Tired of your current living situation? You can live in a program house next semester! Several houses have open spots for the Spring 2010 semester:
Interested in food politics? Then live in this amazing house with a great kitchen, huge tv, parking lot, and its own washer/dryer. There are 5 spots available in doubles. Email Alex Ketchum ’12 at aketchum(at)wesleyan(dot)edu if interested.
Music House is searching for residents!! We’re looking for music enthusiasts (not necessarily musicians) who highly value house community. In our inaugural semester we’ve been hosting shows, parties, and good times all ’round. We’ve been starting up a lot of projects such as working towards providing an ensemble practice space in our house (complete with PA system and drumset), and starting a student run recording studio. If you’ve heard of us, or if you haven’t, we’d be psyched to hear from you. Email if you have any questions! Send an email to Henry Kiely ’11 at henrykiely(at)gmail(dot)com. We have 2 singles available!!! With each day Music Hauz grows stronger.
International House provides a home for students of all ethnic backgrounds and nationalities. International House is a haven for ideas and perspectives from around the world. We welcome all members of the Wesleyan community to this haven for diversity. We have our own kitchen and laundry room with washing and drying machines. There are 2 single rooms available. If interested, contact Hoang Nguyen ’12 at hnguyen(at)wesleyan(dot)edu
Full House is one of the new program houses dedicated to the appreciation of cooking and eating delicious, delicious food. We like to share with one another, and it’s almost guaranteed that several times a week you’ll return home to freshly baked bread, cookies, pie etc, waiting for your seal of approval. In addition to having lots of yummy food, we are a creative bunch that like to experiment with different cooking techniques and recipes. Even if you’re not a master chef (yet), we still want you! Kitchen-phobes encouraged to apply. 4 spots available: 2 singles, 1 two-room double, 1 one-room double. Contact Ali San Roman ’11, House Manager at asanroman(at)wesleyan(dot)edu. **Applications due on Saturday, November 21 at 11:59pm!**
Well being house is an energetic and welcoming community which seeks to promote physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. It is a substance-free community in order to provide a safe space for people who may not enjoy the traditional college scene but members are not required to be substance free when not in the house. Come and visit us if you’re interested, Emily can tell you all about our delicious house dinners and other fun events. We have six doubles available
. Two of the doubles will be totally empty
, so feel free to apply with a friend. E-mail Emily Iversen ’11 at eiversen(at)wesleyan(dot)edu
for more information.
Earth House provides its residents with the opportunity to practice an environmentally conscious lifestyle. There are 3 spots in doubles available. Contact Josh Levine ’12 at jslevine(at)wesleyan(dot)edu
It is the mission of Russian House to foster a community that encourages students and faculty to share their knowledge and experience with Russian language and culture. Russian House also sponsors cultural events and educational opportunities that strive to meet the needs of Russian students and the greater Wesleyan community. There are 2 spaces in a double and 1 single available
. Contact Conan Cheong ’12
A wonderful house with diversity and a warm community. Our residents love meaningful interfaith conversations but most important of all – food! A lot of cooking and fun around 24/7. Also known for having the best beanbags on campus.There are 2 double spots open
. Contact Carmen Yip ’12
for information. We’re also having our next house program on Monday 16 Nov.
It will be held at our house (230 wash) so definitely come to check out the house!
Asian/Asian-American (AAA) House:
Want to learn more about Asian and Asian-American culture and languages? If you do, apply to AAA House! We have our own laundry machines (which charge $0.25 less than regular washing machines on campus) and dishwasher. There are 7 single rooms and 4 bathrooms in total. The AAA House library has more than 700 volumes of fiction and non-fiction books on Asian languages, culture, art, history and a special collection on Asian-American topics. So don’t miss this opportunity to live in our warm and tight community! There is 1 single room available.
Contact Han Hsien Liew ’12
for info at hliew(at)wesleyan(dot)edu
Live in the Bayit next semester! The Bayit encourages both Jewish and non-Jewish applicants who are interested in sharing their religious and cultural perspectives with each other and the greater Wesleyan community. We have an awesome kitchen and common room and usually have delicious leftovers from Shabbat dinner. We have a few singles and a double available. Contact Jen Liebschutz ’11 at jliebschutz(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for more info and an application.
*Applications for all houses are due on 12/6/09.*
[Edit 11/18 12:39: Full House applications due on Saturday, November 21 at 11:59pm]