From Sun Lee ’17:
Open house reception for prospective COL applicants will be held on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 4:30 PM in COL Library, 41 Wyllys Ave (3rd floor). This year the deadline for applications is Monday, March 27, the first day after Spring vacation.
Date: Wednesday, October 12
Place: COL Library (Boger Hall fka 41 Wyllys 3rd Floor)
Like many frosh and others on this campus, you’re probably wondering “wtf is col??” Fortunately for you, The College of Letters is hosting an open house for Frosh interested in becoming COL majors. COL faculty and students will be meeting in the COL library upstairs in 41 Wyllys (“Boger Hall” lol) on Monday Feb. 29th at 4:15. Come find out more about the major, ask us questions, eat from a veggie tray.
Applications are due March 21st at 3pm and can be found here: http://www.wesleyan.edu/col/apply.html
Date: Monday, February 29
Time: 4:15 – 5:15 PM
Place: COL Library (Upstairs 41 Wyllys)
Cost: “Your Sophomore, Junior and Senior years”
From Jules Lighter ’16:
Hey Froshies! Do you like learning? Reading? Writing? Philosophizing? Critical thinking? Drinking? Exclusive libraries? Free cookies? Dead white men? Freudian slips? Thinking too much? Then COL may be the major for you!!!!!!!
Come find out why at one of our open houses; Monday, February 23 and Thursday, February 26 at 4:15 in the COL Library.
Date: Monday, Feb 23 and Thursday, Feb 26
Time: 4:15 PM
Place: COL Library
An invitation from Scarlett Perry ’15:
Date: Monday, December 1 – TODAY
Time: 4:15 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Ave, COL Library
From Christina Norris ’14:
Interested in philosophy? History? Literature? Foreign language? Studying abroad? Creative writing? Formal writing? Classics? Modern theory?
Hey freshmen, come check out College of Letters.
Date: Wednesday, October 16th, 2013
Time: 4:15 PM
Place: COL library (41 Wyllys, 3rd floor)
Are you tired of academic monogamy? If you’re a freshman, COL might be just the right solution for you:
Freshmen: You are cordially invited to the COL Open House receptions on Monday Feb. 25 and Tuesday Feb. 26 at 4:15 pm!! COL majors, faculty, and cookies will be present to provide comfort, support, and answers to any major-related questions.
Samantha Januszeski ’13 writes in with one of the better event posters I have seen since I scrolled endlessly through Brendan O’Connell ’08‘s Wesleyan Poster Archive. (Frosh: this is one of only a few majors you need to apply to this year. Apps are due on March 26, but if you get in, you can always reconsider.) Take note that the College of Letters library is now in 41 Wyllys, not Butt C—alas, that faulty has had enough asbestos for one tenured lifetime:
Attention Freshpeople! Do you want to be the paragon of literary sophistication and verve? Do you want to be given a structurally mandated reason to study abroad? Consider, then, the prospect of The College of Letters (COL). Imma take a step back and let mah homie Paul Schwaber (Director of COL) take over:
The COL is an interdisciplinary major in Western literature, philosophy, and history, with a required area of foreign language concentration, and a semester in residence abroad (usually in France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Russia or Israel).
Deadline to apply for the major, which begins in sophomore year, is Monday, March 25. If you would like more info about the major, click here or go to the open house! Professor Schwaber (+ other folks) will wax poetic there and take questions.
Date: Monday, Dec 5.
Place: COL Library (Butt C Lounge/413)
A. C. Wilkinson ’13, not to be confused with A. Wilkinson or Alix Wilkinson or, god forbid, Al Wilkinson, writes in about a veritable literary extravaganza happening this (Friday) afternoon in the COL Lounge: a public reading by the students of COL213, “The Suspense Story.” There Will Be Food (supposedly of the flat, disc-shaped variety), and there will be a spirited audience, because these COL(d) Warriors aren’t about to read eerie suspense fiction to a dreary, desolate room, devoid of humanity:
Come listen to your peers read their latest works of fiction! There will be spellbinding Hithcockian plots, incredible plot twists, and intense mood writing about anything you could possibly imagine: dog coffins, devilish song birds, fatal lotteries, reclusive astronomers in the Siberian wilderness, and much more. And there’s free pizza too!
If the poster’s any hint, it’s going to be a straight-up Snapetastical time, too.
Date: Friday, December 2
Time: 5:00 PM
Place: COL Lounge (in Butt C)