A chance to talk about real world issues with students who care about them, from Charlie Smith ’15:
Political dialogue on immigration policy can best be characterized as broken or nonexistent. This is particularly disappointing considering that by some estimates a policy of open borders would double world GDP. However, what are the costs, dangers, and challenges associated with a policy of open borders? And do the benefits outweigh the costs?
Come discuss immigration policy and the potential for open borders with Wesleyan Students for a Free Society
Date: Tuesday, April 9th, 2013
Time: 8:30 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 111
Cost: 2x World GDP
Here’s another one from your dedicated Green Street correspondent, Whoever Puts Up the Post ’13:
In the interest of expanding the curriculum offered to students in our After School programming, we are currently seeking proposals for innovative and invigorating arts, science, math, and interdisciplinary courses at the Green Street Arts Center (which is also now home to PIMMS, the Project to Increase the Mastery of Mathematics and Science). Green Street currently offers After School programming to 1st-8th grade students, who elect to enroll in classes from one to five days per week. Classes are typically one hour long and meet once per week. Classes for middle school students are offered on Mondays through Fridays from 3-4:00 p.m and 4-5:00 p.m., while classes for 1st-5th graders are scheduled from 4-5:00 p.m.We currently offer classes in Visual Arts, Dance and Movement, Music, Theater, Science, and interdisciplinary topics, as well. More specifically, our most recent After School course offerings have included such topics as: graffiti, fashion design, animation, art & science, digital photography, mask making, playwriting, improvisational theater, breakdance, hip hop, capoeira, circus, clowning, yoga, songwriting, instrumental music, African drumming, science experiments, sign language, Spanish culture, and more. We strongly encourage the proposal of interdisciplinary classes, especially classes which explore the intersections of art, math, and science.
Katya Sapozhnina ’16 wants you to join the best business/entrepreneurship society EVER:
Wesleyan Entrepreneurship Society (WES²) wants a couple more members to join its team. We are especially looking for programmers to help us with some start-ups. We already entered a competition and have some projects we are working on. For example, we have some great ideas for iPhone apps. If you are creative, motivated, and generally awesome or just want more information e-mail Katya Sapozhnina at ysapozhnina(at)wesleyan(dot)edu ASAP.
Contact: Katya Sapozhnina at ysapozhnina(at)wesleyan(dot)edu
Did you know Alma Sanchez-Eppler ’14 has a hyphenated last name? The hyphen’s right there; see for yourself! The world is crazy sometimes!!!
Hello Wes Activist!
Do you love the UOC?
Would you want to support the work of student activists, oversee this amazing student space, and get paid while doing it?
The office of Student Activities and Leadership Development is now accepting applicants for next year’s University Organizing Center Intern. Click HERE to learn more about the position.
Click HERE to Apply!
The deadline for applications is April 18.
Go to bed. Right now. Olivia Ford ’13 wants to see you at Green Street tomorrow: