Over the summer, Public Safety (PSafe) and Information Technology Services (ITS) plan to launch a new anti-theft software for laptops. The free program will permit registered students to lock personal data and track their missing device using GPS technology.
The international student group Pangea is seeking to expand and increase its activity on campus by co-hosting events with other groups and making the group more inclusive.
On Friday April 15, a group of about six zombies violently attacked unsuspecting prefrosh and their hosts at the WesFest barbeque on Foss Hill. Prospective students and innocent bystanders were helpless as they were mauled by the screaming, growling undead.
Based on a recommendation by the Sexual Violence Task Force (SVTF), the vacant Director of Health Education position has been filled by Tanya Purdy who started on April 4. Purdy said that she hopes to put WesWELL back on the map for students.
On Tuesday, April 12, Matisyahu, Chiddy Bang, and Wesleyan DJ YeaMann will perform at the Spurrier-Snyder Hockey Rink—an event that has sparked debate about the allocation of University funds for concert booking. Doors open at 9:30 p.m. and the $10 tickets went on sale today, April 5, at the University Box Office.
When Raghu Appasani ’12 created the Mental Illness and Neurological Disorders (MINDS) Foundation at the beginning of his junior year, he not only envisaged an organization that would help treat mental illness in under-served regions in India, but also one that would fight the stigma that is associated with those illnesses.
Administrators have begun the process of forming 16 committees responsible for evaluating the University’s daily operations, accomplishments, and goals, as the first step in the reaccreditation process.
A vote by the Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA) on the Standard of Proof Proposal has been postponed by WSA representative Joe O’Donnell ’13 from this Sunday to a later date in an effort to gain more student support for the proposal, which he and WSA representatives Teddy Newmeyer ’11 and Dina Moussa ’12 have been working on since September.