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Wells Daily News

1. Library Materials need to be returned by Friday, May 18

Dear seniors with Library Materials Charged to you:

A FRIENDLY REMINDER

RETURN ALL LIBRARY MATERIALS BY TOMORROW FRIDAY, MAY 18

LIBRARY IS OPEN UNTIL 10pm

If you don’t your college account will be charged $50.00 per book and $75.00 per media on MONDAY MAY 21

This is a NON-REFUNDABLE FEE (We don’t want this to happen)

If any of you needs library materials to finish some work during senior week YOU HAVE TO COME TO THE LIBRARY AND RENEW THE MATERIALS YOU NEED

And

CONGRATULATIONS to all from the Library Staff

Elsie

2. Note to all Wells students who have studied abroad:

Did you study abroad and complete a research project while there? The Forum on Education Abroad sponsors an undergraduate research award: http://www.forumea.org/research-awards.cfm

Criteria:

1. Nominated student must have been:

a) an undergraduate student at the time the research was conducted and

b) enrolled as full-time undergraduate student in the 6 months prior to the submission deadline (that is, not having graduated more than six months before the deadline).

2.The nominated research project must be completed. It may be conducted in any academic discipline, and collaborative research projects conducted jointly and co-authored by students and faculty are encouraged.

3.For the awards, “research” is understood in its broadest possible sense as encompassing the full range of excellence in the academic products of an education abroad experience, from complex site-based research, to papers considering a single topic, to projects realized in electronic or traditional artistic media.

Deadline = late June 2012. Please contact Director of International Programs Amy Staples for more information: international@wells.edu

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1. Congratulations to Wells’ Senior Alex Schloop – work showing in Book Fair

Alex Schloop ’12 was one of 16 students (of 48 applicants) selected by a committee at Columbia College to send work to show in the Artist’s Book Project International Book Fair at The Atelier in Marseille, France. His work, along with information on the Wells Book Arts Center, will also be included in the Artists’ Book International Directory. The show is from October 13 to 14, 2012.

2. Chronicle

Ladies and Gentlemen,

THE CHRONICLE IS OUT! If you subscribed, you can find them in your mailboxes (also if you’re in it!). If you didn’t subscribe but would still like a copy, don’t fret! Copies of The Chronicle can be found in the dining hall.

Happy Reading!

Stephanie Marvin

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Commencement Brunch

May 26, 2012

12:00PM-2:30PM in the Main Dining Hall

$16.99 per guest; $8.99 for children under 12; children five and under free

No Reservations Required

Beverages

Complimentary Mimosas and Kir Royals

Coffee, Tea, and Juices

Stations

Made-to-order Omelets and Crepes

Carving Station Featuring Lemon & Honey Roasted Turkey Breast

Sausage & Cranberry Stuffed Pork Loin wrapped with Brown Sugar Cured Bacon

Hot Buffet

Country style Eggs Benedict

Hickory Smoked Bacon

Maple Cured Sausage

Potatoes O’Brien

Cinnamon Swirl French Toast

Fresh Asparagus and Sweet Peppers

Chicken French w/Fresh Spinach and Roma Tomatoes

Guinness Beef Tips

Haddock and Shrimp Scampi

Wild Rice Pilaf

Fruit and Pastry Table

Assorted fresh pastries, homemade cakes and pies, fresh fruit and Danishes

Phyllis Siemiatkowski

Assistant for Academic and Student Life

170 Main Street

Macmillan 210

Aurora, NY 13026

T-315-364-3311

F-315-364-3329

ps2@wells.edu

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Wells Daily News

1. Reminder from the Library

Exams begin today and many students are studying or taking exams in the library. Please be considerate of your classmates and remain quiet.

Thank you and good luck.

Best,

Muriel

2. Hello!

You will be receiving (CAMPUS MAIL) a list of all Library Materials charged to you.

THEY HAVE TO BE BACK BY THIS FRIDAY MAY 18.

After that day a NON-REFUNDABLE CHARGE of $50.00 per book and $75.00 per media will be charged to your college account. Believe me, we don’t want to do this but if materials are not returned we have to replace them.

If you don?t agree with any charges in the list come and see me or any library staff to clarify the situation.

Good Luck with exams, Congratulations to our Seniors and to all we wish a Great Summer!

Elsie

for the Library Staff

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1. Tonight – Come to the annual Book Arts Minor Show!

An opening reception will be on Monday, May 14, from 6:00 to 8:00pm,and the show will be up until Saturday, May 26.

This year, we’ll be featuring prints, artist books, and structures by seniors Alex Schloop, Page Kienzel, and Constance Wetzel.

