1930. France. Dir: Jean Cocteau. With Enrique Rivero, Elizabeth Lee Miller. 55 min.
Cocteau’s loose, surrealistic adaptation of the Orpheus myth meditates on the source of creativity and its inextricable link to destruction. This landmark of avant-garde filmmaking takes the form of a cinematic poem, invoking haunting imagery that continues to resonate with the passing of time. With the anarchic Daffy Duck cartoon “Duck Amuck” – because why not?
DATE: Tonight, September 18th
PLACE: CFS, Goldsmith Family Cinema
Yinka Taiwo-Peters ’12 has a message for hungry or sociable frosh:
All freshmen are invited to a welcome barbeque at X-House, co-hosted by Womanist House, La Casa, Woman of Color House, and more! Come mingle with other freshmen and upperclassmen in the Malcolm-X House Courtyard.
Date: Saturday, September 18th
Time: 2 PM – 5 PM
From Jordan Gratch ’13:
Do you dream of covering your body in highlighter? Do you crave dancing like crazy for hours under black lights? Do you wish you could dance to DJ Aviator, DJ Flammenwerfer, and DJ Bastille? If you answered yes to any or all of the above, then come to the Alpha Delta Phi Black Light Party on Saturday night from 10 PM to 2 AM in the Grotto! Bring your friends and your WesID.
- Date: Sept. 18 – Sept 19
- Time: 10:00 PM – 2:00 AM
- Place: Alpha Delta Phi Basement
[Helpful visual diagram added by A-Batte]