Jacob Musinsky, former would-be celebrity drummer, spills the details about his theatrical past, upcoming Terp dance, and Halloweekend costumes.
Chair of the Student Affairs Committee (SAC) of the Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA) Nicole Updegrove ’14 proposed a resolution on Sunday, Feb. 24 to ban the sale of tobacco products on all University-owned properties. Neon Deli is one such property; the owner leases the 130 Cross St. space from the University, and the store currently sells cigarettes.
Winter storm “Nemo” brought a deluge of snow to the Northeast on Friday, Feb. 8 and into the morning of Saturday, Feb. 9. President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency in Connecticut, an action that provides the state with federal funds and allows Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to supply resources to the state.
Vice President for Institutional Partnerships and Chief Diversity Officer Sonia Mañjon has begun an investigation into an incident that occurred on the night of Oct. 29 between a student and three Public Safety (PSafe) officers. The student, Paulie Lowther ’13, alleges that two of the three PSafe officers he encountered that night used excessive physical force against him. The officers found him in the Freeman Athletic Center while it was closed to students during Superstorm Sandy, and Lowther said the officers slammed his head against a wall and hit him in the head three times.
Just prior to the beginning of the Fall 2012 semester, a pipe that connected the LoRise and HiRise apartments to the University power plant broke. As a result, the University has been providing the residents of these buildings with hot water through a large truck, which contains a boiler, located in the HiRise parking lot.
Last Thursday, Presidential candidate Jill Stein came to Middletown. The Wesleyan College Greens, a student group dedicated to Green Party politics, arranged for her to give a talk at the First Church of Christ on Court Street.