Study Break with the 2020 Class Council, Monday @ 7-8:30pm

The 2020 Class Council invites you to join your fellow classmates and Dean Phillips on Monday, December 12, for a Study Break @ Exley Lobby from 7:00- 8:30 pm.

Coffee and snacks will be provided.
Meet your Class Council members and fellow classmates to discuss your semester.


Or you can just grab some snacks and a cup of coffee to go.

Apply to be a Sustainability Intern

Are you interested in sustainability? Want to help lead change on campus? Want to learn all the ins and outs of project management & event planning? Love Waste Not?

Apply to be a Sustainability Intern starting in February 2017! This job will have you working on events & projects all throughout campus to promote sustainability and conservation! You’d be working within an established structure with institutional and peer support. It’s a great opportunity to learn how to be an operator of change with an important issue!

Apply through the Google Form link below by Sunday, January 29:

For more information, please contact: 

Jennifer Kleindienst
Sustainability Director
North College 404
(860) 685-3242

“Ukrainian Sheriffs” Screening 12/6 at 7:30pm

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Tuesday, December 6, 7.30pm
Powell Family Cinema
College of Film and the Moving Image
301 Washington terrace


Ukrainian Sheriffs is a real life story about two local sheriffs and the villagers of a remote village near Crimea, Stara Zburievka. Following the sheriffs on their everyday duties, the story gives us a look beyond the war and the ongoing political events inside the everyday life of the villagers, foregrounding the tension between personal survival and political justice. What was meant to be a film about a few people from the Ukrainian countryside and their everyday struggles and portrays the faith of a whole nation during the turning period in its history.

Here you’ll find trailer of the movie

Following this links you’ll find news about the movie and interview with film-director Roman Bondarchuk:

New Teaching Evaluations Update

Wesleyan is implementing a new teaching evaluation form this fall.  The majority of classes will use the new teaching evaluation form, with new questions.  However, a small number of classes will continue to use the old form for a few more terms, so some students will complete a different form for certain classes.  There will be one landing page for all student course evaluations, with a link to the correct form for each course.