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WesAGE Interest Meeting

Old woman and teen girl playing scrabble

Rachel Earnhardt ’17 writes in:

WesAGE (Wesleyan Alliance for Generational Exchange) aims tofacilitate mutually beneficial relationships between Wesleyan studentsand the elderly members of the Middletown community through a networkof outreach programs. Members have the opportunity to engage in weeklygroup social hours (which often involve playing Scrabble and Bingo orsocializing with wiser souls) at One MacDonough Senior Center on MainStreet or individual visits with their own elderly companion.If you are interested in learning more, please join us for an interest meeting this Monday. Candy provided.

Date: Monday, September 14th
Time: 4:45 PM- 5:20 PM
Place: Albritton 103

Espwesso is Hiring (2 Positions)


From Samantha Sikder ’14:

Espwesso is hiring again!

Unfortunately, the senior members of our staff will soon be blooming and taking flight. We are still trying to convince them to take up residence in the Espwesso storage closet, barista-ing by night…

As of now, it looks like we are in need of some fresh, young, coffee-loving faces! Espwesso is seeking applicants who are passionate about coffee and excited to learn and master premium barista techniques. Apply to become a part of our sustainable mission to provide quality coffee to the community!

**Note: Espwesso will be closed this week, starting tomorrow, Jan 20. It will open again on Sunday night, Jan 26.**

Study on Creativity

Participate in a Study on Creativity and get $10!! From Emily Hunt ’13:

Professor Stemler’s research lab has just created a new study to measure creativity in a college setting… and we need YOUR help! For only one hour of your time, you’ll make $10 for taking a test that is fun and engaging!

Slots are currently open for this SUNDAY, from 4-5PM and 8-9PM, but we can work around your schedule as well. If interested, email eahunt[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.

Date: Sunday April 29
Time: 4:00PM – 5:00 PM and 8:00PM – 9:00PM
Place: Albritton 204

Lunch & Panel Discussion on the 2010 Midterm Elections

What better way to process and discuss yesterday’s midterm election results than with a lunch and panel discussion with two distinguished professors of Government?

Janine Zaltsman ’11 has the details:

Come to a lunch and panel discussion with Professors Erika Fowler and Elvin Lim on the 2010 midterm elections and What The Results Can Mean For America’s Political Future. Brought to you by the Government Majors Committee. Pizza will be provided.

  • Date: Friday, November 5
  • Time: Noon – 1:00 PM
  • Place: Albritton Terrace (third floor)
  • Cost: