (jhochman@wes).
Once you graduate, do you want to take a job that teaches you valuable career skills, puts you in with a supportive peer group, encourages you to think creatively, and empowers you to contribute to social good?
If you answered YES to these questions, you may be interested in Venture For America, a new nonprofit organization that matches high achieving college students with full-time jobs (read: NOT internships) at start-up companies in cities across the country.
VFA Fellows attend an intense summer training program in broadly applicable business skills (i.e. financial analysis/modeling, project management, sales, search engine optimization/marketing, taking care of business, etc.) before spending two years working at a start-up company that fits their individual skills, interests, and experience. Note that this opportunity is open to students from all majors, and no prior business experience is required.
’bout time! Hermes, Wesleyan’s “magazine of political, critical, and creative thought”, “longest running progressive publication”, “second-largest phallic object on campus”, “quarterly journal of biblical hermeneutics”, and “, is accepting submissions for its first issue of the school year. The collective speaks once more:
Look around you.
This is a moment.
There are lots of moments.
But this is a moment.
History or whatever.
Hermes wants to hear about it.
Hermes wants to read about it.
Hermes wants to be it.
Think about your life and whatsgoingon around you.
Submit to Hermes: wesleyanhermes[a]gmail[d]com
Deadline Thursday November 29th. Hermes loves you.
Contact: wesleyanhermes(at)gmail(dot)com Deadline: This Thursday, the 29th Make Sure To: Write that down in your copy book now. I Just: Rediscovered the old Hermes WordPress. Look at it.