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Fossil Fuel Divest First Meeting of the Semester

snow joke (wesdivest event image)From the lovely Mira Klein ’17:

Come join Wesleyan Fossil Fuel Divest (soon to be renamed Students Against Fossil Fuels??? Who knows…help us decide) for our first meeting of the semester. This meeting is especially for ~new people~ because we are all old and want new friends! If you are interested in a) fossil fuel divestment, b) stopping pipeline infrastructure, c) not leaving our future in the hands of fascists, or d) love bothering Michael Roth…come hang out!

Check out these articles if you want to learn more about the cool stuff we have done in the past:

Date: Wednesday, February 8
Time: 9 PM
Place: University Organizing Center (190 High St.)

Unofficial Orientation 2016: How to Keep Wes Green

This will be mostly a repost of Samira‘s two updates of DMZ‘s original 2012 post but with some important updates, so read on, dear freshies.

Is there anything more romantic than a bike ride in place? (October 2012)

Is there anything more romantic than a bike ride in place? (October 2012)

This is part of our 2016 Unofficial Orientation Series. A quick reminder that you can check out the welcome post here and past years’ series here.

If you came to Wesleyan because of some vague, or obvious, interest in environmentalism, then you’re in luck! If you find the right people, organizations, classes, etc. then you’ll have a great support system for keeping green on campus. If you thought it was impressive that the admissions building has solar panels on top of it (mostly a ploy to get environmentalist students to apply), then you’ll have a great time getting involved with sustainability efforts at Wes.

First of all, Wesleyan has a sustainability coordinator, whose role is to help further Wesleyan’s mission of sustainability, including making things clearer to you. Her name is Jen Kleindienst and you can send her an email at jkleindienst(at)wes. For any and all questions regarding sustainability, you should also check out Wesleyan’s sustainability website. (I’ll be going through the most important details, but I can’t link to everything.)