Does anyone else spend time on the Philosophy Department’s website? Have either of you noticed how incredibly cheesy their banner is?
It’s like Philosophy didn’t already come off as pretentious and self important.
Deep shit, man.
Stephan Stansfield ’13 and his reptile friend desperately want you to submit to Synthesis, Wesleyan’s Undergraduate Journal of Science & Art, by this Friday. Look at that face. Can you say no to that face? More from Stansfield:
Synthesis is Wesleyan’s Undergraduate Journal of Science & Art. The focus of this semester’s issue is neuroscience and the ways multiple disciplines interact within the field. We are looking for any art, literature, or research related to neuroscience. Send your submissions to ccouch(at)wesleyan(dot)edu before this Friday, March 9th!
Due date: Friday, March 9
Synthesis Magazine is an interdisciplinary magazine that forms a bridge between the science and the arts here at Wesleyan. Submissions will be published on the Synthesis website and a print version is in the making for the end of the semester.
Accepting all drawings, photographs, poetry, essays, interviews, and more related to science, medicine, and technology. Deadline has been extended to April 18th. Submissions can be made at http://wesscholar.wesleyan.edu/synthesis/ or emailed to synthesis.wes(at)gmail(dot)com.
Old issues of Synthesis can be viewed at http://wesleyan.edu/synthesis.
Science continues to attack Wesleyan, this time in the form of a webzine:
Synthesis is calling for submissions! All original writings related to science and mathematics, including non-fiction, fiction, interviews, poetry, etc. are welcome. Submit new manuscripts on line here. You can also find Back issues at www.wesleyan.edu/synthesis.
Oh, science! You’re so useful and real.