There will be a live press demonstration, and refreshments will be provided.

Contact the Wells Book Arts Center at bookartscenter@wells.edu.

2. BOOKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENTS

END OF SEMESTER SALE AT THE BOOKSHOP

Monday – Friday, May 14 – 18, 2012

25% OFF CLOTHING AND WELLS GIFT ITEMS

Sale excludes prior sales, special orders, Wells Books, and consignments. In-store purchases only.

END OF SEMESTER BOOK BUYBACK

Bring your unwanted books to the bookstore. Get CA$H for your books, regardless of where you purchased them

May 14 – 18, 8:30am – 4:30pm

Class of 2014: The last day to order your Junior Mugs is May 18, to ensure early September delivery.

Class of 2013: The last day to order your Cap & Gowns is also May 18, to ensure delivery for the start of classes in August.

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Wells Daily News

1. LIBRARY MATERIALS ARE DUE

Hello!

All Library Materials are due this MONDAY MAY 14

If you need them for longer you have to come and renew them

Remember, $50.00 per book and $75.00 per media (nonn-returnable) will be charged to your account.

I HOPE TO SEE MANY MANY LIBRARY MATERIALS RETURNED THIS WEEKEND AND ON MONDAY

And,,,

The Library Staff wishes you good luck with exams , a great summer and sends

CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO OUR SENIORS!

Elsie

2. INFORMATION FOR CLASS OF 2013!

FULBRIGHT PROGRAM INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS

Attention Class of 2013! The Fulbright Program offers fellowships for graduating seniors to study abroad for one academic year. The program also includes an English Teaching Assistant component. The application process would be started over this coming summer and would continue into the Fall 2012 semester. Interested? Want more information? Stop by to see Director of International Programs Amy Staples on Wednesday 16 May at either noon or 5pm, in the Express Café! http://us.fulbrightonline.org/

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Wells Daily News

1. Thursday, May 10 Events

SENIOR POETS

On Thursday at 7:00 in the Art Exhibit Room, five Senior poets will read from their work. Rita Feinstein, Jake Kilmer, Cody McLoud,and Peter Quinn-Jacobs are English Majors with a Creative Writing Concentration, and Danielle Cregan is a Psychology Major. They are all accomplished poets who wish to share their work with the community before graduating. This will be an exciting event.

Refreshments will be served.

SECOND STAGE

Join us tomorrow (Thursday, May 10) at 5:00pm in Phipps Auditorium for Second Stage-the annual showing of acting scenes and monologues from the Acting Two and Monologues courses.

The event should last from 5:00-7:00pm. You are welcome to join us for some,or all, of the evening!

The student actors are: Marie Angus, Haniyyah Bashir, Angelee Camacho, Valencia Chavez, Phoebe Chestna, Giavarna Faison, Veronica Frisenda, Kelli Furney, Casey Jamieson, Emily Knapp, Foreest Lambert, Mary Losurdo, Stephanie
Leung, Jeremiah Miller, Alexi Montgomery, Claudia Nolan, Huda Rehman and Bryant Sanders.

Hope to see you there!

Siouxsie Easter
Associate Professor of Theatre
Wells College
Aurora, New York 13026
315-364-3232

2. FRIDAY, MAY 11 EVENTS

MORGAN OPERA HOUSE

A theatrical treat awaits at the Morgan Opera House this Friday and Saturday night. An original, prizewinning play, The Unfortunates, concerns the life of an unfortunate woman living in London in the time of Jack the Ripper. Actress
Erica Steinhagen portrays Mary Ellen Kelly and her ghosts in this one woman tour de force. Curtin time is 8 PM both
nights. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $8 for seniors and $5 for students. It is not recommended for children.

Siouxsie Easter
Associate Professor of Theatre
Wells College
Aurora, New York 13026
315-364-3232

“FILMMENTARY IS HOSTING ITS FINAL EVENT!

Join us on Friday at 7pm in Stratton 209 for a free screening of Filmmentary’s commentary contest entries! Still don’t know what the commentary contest is? In a nutshell, members of the club have written jokes to bad B-movies and recorded themselves delivering these jokes. It’s a humorous twist on bad movies!

Come see the culmination of the club’s efforts on the big screen!

We hope to see you there!”

3. THE SYCAMORE NOW ONLINE!

The Sycamore is proud to announce that our Spring 2012 Issue: Taboo is now online!

Visit our blog at WellsSycamore.tumblr.com or click this direct link – http://issuu.com/wellssycamore/docs/spring2012web/1 – to read the issue.

Hard copies will be available in the dining hall and mail room later this week.

Happy reading! Feel free to contact us at WellsSycamore@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

 

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