Ari Rudess ’15 writes in:
WesStuffed founders Ari Rudess ’15 and Alex Irace ’15 are looking for a fearless leader(s) to manage Wesleyan’s official food blog. Everything is established: the domain name, the publicity initiatives, and the connections with Middletown restaurants and on-campus eateries (we promise you will never go hungry again.) The only qualifications are that you love food, enjoy writing, and are interested and committed to taking the reigns on this endeavor. If you’re the next overlord of WesStuffed, shoot an email to arudess[at]wesleyan[dot]edu and cc. lhess[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.
If taking charge is too daunting, but you want to get involved, email arudess[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.
Love it or hate it, the wesstation and the package center are integral parts of the Wesleyan experience. And it just got a lot easier, although not necessarily more efficient, to receive your packages. As you have probably noticed, wesstation and the package center have consolidated into a spiffy, newly renovated centralized space in the Usdan basement. Wesstation took over the old package center and the package center moved next door to B22, formerly a music practice room.
To find out more about the new consolidation, I sat down with Danielle Salafia, a postal clerk who has worked at Wes for almost 17 years. The following is a shortened version of our interview:
Ever wonder how hipsters at Wes discover obscure artists? Well this post isn’t going to tell you because then they would become mainstream and suck. However, you might be a little more welcome on the quiet side after visiting some of these art blogs:
From Alex Irace ’15:
Come to Usdan 110 this Sunday at 7 PM to hear about how you can get involved in Wesleyan’s official food blog, WesStuffed. We’re looking for writers, photographers, and tech/PR staff. Great opportunity to gain experience in writing and digital media!
Check us out at www.wesstuffed.com!
Date: Sunday, March 2 2014
Time: 7:00 PM – 7:45 PM
Place: Usdan, room 110
drawings by Hannah Baker and Jason Katzenstein [all drawings from Katzenstein ’13’s blog, Literally Drawn Lyrics]
You may not have known but probably expected that some of our brilliant peers are killing it in the online realm. Once upon a while ago, frostedmoose did a post on some Gov professors in the blogospher
e. Abrogs have gotten attention
. But this doesn’t even begin to cover it. I compiled a list of some of the more well-known bloggers among us– complete with blurbs from the bloggers themselves! You’re missing some QUALITY bloggin’ if you haven’t checked these girls (see what I did there?) out:
From Talia Baurer ’15:
What is the state of the feminist movement today? Where is it “moving”? How do we build a feminist movement that centers the needs of trans* people and people of color? If you are curious about these topics, have an opinion on these topics, have heard these topics discussed on campus (and want to know more), love Feministing, love panels, love PAC, love having opinions about things (yes, every Wesleyan student, that means you)… come hear Feministing editors Jos Truitt and Katie Halper, and Shira Engel (!!), speak and answer questions on these questions on Thursday, November 21st at 6 PM in PAC 001! Want to know more about our speakers? Read their bios here (note: Katie is a Wes alum!).
Brought to you by: Adolescent Sexual Health Awareness (ASHA), Students for Consent and Communication, Womanist House, Women of Color House, Open House, Chi Psi, and Planned Parenthood
Sponsored by: WesWell; CAPS; the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship; SALD; and the African American Studies, FGSS, and English departments
Date: Thursday, November 21
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Place: PAC 001
Laura “The Hess Truck’s Back and It’s Better than Ever” Hess ’16 knows you like instagramming pictures of your food:
WesStuffed, the Wes food blog, is having a meeting at Full House at 3 tomorrow. It’s open to any interested writers, editors, photographers, and foodies!
Date: Sunday, September 22
Place: Full House (202 Wash)
Yes, reader, that includes you. Coming at you from Marissa Castrigno ’15:
Everyone is Gay began as a humorous advice blog, but quickly became a multi-faceted safe haven for young people – particularly queer youth, their families and friends. In fall of 2011, Everyone is Gay began touring school campuses nationwide to raise awareness, answer questions, and provide simple yet powerful steps for bringing change and awareness to communities… while keeping everyone laughing.
Date: Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
Time: 7:00–8:30 PM
Place: CFA Hall
The indefatigable Ari Rudess ’15 writes in with a great blogging opportunity for all you food lovers out there (and we all know that every Wesleyan student fits under this category so yeah, do this):
Interested in working for Wesleyan and Middletown food blog WesStuffed? Come to our info session this Wednesday and learn about how you can become involved. It will be short. We promise!
Date: Wednesday, February 13th
Place: 41 Wyllys Ave Room 114
Cost: Nothing, bro.