Star and Crescent Restaurant Hours LUNCH: Tuesday-Thursday 12:00-12:35, $11.00 (+$0.75 to go) DINNER: Monday-Thursday 5:00-6:45, $13.75 (+$1.00 to go)
Located at Alpha Delta Phi House First Three Freshman Eat Free!!!!
DINNER- Greens w/ Cider Vin. BBQ Chicken or Tofu, Collard Greens, Baked Mac & Cheese
DES- Red Velvet Cake
We’re re-booting the print edition of Method, a student-run arts magazine, and want YOUR work to be featured in it. We encourage any and all art submissions. The deadline to submit by is March 1st. You can send your work to methodsubmissions[at]gmail[dot]com. If you have any questions feel free to e-mail us.
There’s no submission deadline but get on this asap, probably.
Do you identify as female? Are you curious about Greek life? Do you want to meet other women at Wesleyan? Then you should consider rushing Rho Epsilon Pi, Wesleyan’s only sorority.
We’ll have two information sessions to let you know what we’re all about before the formal rush process begins. So come on by to 41 Wyllys, Room 112 to chat with us and determine whether you might be interested! All grade levels are welcome!
We’ll host info sessions on Tuesday, February 9th @ 8:15pm & Wednesday, February 10th @ 7:30pm. We will be covering the history of Rho Ep, the rush process, how we are trying to redefine sorority, and more! If you are at all interested in Rho Ep and what we do, this is the best way to find out.
If you can’t make it to either meeting or have questions about the sorority or rush process, please send a message to rhoeprush[at]gmail[dot]com.
Help us shape our sorority into an organization that our entire student body can take pride in at Wesleyan. Rho Epsilon Pi is open to any Wesleyan student who identifies as female.
Sessions: Tuesday, February 9th at 8:15PM and Wednesday, February 10th at 7:30PM Place: 41 Wyllys room 112 facebook event
Hannah Sokoloff-Rubin, Jesalyn Ortiz, and Alexandra Stovicek write in:
Passionate about reproductive health? Interested in working as a patient advocate in local abortion clinics? Want to be involved in the only college-based doula project in the country?
Apply to be trained as an abortion doula with the Wesleyan Doula Project!
For security reasons, people who get abortions aren’t allowed to bring anyone with them for support during or after their procedures. Our project trains Wes students to offer that missing support – as doulas, we volunteer weekly at local abortion clinics to provide patients with emotional and physical support and advocacy during their procedures and recovery.
We will be holding our annual training on April 2-3! If you are interested in applying, you must attend ONE of our two info sessions and complete an application and interview process. More details (and snacks!) at the info sessions.
INFO SESSION 1: Monday, February 8 from 7-8 PM in 41 Wyllys Room 113
INFO SESSION 2: Wednesday, February 10 from 7-8 in PAC 104
Interested in food? Interested in the environment? Interested in how they affect each other? Concerned about climate change, social inequality, and environmental responsibility?
Climate Ambassadors is hosting a faculty panel to address these issues! Professors Lori Gruen (PHIL/ENVS/FGSS), Tony Hatch (SISP/SOC), and Sharisse Kanet (PHIL) will be discussing the impact of big agriculture on the environment and its role in climate change. We will also look at how often institutions, such as Wesleyan, invest in big agriculture, and the social effects of changes to big agriculture, including public health implications. Also, there will be FREE TYPHOON DINNER!!! (yes FREE!)
yoga is scary and screws with your mind. or it’s calming. sometimes your teacher is constantly adjusting you. sometimes they’re drilling you. sometimes your teacher is a long haired yogi master who is always levitating in full lotus position. yoga, when done in a group setting, may be an intentional way to commit to your practice. or it may feel like a mere robotic repetition of positions passed down from the time of the vedas. or it may be a way to connect with your inner self.
COME AUDITION FOR SAVASANA, a psychothriller short film written & directed by Jacob Seltzer about a yoga teacher training course! Em, the protagonist, is battling her inner demons and looks to yoga in order to cure herself, but when she participates in a yoga teacher training course led by Mark, a manipulative yet seductive guru, the class becomes a cultish experience that complicates internal struggle with an external struggle she must conquer as well.
Come audition! Everyone is welcome!
No need to prepare anything. Sides will be provided
Playwright and director Guillermo Calderon is one of Chile’s most successful contemporary theater artists, known for his deeply political work that unflinchingly confronts the dictatorship’s effects on the country and its people with astonishing formal precision, linguistic grace, and intellectual depth.
His works include “Neva,” “Diciembre,” and “Escuela;” and have been performed in New York, Los Angeles, and internationally in over 20 countries. An Outside the Box Theater Series event presented by the Theater Department and the Center for the Arts. Co-sponsored by Wesleyan’s Writing Certificate.
Date: Tuesday, February 9 Time: 7-8 PM Place: Memorial Chapel
1959. Brazil/France/Italy. Dir: Marcel Camus. With Breno Mello, Marpessa Dawn. 107 min. 35mm print.
Eurydice is on the run, hiding from a strange man; Orfeu is in love with her, but engaged to another. Come celebrate Carnival with one of cinema’s biggest parties, as the streets pulse with energized bodies, swirls of vibrant color, and bossa nova beats. Sponsored by the Dept. of Romance Languages & Literatures.
Interested in astronomy and/or the histories of astronomy and education? Want to party in the Van Vleck Observatory? As part of a series of events celebrating the observatory’s centennial, we are honoring the 143rd birthday of Frederick Slocum, Van Vleck’s first director, this Saturday, February 6th at 7 p.m..
Along with snacks and refreshments, Research Associate Professor of Astronomy Roy Kilgard and Professor of History Amrys Williams will be recreating a 1916-era public astronomy lecture in period attire using original lantern slides and projector from the observatory’s collections. A Q&A session will follow the lecture, and if the conditions permit, the newly restored 20” refracting telescope will be open for observing!
Date: Saturday, February 6 Time: 7-9PM Place: The Van-Vleck Observatory