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Well-Being House Still Accepting Applications for Three New House Members

More on the program house open slot roundup, from Natalie Sacks ’14:

Well-Being House Still Accepting Applications for Three New House Members This Spring!

It’s a weeknight, and that kid down the hall is blasting music so loud you can feel the vibrations.  You missed dinner, but can’t cook for yourself because your tiny dorm kitchen is a total mess.  The smokers outside are blowing smoke up through your window.  Wish you could live somewhere better?

Well-Being House is a beautiful house with enormous rooms, a well-stocked kitchen bigger than the one you have back home, and a welcoming community accepting of all kinds of people.  Residents do not have to live substance-free, but no drugs or alcohol are allowed within the house.

This spring, we have three spaces open in the house, all in doubles.  We will be accepting applications on a rolling basis, so if you apply, you will find out if you’ve gotten in within two days.  Contact nsacks(at)wes for more information, and get ready for the best Wes housing experience you’ve ever had.

What: Well-Being House Open Slots
Where: 250 Court Street
When: Rolling (ongoing) basis
Contact: nsacks(at)wes

Campus Wide Discussion on Healthy Relationships

From Cory Meara-Bainbridge ’13 and DKE and Beta and Womanist House and Well Being House and pretty much every other group on campus this side of Art House:

Come join Beta, DKE, Womanist House, Women of Color House, Well Being House, ASHA, and SFCC as we bring many voices together to engage in dialogue around what it means to have healthy relationships, led by Tanya Purdy from WesWell and Alysha Warren from CAPS.

Date: Monday, October 10
Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Place: Beta (184 High Street)

Potluck, Games, and Ice Cream Night @ Lighthouse

From Natalie Sacks ’14, an event that’s exactly what its title says it is. Well-Being House and Substance-Free Hall are cohosting:

Loving the new trend of board game parties at program houses?  Want to meet some really cool people and eat delicious food?  Lighthouse, Well-Being House, and Substance-Free Hall are hosting a potluck, board game night, and ice cream social all in one this Friday night at 6pm.  Bring food, bring games if you have them, and bring your awesome self.  The event will last as long as you want to stay.

Date: Tomorrow, Friday, September 23
Time: 6:00 pm
Place: Lighthouse, 230 Wash
Cost: ——

Root Beer Kegger

This picture gives me nightmares about a giant, orange-shirted teddy bear. You know what I’m talking about. BJ Lillis ’12 hollas back:

Well-Being House is throwing a kegger.  What’s better than a glass of root beer?  A keg of root beer!  Ice cream will be provided.

Date:   Feb. 19
Time:   8:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Place:  Well-Being House (250 Court St.)

Pumpkin Carving at Well-Being House

From BJ Lillis ’12:

Come by Well-Being House this Sunday at 2:00 to celebrate the arrival of fall by carving Jack-o-Lanterns! Families welcome.

  • Date: Sunday, October 24
  • Time: 2:00 PM
  • Place: Well-Being House, 250 Court Street

Wild Foraging Tour

Join freegan forager Zaac on a guided walk and learn to identify the common flora that surrounds us AND WHAT YOU CAN EAT.

Familiar with some of most local, gourmet, and healthy food in the area, Zaac will be sharing first hand experience on wild food.

Cosponsored by Farm House, Full House, and Well-being House.

  • Date: Friday, Oct. 1
  • Time: 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
  • Place: Meet at the WestCo Parking Lot

Soy Milk Making and Bread Baking

Emily Iversen ’11 writes:

Well-Being House (250 Court St) is having a soy milk making and bread baking workshop this Saturday from 2-5pm. Stop by early if you want to bake bread and make soy milk, and a little later for delicious homemade breads and jam!

Date: Saturday, April 17
Time: 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Place: Well Being House (250 Court St.)

Open Spots in Program Houses

A bunch of program houses still have open spots spots left – if you want to beat GRS and live with like-minded folks next year, here’s your chance.

Emily Iversen ’11 writes on behalf of Well- Being House:

If you are looking for a fun and friendly house next year, or just want to avoid GRS, apply to Well-Being House! We have 11 open seats, including both doubles and singles. Benefits include: spacious rooms, walk-in closets if you live upstairs, beautiful windows, and an amazing kitchen! Stop by on Sunday at 1:00 for our weekly house brunch to see the house and meet the current residents. You can apply online through your portfolio or you can e-mail Emily Iversen (eiversen@wes) for more information.

Rosemary Pierson '12 from IP 129.133.194.185.

It's OK to include name and class year in post.

EVENT INFORMATION

Community Service Opportunity! Woodrow Wilson After School Art Program

Are you looking for a way to clock some community service hours? Do you like arts and crafts? Volunteer for the Woodrow Wilson After School Art Program that runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:45 to 4.  We meet at the OCS and then head to the middle school for a carefree hour of art.  So far this year we have finger painted, splatter painted, made paper mache, played with slime and more.  Email me if you want more information or want to get involved!

Date:	March 30 - March 30
Time:	2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Place:	Office of Community Service
Cost:	$

IMAGES AND LINKS, IF APPLICABLE

NOTES, IF APPLICABLE

The event occurs every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:45 to 4:00 PM and always meets at the Office of Community Service.

