*This post is an updated version of the Eating and Drinking installment of last year’s Orientation Series*
Eating and drinking is a necessity for all living beings, even during your hazy college days. While we all have to adjust our food standards from delicious home-cooked meals to university food, trust me, it could be worse. Wesleyan has many options for dining that you can enjoy regardless of your dietary orientation. Wesleyan was chosen the most vegan-friendly small US school by PETA, and our friends at the Mongolian Grill are always willing to cook-up a chicken tortilla topped with cheese if it’s protein that you want.
This is a part of the Unofficial Orientation Series 2013 to remind you to eat your veggies.
Come to the German Haus today for (Eis)Kaffee und Kuchen: Study Abroad Edition!
In addition to casual German and non-German conversations, the members of the German Haus, Prof. Bork-Goldfield, and our wonderful guests will share their study abroad/work experiences in Germany and other German-speaking countries, and give you helpful tips about program options and the lifestyle abroad.
We look forward to sharing our excitement for German culture and assisting you with any other questions related to campus German life. Bring your questions, maybe your laptops, and stomachs ready for cake!
Date: Wednesday, May 2
Time: 4.30 – 6.00 PM
Place: German Haus, 65 Lawn Avenue
Good morning Wesleyan, and good luck with midterms! Here is a mid-semester procrastination destination I am enjoying as I actually eat (gasp) breakfast this morning: Cheese or Font?
It’s very simple: is Helvetica a cheese or a font? Now…what about Acanthus? Or Kenafa? Or the surprisingly conventional-sounding…Finn?
And just in case you’re too set on becoming a font of knowledge on this topic, the website’s creators have helpfully also created Monotask (to be launched soon), to help you
feta get a move on with your work and brie be focused. Hang in there, fall break’s just round the corner!