The Feminist Co-op created a space for students to tell their personal experiences with sexual assault for four hours on Thursday, Dec. 4.
200 Church hosted an event on Friday called “You Can Touch My Hair” as a way for students to appropriately ask any questions about other people’s hair.
Bellamy Pailthorp discussed the atmosphere in Germany immediately following the fall of the Wall.
The University activist group hosts a fast during lunchtime in an effort to raise awareness about climate change.
“Do It In The Dark” Competition has begun, this year introducing the JouleBug app for all students to participate.
The University hosted a roundtable with Senator Blumenthal to discuss sexual assault on campus.
Students working on creating an student-run recording studio in the UOC.
Multi-departmental panel talks history, politics, and nationalism in the referendum for Scottish Independence.
On Wednesday, Sept. 10, President Michael Roth and Vice President for Student Affairs Michael Whaley announced that Beta would be off-limits to all students for at least the duration of this academic year.
A University student has been hospitalized after a fall from a third-story window at a campus fraternity house.
The University is the only college campus stop on a national road trip to overturn the Hyde Amendment.
The African American Studies Program looks to expand following the passage of a WSA resolution last spring.
The debate surrounding the future of fraternities continues.
Millie Dent ’15 is a participant in this fall’s Cities in the 21st Century program, part of the International Honors Program within the School For International Training (SIT). The program’s goal is to examine the natural and intentional forces affecting city development across the world, focusing on issues of urban identity, ecological sustainability, and political action.
The Wesleyan Student Assembly (WSA) met on Sunday, March 3 to discuss the possibility of prohibiting tobacco sales on campus-owned property, including the site of Neon Deli. However, the WSA decided to postpone voting on the issue until the next meeting, citing as reason that they wanted more information on the topic.