As campus clears out (and your classes get emptier and emptier due to students leaving early for break), those of you sticking around for all or part of break may be wondering what’s going to be open.
WesShop is closing at 4 PM today, and will remain closed until 4 PM Sunday, so be sure to get your last grocery run in within the next few hours! The offerings at this point will likely be sparse, but you can probably come up with some creative dishes to stay nourished as you hibernate in your dorm/house/Olin/SciLi. Read on for the rest of the Thanksgiving Break Hours for various facilities and services around campus!
It’s finally Thanksgiving break, and whatever your plans, we hope you have fun and enjoy pretending you don’t have so much homework taking a break! To everyone going home, good luck talking politics with your families and avoiding high school acquaintances at the grocery store! To those staying on campus (like two-thirds of your favorite Wesleying editors!), look before the jump to find out what (limited) resources are available during break.
Have books you don’t want to keep? Please donate them to the Friends of the Wesleyan Library. Book donation bins are in Olin Lobby and Sci Li lobby, or contact libfriends[at]wesleyan[dot]edu for larger donations. All proceeds help support library projects, such as events and the preservation of special books.
It’s Thanksgiving break (!), and wherever you are, I hope you have a relaxing, good time these next few days. Maybe it’ll be more peaceful where you are, unlike on campus where there are 24/7 sirens (unless you are on campus over break, in which case, hmph).
If you’re not in the Thanksgivingspirit already, I encourage you to get into it with this old, old classic, “Tryptophantasm,” starring Sam Korda ’13,Solomon Billinkoff ’14, Eliza Forman ’13, and Stephan Stansfield ’13. By the end of it, or at least in a couple days, you’ll feel like you’re suspended in a sea of cranberry sauce for eternity…
If you’re one of the miserable hermits who answered “I’ve been here working on my thesis since January 2” in our current weekly poll, rejoice: you can stop subsisting entirely on chex mix now. After a long winter rest, Weshop is coming out of hibernation today at 2 p.m. It’ll be back to normal hours tomorrow (though the options may be somewhat erratic for a while).
The Usdan Marketplace also makes its triumphant return tonight, for dinner. Here’s the full dining schedule, via Usdan’s website:
Hunkering down on campus? Read this. Don’t read this.
Happy Thanksgiving, Weszzleyan. We encourage you to celebrate the day with an old classic, “Tryptophantasm.” Starring Sam Korda ’13, Solomon Billinkoff ’14, Eliza Forman ’13, and Stephan Stansfield ’13, it’ll have you feeling like you’re suspended in a sea of cranberry sauce for eternity in no time. Though you may feel that way anyway by the time you read this…
Have a fantastic Thanksgiving break Wes! TREAT YO’ SELF whether you’re on or off campus!
Staying on campus over break? Good for you, you studious studier. The Thanksgiving Break dining schedule is your friend. Consult it wisely. There isn’t much food to be had between now and Saturday (both WesWings and Red & Black are also closed until then), but Main Street is only a scant few blocks from your dorm. So is Marco’s Deli. Choose wisely.
Turkey Day is on the horizon, and you want to know how to get to there from here, right? The Transportation Committee’s got your back:
The most-anticipated break of this semester is on its way! We here at WSA are going to help you get back home and taste the delicious turducken (if that’s your tradition). The deadline to buy your tickets (for both departure and return) is tomorrow, Saturday November 17th. You can go the Box Office in Usdan or order online.
The buses to New York and to Boston are sold out, though there are a very limited number of seats still available for the return trip. There are also a very limited number of seats left on the bus to Philadelphia and DC. There are still plenty of seats available on the shuttles to and from New Haven and Bradley.
Our shuttles will depart from Usdan and arrive at Bradley International Airport, New Haven Train Station, New York, Boston, DC, and Philly. For both specific schedules and price information please see the schedule below or the attachment to this email.
Shuttles will depart on time, and will not attempt to locate missing passengers. Here is the schedule for the shuttles:
Hey guys, Fall Break. It’s just a four-day weekend, but that’s okay with us. Wesleying will be a bit quiet over the next few days. Frankly, we’re still pretty pooped from getting a little schwasty during the Vice Presidential Debate last night, but don’t mind us. Everything’s cool. If you’re looking for somewhere else to procrastinate, I humbly recommend Pretty Colors.
If you’re having yourself an old-fashioned staycation (side note: this Wikipedia article has one of the best photo choices imaginable), do remember to eat. Marco’s Deli is your friend. Red & Black is open regular hours all weekend. Main Street is only like two blocks away. Usdan will not be your destination. Here’s a glimpse at the Fall Break Dining Hours on campus:
Tryna get home in five short days? A few anonymous shoutboxers have written in asking about Fall Break shuttles. As always, Wesleyan offers shuttles to Union Station (that’s New Haven), Bradley International Airport, South Station in Boston, and Grand Central and Penn Stations in New York. Tickets can be reserved at the Box Office in Usdan or the Online Box Office before Wednesday, October 10. Here’s the full schedule, courtesy of Finance and Facilities Committee Chair Andrew Trexler ’14:
Thursday, Oct 11th: shuttle departs Wesleyan from Usdan University Center at 6:00pm
Friday, Oct 12th: shuttles depart Wesleyan from Usdan at 11:00am and 6:00pm
Tuesday, Oct 16th: shuttles depart New Haven train station at Noon and 5:00pm
Welcome back to campus! Reconnect with friends–or meet some new ones–talk about your summers and how the first two days of school have been. College work seem overwhelming? We have snacks, coloring books, connect-the-dots, and stories with Erhard!
Date: Tomorrow, September 3 Time: 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm Place: Alpha Delta Phi (185 High St.)