Some of life’s greatest mysteries are beautiful. What the WSA has been up to all year doesn’t count as one of life’s greatest mysteries, but it’s still pretty awesome, in my humble opinion. Check out the greatest hits version above (or as a PDF). If you want to know what else, check out the WSA End of Year Report, which gives a comprehensive overview of our activities for the year. Broken down by committee, the report outlines what each has been working on. For the SBC report, for example, you can see every single allocation given this year. The document also includes every resolution the WSA has passed this year, from changing the sign at 190 High in the fall to advocating for a changed financial aid policy for music lessons in the spring.
If you have any questions, email us at wsa[at]wesleyan[dot]edu, comment on our blog, post on our Facebook, send us a tweet, or stop us in the street.
In a much-needed change of topic from all those rankings, let’s see what we have to look forward to on campus.
Here’s an overview:
- MoCon is gone.
- More meal points!
- ResLife is going to introduce Hall Councils…
- The Allbritton Coffee Shop should finally open.
- Moodle is replacing BlackBoard.
- Easier access to (prescription) drugs.
UPDATED dining information from WSA Dining Committee Chair Zach Malter ’13.
For a long list you might not want to bother with, click to
The WSA has released its 2009-2010 End of the Year Report, a summary of all of the things the WSA has accomplished this year, including legislation passed, reports written, and all SBC allocations. You can find the full report here.
I know it’s rather lengthy, but that’s because the WSA actually did a lot of stuff this year. I recommend that interested individuals skim the report and read about the issues they care about. All info is divided by committee (each one deals with a different set of issues, ranging from student life to community outreach), and specific topics are bolded, making it easy to scan through. Major props to anyone who reads the whole thing.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email email@example.com. Critiques are also welcomed, as are ideas for future initiatives.
It’s been a pleasure serving you, Wesleyan.
Becky Weiss ’10, WSA VP