Alex Ketchum ’12writes on behalf of Farm House:

1 spot left at Farm House (a 15 person house dedicated to food politics on 344 Washington Street)

please email aketchum@wes ASAP if interested.

From Sarah Qiao ’11 n behalf of Chinese House:

If you are looking for housing next year, there’s at least one spot open in  Chinese House! We are conveniently located on Lawn Avenue, across from the Butts and Hall-Atwater. There are two large singles and three large doubles.   We are a quiet house and have great people living here next year. If you are interested, please apply through the Room selection in your E-portfolio. Applications are due by April 2 at the very latest.

Also see the previous post about spots left in La Casa.

If you’re a program house manager with open spots in your house, email us ASAP and we’ll add to this post.

[Updated by Sheek]

Want new housing? Live in a program house!

Tired of your current living situation? You can live in a program house next semester! Several houses have open spots for the Spring 2010 semester:

Farm House:
Interested in food politics? Then live in this amazing house with a great kitchen, huge tv, parking lot, and its own washer/dryer. There are 5 spots available in doubles. Email Alex Ketchum ’12 at aketchum(at)wesleyan(dot)edu if interested.

Music House:
Music House is searching for residents!! We’re looking for music enthusiasts (not necessarily musicians) who highly value house community. In our inaugural semester we’ve been hosting shows, parties, and good times all ’round. We’ve been starting up a lot of projects such as working towards providing an ensemble practice space in our house (complete with PA system and drumset), and starting a student run recording studio. If you’ve heard of us, or if you haven’t, we’d be psyched to hear from you. Email if you have any questions! Send an email to Henry Kiely ’11 at henrykiely(at)gmail(dot)com. We have 2 singles available!!! With each day Music Hauz grows stronger.

International House:
International House provides a home for students of all ethnic backgrounds and nationalities. International House is a haven for ideas and perspectives from around the world. We welcome all members of the Wesleyan community to this haven for diversity. We have our own kitchen and laundry room with washing and drying machines. There are 2 single rooms available. If interested, contact Hoang Nguyen ’12 at hnguyen(at)wesleyan(dot)edu

Full House is one of the new program houses dedicated to the appreciation of cooking and eating delicious, delicious food. We like to share with one another, and it’s almost guaranteed that several times a week you’ll return home to freshly baked bread, cookies, pie etc, waiting for your seal of approval. In addition to having lots of yummy food, we are a creative bunch that like to experiment with different cooking techniques and recipes. Even if you’re not a master chef (yet), we still want you! Kitchen-phobes encouraged to apply. 4 spots available: 2 singles, 1 two-room double, 1 one-room double. Contact Ali San Roman ’11, House Manager at asanroman(at)wesleyan(dot)edu. **Applications due on Saturday, November 21 at 11:59pm!**

Well-Being House:
Well being house is an energetic and welcoming community which seeks to promote physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. It is a substance-free community in order to provide a safe space for people who may not enjoy the traditional college scene but members are not required to be substance free when not in the house. Come and visit us if you’re interested, Emily can tell you all about our delicious house dinners and other fun events. We have six doubles available. Two of the doubles will be totally empty, so feel free to apply with a friend. E-mail Emily Iversen ’11 at eiversen(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for more information.
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Earth House provides its residents with the opportunity to practice an environmentally conscious lifestyle. There are 3 spots in doubles available. Contact Josh Levine ’12 at jslevine(at)wesleyan(dot)edu

Russian House:
It is the mission of Russian House to foster a community that encourages students and faculty to share their knowledge and experience with Russian language and culture. Russian House also sponsors cultural events and educational opportunities that strive to meet the needs of Russian students and the greater Wesleyan community. There are 2 spaces in a double and 1 single available. Contact Conan Cheong ’12 at ycheong(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for information.
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Interfaith House:
A wonderful house with diversity and a warm community. Our residents love meaningful interfaith conversations but most important of all – food! A lot of cooking and fun around 24/7. Also known for having the best beanbags on campus.There are 2 double spots open. Contact Carmen Yip ’12 at nyip(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for information. We’re also having our next house program on Monday 16 Nov. It will be held at our house (230 wash) so definitely come to check out the house!
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Asian/Asian-American (AAA) House:
Want to learn more about Asian and Asian-American culture and languages? If you do, apply to AAA House! We have our own laundry machines (which charge $0.25 less than regular washing machines on campus) and dishwasher. There are 7 single rooms and 4 bathrooms in total. The AAA House library has more than 700 volumes of fiction and non-fiction books on Asian languages, culture, art, history and a special collection on Asian-American topics. So don’t miss this opportunity to live in our warm and tight community! There is 1 single room available. Contact Han Hsien Liew ’12 for info at hliew(at)wesleyan(dot)edu
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Live in the Bayit next semester!  The Bayit encourages both Jewish and non-Jewish applicants who are interested in sharing their religious and cultural perspectives with each other and the greater Wesleyan community.  We have an awesome kitchen and common room and usually have delicious leftovers from Shabbat dinner.  We have a few singles and a double available.  Contact Jen Liebschutz ’11 at jliebschutz(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for more info and an application.

*Applications for all houses are due on 12/6/09.*

[Edit 11/18 12:39: Full House applications due on Saturday, November 21 at 11:59pm]