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We$hop: Fancy (You Already Know), But Why so Expensive?

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If you’ve visited Weshop this year (everyone, right?), you’ve probably noticed some changes to the layout from last year. There’s more space, some tables in the middle, and new products, it seems. I talked to Weshop director Gary Kriksciun, who explained that the new layout is intended to open up the store–creating a better flow and providing a better shopping experience, one of Bon Appetit’s primary goals. The tables often offer sale items, and sometimes have a seasonal flair (like the Halloween table). However, if you notice new products, it’s because—according to Kriksciun—Weshop is “constantly adding new products.”

Of course, there’s the kicker: WHY IS WESHOP SO EXPENSIVE?

Participate in Psych Study on Bilingualism

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Do you speak better spanish than I do? Almost certainly. But are you bilingual? Carina Kurban ’14 wants to know:

Bilingual in English and Spanish?
Want $10 cash?
Participate in an online Psych study on bilingualism and get paid for procrastinating!
Find out your eligibility by completing this short survey.
Contact bilingualismstudy[at]wesleyan[dot]edu for details.

Deadline: Saturday April 27th
Click: Here
Make: $10

Jonathan Toubin’s Soul Clap & Dance-Off

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From Ethan Hill ’16:

DJ Jonathan Toubin is bringing his NY Night Train Soul Clap & Dance-Off to Eclectic THIS SATURDAY!

GET DOWN… all night long to the extra-exceptional, explosive, and exquisite 1960s soul 45s of globe-trotting New York DJ Mr Jonathan Toubin!

GET IN… the 12am DANCE-OFF for a CASH MONEY PRIZE

OPENING… will be DJ Michael Vaughan, playing a set of groovy disco jams to start off the night!

CATCH THE SOUL CLAP!

Date: Saturday, February 23
Time: 10 pm – 2 am
Place: Eclectic
Cost: Free

Angel Investment and Venture Capital Info Session

From Brenda Straker:

Acquiring angel investment or venture capital is often the first goal for many emerging entrepreneurs. However, many startups pursue this type of investment before they are ready. We’ll talk about what angel investors and venture capitalists are looking for from start ups before they invest including

1: planning, documentation and proof of concept
2: criteria used to evaluate business plans
3: rates and pace of return that they ask for in return for their investment.

Check out the Patricelli Center‘s website for more information on similar events.

Date: Tuesday, October 2
Time: 5 pm to 6:30 pm
Place: Downey House, Hobbs classroom 113
Cost: Free

Wesleying Needs You

Anonymous commenters, shoutbox-ers, ACB-ers: You want Wesleying not to crash every Finals Week (or other sporadic moments throughout the year).  You want Wesleying to be more user friendly.  You want to be able to sort through posts easier.  You want aesthetic changes to be made quicker.  You want it? You got it — That is, of course, if you can help us make that happen. We gots no money! Our server contract ends this year, and we are hoping to upgrade so Wesleying.2011 can be better, faster, stronger.  With your fund$ we can:

  • renew our contract, stay online
  • upgrade our server! no more annoying 503s!
  • have some $$$ to make Wesleying even more user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing (although we know you all loved the “Wesleying: a website for students who go here to Wesleyan” banner, having some money would make our redesigns faster and more professional)
  • keep Wesleying 100% independent – We would like to remain completely financially independent and non-university affiliated (no SBC funds). Wesleying was created to be an independent student blog, and while it may only be symbolic, we’d like to have the independence to go on rants about the University like with the Tour de Franzia crackdown or the Fountain Avenue fiasco, or just post pictures of students in their underwear with Michael Roth’s face pasted on.

While Wesleying may not give you a sweet tote bag like NPR does, here are some reasons you should support us: Wesleying presents: Uncle Roth

  • because you love us? maybe?
  • you’re a student who reads Wesleying during lectures, in Olin, when you want to see the S&C menu, for fun Ye Olde Wesleyan posts, and because you need a Wesleyan internet aggregator to keep you informed of when WesCam is up and running, of the existence of WesBreasts and WesTacles…or you want to find out who is lecturing at CHUM.
  • you’re a rich alum or parent who’s too cool to want hir name on a building.  Wesleying keeps you updated on what’s going on better than any Wesleyan listserv.  Or you’re a poor alum with Cardinal spirit, an internet addiction, and $1 to spare.
  • For a forum where students, administrators, administrators posing as students and students posing as administrators can discuss campus policies and news.
  • For our dearly departed Sheek and Holly and Xue and so many others!

So if you are so inclined, make your donation to Wesleying’s PayPal account whether you’re a student, a parent, an alum, or just someone who googled “sex party.”  You can donate any amount you wish, and show some class pride by adding your class year in cents (i.e. Michael Roth ’78, donate $100.78!  Poor alum ’10, donate $1.10!).  At least join the facebook event and spread it to your friends.


With love,

All of us at Wesleying

[Thanks to David Shimomura ’13 for photoshopping the awesome ‘Uncle Roth’ image for me for this post.]

Max Nussenbaum ’12 on “Millionaire”

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Max Nussenbaum ’12 — you may know him from the prom wars — is appearing on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire this Wednesday and Thursday, from noon to 12:30. He’s not allowed to disclose how much he won until after the show airs, but tune in to cheer him on anyway! Don’t have a TV? You can watch in ADP’s grotto. WHY did he land on the show, you ask? Check out his audition video:

Date: Wednesday Oct. 6 and Thursday Oct. 7
Time: 12:30-1 pm
Place: TV

By the way Max — for making you famous, you owe me a car.