Eclectic Parties

I got this message from Janine Criscuolo ’07 today. Everyone should respond. seriously.

“As some of you may know, the annual Eclectic Halloween Party was held this past Saturday at Mocon. In the coming weeks, we will be having discussions with the administration about the party and the future of Eclectic parties in general. Student feedback will be extremely important in this process. This is where you come in.

Please email me at jcriscuolo@wesleyan.edu with any feedback you can offer. Don’t be afraid to be as frank and as detailed as possible. Questions and suggestions are also welcome. Some topics we’d especially like to hear about: What do you think of Mocon as a venue? What specifically did you like/dislike about the party? Would you attend another party at Mocon in the future?

You can talk about anything and everything you want. If you feel your opinion would be best expressed in a Wespeak, then by all means go for that as well.

Thanks for your help — this is really important to us.

Janine Criscuolo ’07
President, Eclectic Society”

24 thoughts on “Eclectic Parties

  1. Anonymous

    wasn’t the point that it wasn’t going to be sold out? That was the only problem with eclectic parties that I heard. If they were going to let everyone in, Mocon would be a viable venue. I’d support it if it meant that we didn’t have to buy our tix way in advance….but if it suffers from the same problems as Eclectic as a venue…then screw it.

  2. Anonymous

    wasn’t the point that it wasn’t going to be sold out? That was the only problem with eclectic parties that I heard. If they were going to let everyone in, Mocon would be a viable venue. I’d support it if it meant that we didn’t have to buy our tix way in advance….but if it suffers from the same problems as Eclectic as a venue…then screw it.

  3. Anonymous

    wasn’t the point that it wasn’t going to be sold out? That was the only problem with eclectic parties that I heard. If they were going to let everyone in, Mocon would be a viable venue. I’d support it if it meant that we didn’t have to buy our tix way in advance….but if it suffers from the same problems as Eclectic as a venue…then screw it.

  4. Anonymous

    i was wondering… the people at the door said it was sold out, but i was there the whole night and it never filled up even a little… did people buy tickets and then not go? or did they not sell enough tickets? what happened?

  5. Anonymous

    i was wondering… the people at the door said it was sold out, but i was there the whole night and it never filled up even a little… did people buy tickets and then not go? or did they not sell enough tickets? what happened?

  6. Anonymous

    i was wondering… the people at the door said it was sold out, but i was there the whole night and it never filled up even a little… did people buy tickets and then not go? or did they not sell enough tickets? what happened?

  7. Anonymous

    The mocon party was ridiculously hot and you could not easily leave for a breather as you could at Eclectic, what with the sweet ass balcony and such.

  8. Anonymous

    The mocon party was ridiculously hot and you could not easily leave for a breather as you could at Eclectic, what with the sweet ass balcony and such.

  9. Anonymous

    The mocon party was ridiculously hot and you could not easily leave for a breather as you could at Eclectic, what with the sweet ass balcony and such.

  10. Anonymous

    Positive comments are absolutely more than welcome! We’re looking for all the feedback we can get. If you’d rather send it anonymously, that’s fine too.

  11. Anonymous

    Positive comments are absolutely more than welcome! We’re looking for all the feedback we can get. If you’d rather send it anonymously, that’s fine too.

  12. Anonymous

    Positive comments are absolutely more than welcome! We’re looking for all the feedback we can get. If you’d rather send it anonymously, that’s fine too.

  13. Anonymous

    I actually really liked the party at Mocon. I’m afraid of telling you my feedback with my name attached because it seems people are just against the idea of parties at Mocon because they hate mocon.

  14. Anonymous

    I actually really liked the party at Mocon. I’m afraid of telling you my feedback with my name attached because it seems people are just against the idea of parties at Mocon because they hate mocon.

  15. Anonymous

    I actually really liked the party at Mocon. I’m afraid of telling you my feedback with my name attached because it seems people are just against the idea of parties at Mocon because they hate mocon.

  16. Ben Wu

    Personally I find the idea of attending events that smell like deep fryers and feature terrible acoustics not to be very compelling. As such I doubt I will ever attend an event at Mocon

  17. Ben Wu

    Personally I find the idea of attending events that smell like deep fryers and feature terrible acoustics not to be very compelling. As such I doubt I will ever attend an event at Mocon

  18. Ben Wu

    Personally I find the idea of attending events that smell like deep fryers and feature terrible acoustics not to be very compelling. As such I doubt I will ever attend an event at Mocon

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