Scooters: An Epidemic

According to my fabricated calculations, the scooter uptick in the last 12 months has increased approximately 9-fold. Each day, more and more students are purchasing scooters to hasten their trips to and from their dorms and classes. After a semester in Professor Cohen’s “Global Change and Infectious Disease” class (a fan favorite among the hypochondriacs […]

Bully Pulpit Interactive Information Session

From the Career Center: Join us for an information session with President & Founder, Andrew Bleeker ‘07 and Founding Partner, Ben Clark ’99 of Bully Pulpit Interactive, a digitally-based marketing and communications agency that specializes in public affairs, corporate reputation and social impact. Since their founding in 2009, BPI has applied the lessons of politics […]

2016: A Very Wesleying Year in Review

“Like, I feel like every year has a new energy, and I feel like this year is really about, like, the year of just realizing stuff. And everyone around me, we’re all just, like, realizing things.” – Kylie Jenner, 1/1/16 This article was a collaboration with claire. The talk among popular circles on the Internet is that […]

Wesleyan Bookstore Will Move to Main Street Next Spring

On Wednesday, Michael Roth spoke to a crowd inside 413 Main Street and announced plans to move the Wesleyan Bookstore to that location by next semester. Construction will begin in December and is expected to be completed by next spring. “We’re committed to strengthening the ties between campus and Main Street,” said Roth. “Relocating Wesleyan’s bookstore […]

Wesleyingiversary: Samira Says ‘Sup

Wesleying is “A student life blog run by a bunch of people in their underwear who have nothing better to do.” This is part of our series of Wesleyingiversary interviews. You can find the rest here. You know those alums that tell you cool stories about posts about videos of animals eating other animals outside […]

Michael Kimmelman reads at Russell House

Elizabeth Cettina ’18 writes in: Award-winning author and critic Michael Kimmelman, who has been described as “the most acute American art critic of his generation,” will read from his work on Thursday, April 7th, 2016 at 8:00 pm in Wesleyan University’s Russell House, 350 High Street, Middletown, CT. Kimmelman is the architecture critic for The New York Times and a frequent contributor to […]

2015: A Very Wesleying Year In Review

Hello, campus. Wesleying is NOT BuzzFeed, just to let you know. But we do like to do a wrap-up of the calendar year because (1) institutional memory is shit at colleges, (2) synergy, and (3) lists are cool. Btw this post was compiled with the help of the legendary hermes, who is very 2015 and very […]

THESISCRAZY 2015 (PART 2): Frazzled, Frenzied, and Delirious

For part two of THESISCRAZY 2K15, we interview some seniors making their way though the final week of thesis-writing, and coping by crying cathartically and spending a lot of time on the Internet. To relive old times, Part One is here and THESISCRAZY features from previous years are here. If you’d like to procrastinate and set […]