From SALD Leadership Intern Jordan Gaynes ’14:
This week’s talk will feature a discussion about modern community organizing based on political campaigns and the field experience of one former Obama campaign organizer. While the tactics may seem 21st century, the strategy dates back to Cesar Chavez and can be used in helping all leadership-based organizations.
As usual, lunch is provided!
Date: Tomorrow, October 18th
Place: 41 Wyllys Ave Room 114
Earlier this week, we posted a WSA presidential candidate statement that we received in support of Anwar Batte ’13, the apparent dark horse candidate of the election season. We also put out an open call for campaign submissions. Here’s what we’ve received from challenging party Arya Alizadeh ’13 and Sam Ebb ’13. Spoiler warning: scroll to the end if you just want Arya’s number.
For slightly more obnoxious election coverage, don’t miss our group interview with the candidates and liveblog coverage of the presidential debate.
Dreaming of a Better Wes? Arya and Sam. We’ll Take You There
We’ve heard your complaints about the WSA and about Wesleyan. We want to fix them and we’re ready to take the WSA in a better direction than it’s been going.
Does anyone actually know what the WSA does? Does anyone know who the WSA is?……hmm?…didn’t think so. That’s a problem we want to fix.
How? Vote for us and we will: