Response to Kol Israel on Weir

November 3, 2006, by Devaka Gunawardena, . Comments Off on Response to Kol Israel on Weir

How can you [Kol Israel] say that Alison Weir’s media analysis concerning the wide disparity in reporting between Israeli deaths and Palestinian deaths is perhaps correct yet in the same sentence say they [the media] don’t present the same type of sensationalized personal stories as she does?

Thank you, Alex

October 6, 2006, by Anna Pachner, . Comments Off on Thank you, Alex

I wanted to thank Alexandra Early for writing such a poignant and dignified Wespeak. My friends and I recognize and appreciate the bravery required to speak out on such a sensitive subject.

That McAlear sure is one smooth talker

September 22, 2006, by Anna Pachner, . Comments Off on That McAlear sure is one smooth talker

In response to Professor McAlear’s questions ("What if the new campus center was one percent smaller? Would it make a difference to the students?"), I’ve experienced such incredible congestion in the campus center this year and have been a witness to the ubiquitous effects of the housing shortage.

Fuel yourself with MAGIC

May 5, 2006, by Anna Pachner, . Comments Off on Fuel yourself with MAGIC

In response to Brendan Larkin’s obituary: I feel like most people just liked Mr. Pibb because it was retro. There’s a reason why Coke trumps all dark colas—and I suggest you jump on that bandwagon before it leaves you behind.

Weekly Wes Celeb: Jess Firshein ’05

February 1, 2005, by Marcus Braham, Features Editor. Comments Off on Weekly Wes Celeb: Jess Firshein ’05

I met up with Jessica Firshein ’05 at the campus center one afternoon to talk about thefacebook versus Friendster, teaching yoga at Wes, and her plans for after graduation. Jessica also enlightened me on career options for a religion major—both of them. She enjoys saying hello to people. So if she says hi to you, be sure to reply, because she’s also a black belt.

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