A campus-wide e-mail on Friday announced a new set of changes that will start next semester, including an increase of 65 points to the all-points plan, an increase of 30 points to the 105-meal plan, and an increase of 21 points to the 135-meal plan.
A campus blog created by the Office of Communications this past fall has had trouble gaining visibility among students. WesLive, which provides updates on events, campus news, and greater community happenings, is the University-sponsored version of student-run blog Wesleying, according to Student Communications Intern Daniel Atzmon ’10.
At a time when the University is struggling to find funding for many projects, DKE is gearing up to begin $150,000 renovations.
Despite the struggling economy, the Wesleyan Student Assembly’s endowment has continued its upward trend.
Prompted by the recent decision to increase the size of the student body and by student request, the Office of Residential Life (ResLife) has implemented changes to next year’s housing options
A student run-café with tea and coffee is tentatively set to open after spring break on the lower level of the Allbritton Center.
Starting in January, all students, faculty, and staff members will be eligible for the H1N1 vaccine. Previously, only high-risk students—those with diabetes, chronic asthma, or any kind of immuno-compromised disorder—were eligible. The Davison Health Center is planning on organizing a mass clinic in January to dispense the vaccine.
Ajua Campos is shifting the focus of Latino Awareness Month this year, renaming the event Latin@ Affirmation Month for its twentieth anniversary.
On Wednesday, Oct. 21, students gathered on the steps of Olin Library for Take Back the Night, an event that allows survivors of sexual assault and rape to speak out about their experiences in order to increase awareness about sexual violence.
In light of the economic crisis, the University pinpointed Orientation as an area where cost-saving measures could be applied and shortened Freshman Orientation to five days.
While most students have put their summer thoughts behind them, the administration has continued to focus on the summer—next summer, that is—in preparation for a new academic session to commence in June of 2010.