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Monthly Archive for September, 2014

Abstract: Joe Massino, boss of the Bonanno crime family in New York from 1991 until 2004, famously said, “there are three sides to every story–mine, yours and the truth.” We explore Big Joey’s sentiment by asking competing questions: What is the best way to organize a mafia so that you won’t be caught? What is […]

The deadline to change the Grading Mode of courses designated as “Student Option” is Friday, 9/26 at 5pm.  If you wish to change the Grading Mode of a course for which this option is available, you must submit a Drop/Add/Withdrawal/Change of Grading Mode form to the Registrar’s Office by the 9/26 5pm deadline.  Simply provide […]

STUDENT-RUN GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP (Sponsored by the office of Counseling and Psychological Services) CAPS Meets: Weekly, every Tuesday Time: 7:00pm Location: Solarium (Room 201) (2nd fl., Davison Health Center) Intended to create a network of support for those who have experienced the death of a loved one. Please feel free to come and leave when […]

Hey Class of 2016! Come get to know your neighbors in High Rise and Low Rise and meet your classmates at the Junior Picnic! Are a lot of your friends studying abroad this semester? Come to the picnic and make new ones! There will be music, free food (BBQ-style), and lots of fun to be […]

Inspired by Fete de la Musique, also known as World Music Day, this day of music highlights Wesleyan’s student music scene. Student bands will perform on three stages across Wesleyan’s campus from 2pm to 5pm followed by a BBQ from 5pm to 7pm and more performances on Foss Hill from 5pm to 8pm. Olin Stage […]

Introduction to Animal Welfare Science ENVS 231 taught by Liv Baker Animal Welfare Science (AWS) developed as a multidisciplinary field of research to address animal well-being. It draws upon information and methodology from a host of disciplines to address individual-level concerns of non-human animals. It incorporates components of veterinary medicine, neuroscience, animal behavior, and physiology. […]

The Acceleration of Europe: Mobility and Communication, 1000-­1700 CHUM 267 Fall 2014 Crosslisting: HIST 392 This research course explores the thesis that during the Middle Ages, Europeans began to move faster, to move more often, and, by doing so, transformed the nature of social life, cultural life, and the character of selves and minds in […]