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The Writing Workshop¬†is an excellent resource that all students should take advantage of. It consists of a staff of trained Wesleyan students who love writing and are eager to help others improve their writing as well. These writing tutors help students of all years, from first year students working on their first college papers to […]

Extended orientation continues with a workshop on reading retention TODAY at 12:15 in Usdan 136! Please come with something to write with and a syllabus from one of your classes. Also okay to bring your lunch!

Phew! Made it through day one. Give yourselves a pat on the back. (Unless you are still in a lab or late class–hang in there guys!) As you can probably already tell, things get going fast in college. On just the first day we already start hearing about quizes, midterms and writing assignments. ¬†The flood […]

Work, social life, sleep. In college, some people claim it is only possible to do two of these things successfully. However, if you come to the Time Management Workshop tonight (Monday, September 3) at 9:30 in the Butt A Lounge, the Peer Advisors will show you how to do all three. We hope to see […]

It’s that time of year! During Orientation, it is the job of my Peer Advisor colleagues and I to make your transition to campus life as easy as possible. Hopefully you met some of us when you arrived this morning (we were among the students standing by to help you move into your residence hall). […]