From Aaron Veerasuntharam ’14 and Maddy Oswald ’14:
Justin Trudeau. Jack Layton. Tim Hortons. If a single tear is falling from your eyes, you’re probably reading the right post. Come out this Sunday night to enjoy a hearty Canadian Thanksgiving dinner and to connect with some “international students” from north of the border.
P.S. If you happen to know a Canadian at Wes… tell them about this event! While you’re at it, explain the US government shutdown to them!
If you’re interested in this and/or future Canadian shenanigans shoot an email to aveerasuntha[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.
Date: Sunday, October 13
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: 142 Cross Street
Nicole Updegrove ’14 sends out a call to international students:
Wesleyan 2020 names having a “more international” student body as a major institutional priority for the decade. However, international students attending Wesleyan face regularly a number of challenges that domestic students don’t always encounter, like international travel, visa bureaucracies, tax difficulties, employment bureaucracies, lack of American driver’s licenses, and difficulty returning home for holidays, among many others. I have recently heard reports that services for international students aren’t always what they ought to be.
If you are an international student with stories to tell, please contact nupdegrove(at)wesleyan(dot)edu with input about your experience with international student orientation, various policies, the international student office, and ideas about how WSA’s Student Affairs Committee can improve your experience and that of incoming international student classes.
Tryna teach English in Asia next year? Ari Wolfe ’03 dares you to prove it:
Calling all seniors! What are you doing next year? Come out to the Princeton in Asia info session to learn about the possibilities of
having an adventure in one of 18 countries around Asia. No previous language experience necessary to apply! Bring your questions and your sense of adventure.
Date: Tuesday, September 18
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Sandy Lee ’14 wants to let you know:
Come to Beckham Hall for DINNER and try out INTERNATIONAL FOOD that Usdan doesnt offer!!
Student groups will showcase their cultural/international cuisine and you get to try them with the purchase of tickets, similar to how carnival fairs work.
1. each student group will be selling its food in exchange for FOOD tickets
2. people are free to look around before purchasing food tickets
3. tickets will be sold at the entrance of IFAIR
4. each ticket will cost 50cents
Proceeds goes to Japan Tsunami Relief
- Date: April 10
- Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
- Place: Beckham Hall
- Cost: 50 cents per ticket
From Zachary Nguyen ’12:
Come join us for a wonderful family-style meal and learn about Vietnamese culture. Don’t forget to bring a dollar or two for raffle tickets and win some authentic Vietnamese souvenirs. Proceeds from this event will go towards Doctors Without Borders in the continuing relief effort to aid Haiti.
Date: Saturday, February 27
Time: 6-8 pm
Place: Nicolson Lounge
Cost: $4 in advance, $5 at the door
Tickets will be sold in Usdan at lunch and dinner starting Wednesday.