History Matters…Careers:

History Matters…Careers:

Pamela Tatge ’84 P’16
“From History Major to Art Center Director”



Come to hear Pamela Tatge, Wesleyan’s Director of the Center for the Arts, reflect on the role her history major and her Wesleyan education played in her personal and professional path.

Thursday, February 19, 12-NOON
PAC 002. Lunch will be available.

Applications are now being accepted for Recess House!

Applications are now being accepted for Recess House!

Students that live in Recess House are permitted to stay over the winter break since the house will not close. We only have a certain buildings open for winter break and this is usually determined the first week of December. Living in Recess House alleviates relocation stress since you know where you will be staying for the break!

If you have any questions about the house, please contact Aidan Bardos (abardos@wesleyan.edu).

Applications for Program Housing/Community Based Living are due on Thursday, February 12th at 12 p.m. (EST)

Requesting Housing Accomodations!

The deadline for housing accommodation requests is next week. I have sent two emails to students, but could we also have this published on your class blogs? Thank you!:

Students requesting a specific housing accommodation due to a disability for 2015/16 must complete a Housing Accommodation Request Form and submit it to Dean Patey, Disability Resources, (North College – Room 021), no later than Thursday, February 12, 2015. This includes students who have previously requested and been approved for a housing accommodation in the past.
Housing assignments which are provided as an accommodation are only provided to students with documented disabilities. Please note that housing accommodations do not include current or potential roommates. Housing offers may not necessarily be considered class appropriate, or represent your first choice in housing, but will address your needs.
If you have any questions about the process, please contact Dean Patey at lpatey@wesleyan.edu or 860.685.2332.

SELMA Screening, Monday, Feb 9, 7:45PM

The Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life, with the support of the Center for Community Partnerships, the Office of Equity and Inclusion, and the Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development, is sponsoring a free showing of Selma, followed by a short talk by Ben Jackson, a veteran of the Selma demonstrations, and a discussion of the film led by members of The Ankh.

Monday, February 9, 7:45, at Metro Theaters downtown.
Tickets are free but required.
They are available from Sara Wadlow, Allbritton 116, 3-5 on Wednesday, 9-5 on Thursday, 9-1 on Friday, and 9-5 on Monday.
Tickets are extremely limited: first come, first served.