The members of 128A Church j chillin in the wonderful outdoors.
This ThesisCrazy is a group interview with three dudes, Benjamin Yap ‘18, Alex Fabry ‘18, and Matt Kleppner ‘18. To be clear, they did not all do their these together, in fact this group interview covers three different theses. However, the three of them do live in the same house, so hit them up at 128A Church!
To check out Part 5, go here.
Dive into their theses after the jump!
Emily looking super hyped while telling us about how she had to go to LA for her thesis. Are we jealous? N…..yes. yes we are.
Welcome back to ThesisCrazy! In this installment, we have a thesiswriter who got to go to LA on Wesleyan’s dime, another writing about extragalactic teenagers and intermediate mass, and the last writer’s thesis is about human coping mechanisms.
Check out Part 4 here!
Thesising after the jump.
Sahil smiling because he’s on the final stretch of his thesis woohoo!
Let’s talk about ThesisCrazy, baby.
In this here post we’ve got some CSS and we’ve got some Econ. We’re talking about androids and we’re talking about healthcare in America, two very hot topics right now. @Zach Lambros BA ’17 MA ’18 road to the ‘cacs bb.
Check out Part 3 here.
Thesising after the jump.
Welcome back to Thesis Crazy 2018! It’s been a little slow, but we have about 40 interviews left for you all to see, so these next few days are gonna be mad busy. You know who else is mad busy this weekend? Thesis writers. Don’t forget to block out time to PRINT OUT YOUR THESES. I just learned that’s a thing. It’s 2017, but I’m all for analog theses.
Check out Part 2 here and the archive here!
Come w/ me and get your thesis
Sara in her thesis carrel talking about how badass her grandma is.
Welcome to the second installment of THESISCRAZY 2018! You thought we died because there hasn’t been a post in a week, but you were wrong! The thesis writers in this post are pheNOMENAL so get ready to ~dive into their lives~. We’re in the final stretch (one week left!!!!)
Check out Part 1 here and the archive here!
Get yo thesis on after the jump
Melissa with one of the balloons she will be projecting her videos onto.
Welcome to them first installment of THESISCRAZY 2018! For this first installment, I think we’re going to be breaking a record. This year, we have our first interviews with Studio Art majors! And they’re all included in this installment! Exhibitions open today, April 3rd, and the first reception is tomorrow, April 4th.
If you’re interested in being interviewed for a THESISCRAZY interview, please fill out this google form! If you’re interested in reading interviews from previous years, look here.
Thesis-ing is after the jump.
On February 15th, President Roth emailed an announcement of this year’s commencement speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients. The 186th Commencement Address will be delivered by Daniel Handler ’92, also known under his pen name Lemony Snicket. Fellow degree recipients are Anita Hill, Professor of Social Policy, Law, and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Brandeis University, and Joshua Boger ’73, scientist and chair emeritus of the Wesleyan Board of Trustees. Commencement will be Sunday, May 27, 2018.
The decision has sparked conversation among students, both in light of Handler’s past controversial remarks and the ongoing #MeToo movement, for which Anita Hill laid the foundation when, in 1991, she testified against Clarence Thomas’s Supreme Court nomination on the basis of sexual harassment. Sarah Chen Small ’18 has written in with a response to the commencement decisions, which you view below along with President Roth’s original announcement email:
“[My New Year’s Resolution is to] try to just calm myself down. It’s like Sid wants to see that side of me. He’s like, ‘You know, I know there’s a side to you and I am going to push every single button until I get it out of you, daddy” ? Jason Biggs
This article was in collaboration between fern and un meli-melo
It’s been another crazy year with Trump, North Korea, devastating natural disasters, and a solar eclipse. With 2017 behind us, we’re going to take a moment to look back on the happenings of the past year here at Wesleyan. Wesleying‘s done a Year in Review ever since 2012 when hermes began the series. The goal is to sum up the major stories—both serious and Fun—that we’ve covered throughout the year.
If you’re into /history/, read past Year in Reviews to see how writing quality diminishes as GenZ begins to move through the secondary education system: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.
Disclaimer: We may have forgotten to mention some things. Since this is a review of some of what we’ve covered on this blog, there will necessarily be things missing and many of the topics included here are still developing and are certainly not over!!! So, if you think we missed anything important, please leave a comment or email us at staff[at]wesleying[dot]org with any moments and/or details you found essential to the character of 2017 at Wesleyan :)
Content warning: This article discusses issues around sexual assault on campus and Scott Backer’s arrest.
“She was a fierce and loving friend to me and many others. She didn’t take shit but knew how to be silly. We all miss her so much already.”
Last week, we received some sad news about the passing of Alex Hartley ’10. We’re publishing some words of remembrance from Lena Solow ’12, who was a close friend of Alex. There will be a formal gathering to remember Alex in Boston on Saturday, October 7th from 1:30-3:30PM at the The Humanist Hub.
The deadline for filling out the Local Co-Op Survey is tomorrow at 5PM. If you’re a first-timer, co-op can be really confusing. There are at least 9 different co-ops to choose from, and the distribution method for each one can be different. Things only get more complicated if you live in a program house, a low rise apartment, or a senior house and are trying to form a group of 4 or more people, bUT yOU AlL wANt DifFFeREnt ThINgs!!!!!
It’s actually a huge problem. You may not want a full share of anything yourself but, as per co-op rules, your group must buy in whole numbers of shares. And, it’s somewhat difficult to figure out all these ratios as you are filling out the survey. Only one person can fill out the survey, and so if you don’t already know everything you want, your entire group has to be in the same room looking at the survey together.
davíd made a google sheet that addresses these issues. You and your group members can use the sheet to get a preliminary feel for how much each person wants to contribute to your weekly co-op cornucopia. More after the jump: