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New York Times Online Fo’ Free, Fo’ You

From Mari Jarris ’14, a legal source for your New York Times fix:

The WSA is pleased to announce the new online subscription feature of the New York Times Readership Program.  In addition to the free paper copies that are available daily in Usdan and outside of Pi Café, students may now access the full online features by registering with your Wesleyan email address at https://myaccount.nytimes.com/verification/edupass.  Four hundred students may be signed it at any given time, so please log out when you are not using the site.  You will be automatically logged out after twenty-hour hours.

We hope you take advantage of this new service.  Please email wsa(at)wesleyan(dot)edu with any questions or feedback.

WSA Presidential Debate

Come to the WSA Presidential Debate, Monday at 6:30PM on the first floor of Usdan.

Care about something, anything, related to student life at Wesleyan?  Whether it’s chalking, disability rights, dining, the pet policy, or the DVD racks in SciLi, the WSA President can likely play an influential role in getting things you want done.  Aren’t dedicated to a specific issue, but still live/work/study at Wesleyan?  Then this is probably important to you too.

Come check out WSA presidential candidates Arya Alizadeh ’13 and Zachary Malter ’13 to find out who’s got what you want.  The debate starts at 6:30PM and takes place on the first floor of Usdan.  Feel free to bring your dinner down, listen to the spiels, and ask some hard-hitting questions.

Questions about the debate can be directed to the Moderator, Syed Ali ’13 (me), by emailing sali[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.  More general elections questions can be directed to wsa[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.  

Date: Tomorrow, Monday, 23rd
Time: 6:30PM
Place: 1st floor, Usdan

Get Appointed to the WSA

Want to be on the WSA?  Here’s your chance, even if you didn’t win an election.  The WSA has a few open seats remaining, and is now accepting applications to be appointed to these committees.

To learn more about what each committee does, please visit the linked pages and their subpages.

To apply please send a 200-300 word letter, stating why you think you should sit on the WSA and which committee you would prefer to sit on if you are appointed, to wsa@wesleyan.edu no later than this Friday, the 23rd of September, at 9:00 AM. You must also sign up for an interview in the WSA office before noon that day. A sign up sheet will be available in the office starting tomorrow morning. Interviews for SBC will be conducted from 3:30PM-5:00PM.  Interviews for SAC and OEAC will be conducted from 2:00PM-3:30PM that same day. If this time does not work for you and you still wish to apply, notify the WSA by email immediately.