From Elijah Jimenez ’18:
Increase your global potential! Study French, Italian, or Spanish, and open the door to life and work experiences on five continents.
French studies: reach 250 million speakers worldwide (blue)
Italian studies: reach 65 million speakers worldwide (yellow)
Hispanic Literatures & Cultures: reach 420 million speakers worldwide (green)
Romance Studies: combine 2 languages!
If you are interested in our majors but cannot attend the information session on October 12, please contact Kristine Schiavi (kschiavi[at]wesleyan[dot]edu).
Date: Monday, October 12
Time: 12PM – 1:30 PM
Place: 300 High Street, the common room
An invitation from Earl Y. Lin ’15:
Are you an underclassmen who enjoys learning about the past? Do you like understanding how and why things are the way they are? Do you like free food?
If you answered yes to any (or all!) of those questions, then come by the HISTORY DEPARTMENT OPEN HOUSE and learn more about Wesleyan’s History program. Faculty and majors will be in attendance to answer any questions you might have. And pizza from Mondo will be in attendance, too!
Date: Thursday, February 26th
Place: CSS Lounge
From Valere Demuynck ’16:
Interested in history? Considering a history major or history minor? Come to the History Open House! Meet students and faculty, discuss potential careers, and enjoy a pizza lunch!
Date: November 13
Time: 12-1 PM
Place: CSS Lounge in PAC (4th floor)
Interested in the Romance Languages & Literatures major? This is the open house for you:
Would you like your undergraduate major to help you:
· Acquire familiarity with another culture on that culture’s terms?
· Acquire the kind of linguistic and cross-cultural proficiency required for 21st-c. life and careers?
· Put you into deep and meaningful contact with some of the most rewarding literary, cinematic, and visual texts ever created?
· Explore the past as it unfolds in France and the Francophone world,
Italy, and Spain and the Hispanophone world, including Latin America?
· Incorporate study abroad as a key component of your studies at Wesleyan?
Pizza will be served!
If you are contemplating a major in one of our programs but cannot attend the information session on November 3, please contact the appropriate major representative:
French Studies: Catherine Ostrow (costrow[at]wesleyan[dot]edu)
Italian Studies: Ellen Nerenberg (enerenberg[at]wesleyan[dot]edu)
Hispanic Literature and Cultures: Maria Ospina (mospina[at]wesleyan[dot]edu)
Romance Studies: Michael Armstrong-Roche (marmstrong[at]wesleyan[dot]edu)
Date: Monday, November 3
Time: 12-1 PM
Place: 300 High Street common room
From Savannah Turner ’16:
Thinking of becoming an AFAM major? Join us for an open house and illuminating conversations with AFAM faculty and majors!
Check out more about the major here
Place: Center for African American Studies (CAAS)
From Miranda Haymon ’16:
Thinking about the theater major at Wesleyan but not sure what it entails or what the benefits are? The Theater Department would like to invite any prospective majors to a pizza dinner and open house with theater faculty and current majors. Come with any questions you may have about studying theater at Wesleyan!
Date: Monday, October 27th, 2014
Time: 4:30 PM
Place: Theater Studio
If you’re curious about “social entrepreneurship” and what it has to do with your time at Wes, make sure to stop by the Patricelli Center open house today to chat with director Makaela Kingsley ’98 and a few fabulous PCSE peer advisors. They offer workshops and trainings, grants, networking services, an incubator workspace, and more, so whether you’ve got experience with startups are are just interested in new ways to share your passions, the PCSE is eager to help you out.
If you can’t make it to today’s open house, swing by drop-in hours with Makaela (Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 2-4:30 pm) or with peer advisors on the first Tuesday of every month (10-11 pm, PCSE Board Room).
Date: Friday, September 12
Time: 11 am – 2 pm
Place: PCSE Board Room (Allbritton 022)
Coming your way from Maya McDonnell ’16:
Are you passionate about social justice and ready to make a difference on campus? Wanting to join activist groups this semester? Just curious about what resources are available to help launch your creative ideas? Come meet other students and activists at the University Organizing Center (UOC). The event will take place at 4:30pm on Wednesday September 3rd at the UOC, an open space for student activism at 190 High Street. If you can’t make it on Wednesday, the doors are always open to all. Come join!
Date: Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
Place: UOC—190 High St
From your favorite campus radio station, WESU:
In honor of WesFest WESU will be hosting an open house! Come hang out with some awesome WESU board members and get a tour of the station.
Date: TOMORROW, April 18th
Time: 11:00AM – 5:00PM
Place: the same building as Broad Street Books