It’s Thanksgiving break (!), and wherever you are, I hope you have a relaxing, good time these next few days. Maybe it’ll be more peaceful where you are, unlike on campus where there are 24/7 sirens (unless you are on campus over break, in which case, hmph).
If you’re not in the Thanksgivingspirit already, I encourage you to get into it with this old, old classic, “Tryptophantasm,” starring Sam Korda ’13,Solomon Billinkoff ’14, Eliza Forman ’13, and Stephan Stansfield ’13. By the end of it, or at least in a couple days, you’ll feel like you’re suspended in a sea of cranberry sauce for eternity…
Hunkering down on campus? Read this. Don’t read this.
Happy Thanksgiving, Weszzleyan. We encourage you to celebrate the day with an old classic, “Tryptophantasm.” Starring Sam Korda ’13, Solomon Billinkoff ’14, Eliza Forman ’13, and Stephan Stansfield ’13, it’ll have you feeling like you’re suspended in a sea of cranberry sauce for eternity in no time. Though you may feel that way anyway by the time you read this…
Have a fantastic Thanksgiving break Wes! TREAT YO’ SELF whether you’re on or off campus!
Staying on campus over break? Good for you, you studious studier. The Thanksgiving Break dining schedule is your friend. Consult it wisely. There isn’t much food to be had between now and Saturday (both WesWings and Red & Black are also closed until then), but Main Street is only a scant few blocks from your dorm. So is Marco’s Deli. Choose wisely.
Despite rumors to the contrary, Espwesso will not be serving up its annual “Turkey Latte” special tonight, says Jacob Eichengreen ’13:
Just wanted to see if y’all could spread some informashunz to the ol’ student body folk. Espwesso’s a-closin! For break, that is. We’ll be closing Tuesday (tomorrow) and reopening on Sunday the 25th 9pm-1am
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Insert Thanksgiving-related Turkey pun here, thanks to Hannah Bailenson ’13:
The Wesleyan Language Bank is seeking Turkish-speaking students who are interested in assisting at parent/teacher conferences at
Middletown Public Schools. Several schools have already requested interpreters to assist Turkish-speaking families at these meetings.
The conferences will take place during the last week of November and/or first week of December (specific dates and times to be determined). Individual conferences take about 15 minutes.
Please email the Language Bank Coordinator, Hannah Bailenson, at weslangbank(at)gmail(dot)com if you are interested and/or have questions. You can also visit this page for more information about the Language Bank.