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Wesleyan Women in Science (WesWIS) Organizational Meeting

35k78yqFrom Wesleyan Women in Science:

Join WesWIS for our first event of the year! Learn about who we are and what we do, hear about the events we have planned for this semester, and eat PIZZA with some fantastic women in the sciences! We’d also love to hear all of your ideas for new activities to plan this year. People of all majors and genders welcome. We will also be looking for a couple of new steering committee members– if you want to get involved with WesWIS and event planning, now is your chance! The current members will go over how to apply at the meeting. If you plan on coming, please send an email RSVP to msnow[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.

Date: Tuesday, September 27
Time: 12-1 PM
Place: Woodhead Lounge (Exley 184)
Cost: Free (plus free pizza!)

Wesleyan Women in Science (WesWIS) Organizational Meeting

Meredith Hughes writes in:

Join us for our first general meeting of the year! Learn about WesWIS,
find out about activities already in the works for the fall semester,
give us your ideas for new activities, and come hang out and eat pizza
with a bunch of awesome Wesleyan women in science! We’re also looking
for a few new steering committee members this year, so come talk to
the current members and find out how to apply. People of all majors
and genders are welcome! RSVP to msnow[at]wes if you are planning to

Date: Wednesday, September 23rd
Time: 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM
Place: Allbritton 311
Cost: Free (Plus free pizza)!!!!

Alumni Career Panel


Talia Baurer ’15 writes in:

Are you thinking about potential future careers/school? Do you have a lot of questions about what happens after Wes? Do you enjoy FREE PIZZA? (last question obviously most important)

Join the lovely woodframe and Fauver CAs at an alumni panel where you can ask six Wesleyan alumni all of your questions! Our awesome panelists have already made the transition from Wesleyan into the real world, and most of them are interested in hiring Wes students after graduation! Come to learn, ask questions, and network!

1. Melissa McCaw – current Budget Director at the University of Hartford
2. Brian O’Donnell – Attorney
3. Kevin Egolf – Works for a sustainable farming company
4. Michael Andolina – Took 7 years off after college to do volunteer work, now getting his MBA from Yale
5. Win Whitcomb – Head of his own pharmaceutical company
6. TBA

Date: Thursday, April 23rd
Time: 6:00PM
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 115


Science Outreach Interest Meeting

From Madeleine Junkins ’16:

Like science? Interested in teaching kids? Volunteer for Wesleyan Science Outreach, the club that provides after-school science enrichment to the Middletown elementary schools! Come to our interest meeting to find out more.

When: Tuesday, September 9th at 8:30 PM. Where: Hall-Atwater 84.

Will there be pizza: OF COURSE! Email Maddy Junkins (mjunkins(at)wesleyan(dot)edu) or Mia Kolomatsky (mkolomatsky(at)wesleyan(dot)edu) with questions!

Date: Tuesday, September 9th, 2014
Time: 8:30PM
Place: Hall-Atwater 84

Study Abroad in Bologna Information Session

From the Office of International Studies:

At this informative meeting, Nadja Aksamija (Associate Professor of Art History) and Carolyn Sorkin (Director of International Studies) will present the Eastern College Consortium, Wesleyan’s study-abroad program in Bologna, Italy. A pizza lunch will be provided. Come with questions!

Date: Thursday, January 30th
Time: 12:00 – 1:00
Place: RLL Lounge: 300 High Street, Rm. 106

Medieval Studies Open House


Straight from Ronnie Alvarado ’15:

Did you pretend that you were a knight when you were little? Do you love King Arthur or secretly listen to Gregorian chants? Think that the Crusades are really awesome? Then come to the Medieval Studies Open House this Thursday at noon!

Learn about the courses offered in this amazing interdisciplinary major and enjoy free pizza!

Date: October 31st
Time: 12PM – 1PM
Place: Downey House Lounge

J Street U Screening of The Gatekeepers


From Emily Greenspan ’16

J Street U is tingling with excitement to announce its first event of the year, a screening of the award-winning, critically-acclaimed documentary, The Gatekeepers. The film showcases six former heads of the Shin Bet, Israel’s secret service agency, who agree to share their insights and reflect publicly on their actions and decisions. Intimately interviewed, they shed light on the controversy surrounding the Occupation in the aftermath of the Six Day War.

Discussion session to follow screening.

Come if:
1) You’re interested in discussing/learning about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
2) You like the idea of eating free pizza(!!!) watching an excellent film, and discussing the conflict with some of the coolest kids on campus.

Date: Thusday, September 19th
Time: 6:15-9PM
Place: PAC 002
Cost: Everything’s free (movie, pizza, air).

Video: Rush on Pizza 4/20


Check out this insider coverage of what will surely go down in the history books as Wesleyan’s Rush on Pizza. Today at approximately 4:20 PM, Texts.com (started by the esteemed Peter Frank ’12) distributed 60 pies (30 of which were vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free). We have video evidence of the stampede that followed.

Deaf Jam Film Screening

Deaf Jam

Join Sign Language House for pizza and a movie! Holly Everett ’15 signs writes in:

In Deaf Jam, Aneta Brodski seizes the day. She is a deaf teen
introduced to American Sign Language (ASL) Poetry, who then boldly
enters the spoken word slam scene. In a wondrous twist, Aneta, an
Israeli immigrant living in the Queens section of New York City,
eventually meets Tahani, a hearing Palestinian slam poet. The two
women embark on a collaboration/performance duet – creating a new form
of slam poetry that speaks to both the hearing and the Deaf. Prefrosh and families welcome! Click here for more information about the film and check out the event on Facebook. Sponsored by Sign Language House & SALD

Date: Wednesday, April 17th
Time: 7 PM – 9 PM
Place: Shanklin 107
Cost: Free Pizza

Learn about Venture for America

Do you want to start or run your own business someday?

The best way to learn how to do it is to work alongside an entrepreneur who is doing just that.

Come learn about Venture for America, the new two-year fellowship program in which top recent college graduates will work at start ups in low-cost cities supporting an entrepreneur in growing his or her business. Fellows attend a 5-week boot camp at Brown University in Summer, 2012 with experienced entrepreneurs and investors before beginning assignment. The top performing Fellow receives $100k in seed investment to start his or her own enterprise.

Founder Andrew Yang will be holding an info session and meet and greet this Wednesday, February 1st, at 6 pm in room 112 of 41 Wyllys (the new Career Center). There’ll be pizza too! Check out www.ventureforamerica.org to learn more.

Date: Wednesday, Feb. 1
Time: 6 pm
Place: 41 Wyllys, room 112