You may know him as the inspiration behind some of Lunchbox’s funniest skits. Others of you might be like, ‘Oh, Zach Rebich, I know him, he’s that Jewish kid.’ No, actually, he’s not Jewish.
As any local football enthusiast knows, Wesleyan’s history with America’s favorite sport goes way back.
American health officials declared a public health emergency on Sunday in response to the confirmation of several cases of swine influenza A (swine flu) in the United States.
There will likely be no high-profile headliner at Spring Fling this year, according to sources in the WSA.
In separate meetings this weekend with the Board of Trustees and the Board’s Finance Committee, President Roth discussed new measures that may have to be taken in response to the University’s budgetary crisis.
During the first week of February, Sonia Mañjon, Vice President for Diversity and Strategic Partnerships, went to Washington, D.C. to advocate for the University’s inclusion in the federal stimulus package.
A student’s backpack and laptop were stolen out of Olin Library on Tuesday, Nov. 11. The perpetrator did not take the student’s jacket and wallet, which were lying on the floor next to the backpack. The backpack was later recovered, sans laptop.
When Jae Aron ’11 was awoken in the middle of the night on Saturday Nov. 1, she was surprised to find her floor in Butterfield C covered in two inches of water. Aron went out into the hall to investigate the source of the water, where she found that an inebriated hallmate had fallen asleep in the shower and was sitting on the drain with the water running.