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Mesa de Español

Quieres hablar en la lengua de Antonio Banderas, Penelope Cruz, los ganadores de la copa mundial  y los profesores de Estudias Ibéricas?  Conversar con la gente hispanohablante de Wesleyan en la Mesa de Español en Usdan mañana!

(English translation: Want to speak in the language of Antionio Banderas, Penelope Cruz, the world cup winners and Iberian Studies professors? Converse with Wesleyan’s spanish speakers at the Mesa de Español at Usdan tomorrow!)

Mesa de Español – hora de conversación abierta.  Los jueves a las 12 P.M. en Usdan, segundo piso.

  • Date: Tomorrow, Sept. 30, and every Thursday until May 5th
  • Time: 12 noon – 1:00 PM
  • Place: Usdan, 2nd floor

WesGreek Dinner

From Georgios Malliaros ’12:

Come join the WesGreeks for their first dinner of this semester! Come and try delicious homemade Greek food for free and learn more about the Wesleyan Hellenic Society and its actions. We will start serving this Friday at 7pm on 48 Home Av. There will be vegetarian dishes. Bring your friends!

P.S. Of course you don’t have to be Greek to appreciate Greek food so come and check it out!!!

Date: Oct. 1
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: 48 Home Avenue

Film Series: “Fargo”

1996. USA. Dir: Joel Coen. With Frances McDormand, William H. Macy. 98 min.

Amidst the snowy landscape and funny-sounding accents, a pregnant policewoman slowly uncovers a haphazard murder plot as her bumbling suspect struggles to protect his ill-conceived crime. This blood-soaked comedy of errors – chock-full of that delightfully ominous Coens quirk – will make you never want to look at a woodchipper again.

DATE: Tonight, September 29
PLACE: CFS, Goldsmith Family Cinema

“Cheat” Auditions – Senior Thesis Film

From Ameen Beydoun ’11:

A poor high-school student resorts to illegal activity to make enough money to go to college. What did he do? How did he do it?

Omar – Male, 17-19. A highly-intelligent high school student with hope and lots of ambition. Self-conscious but still cool in a slightly nerdy way.

Jonny – Male 17-19. Street smart student. Deals drugs and always finds the easiest way of getting what he wants. Lively, urban, and basically a total G.

Max – Male 17-19. Best friends with Omar. Very nerdy but not too intelligent, despite all his studying.

Prepare a monologue and expect to do a cold reading.

Contact abeydoun(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for questions or conflicts.

Date: Oct. 3 – Oct. 3
Time: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Place: Fayerweather 106

Come to the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange’s performance of Drift!

This Friday The Liz Lerman Dance Exchange will perform Drift.

Farmland becomes a strip mall. Time passes. Businesses move out and a church takes over. The corn field that yielded to a supermarket is now a church sanctuary- complete with automatic doors. By turns comic, provocative, and wistful, Drift moves forward and backward in time. What happens when land changes hands? What becomes of people and their jobs? Where does our food come from? And what are California peaches doing in Georgia? The Liz Lerman Dance Exchange returns with a new work by company member Cassie Meador. The company is known for creating groundbreaking dance works that make meaningful connections between people and art and are performed by a multi-generational company.


Date: Friday , October 01 , 2010

Time: 8 PM – 10 PM

Place: CFA Theater

Admission: $8 (Get your tickets at the Usdan Box Office)

Cupcakes and Mocktails!

From Yinka Taiwo-Peters ’12:

Come get crunked with the lovely ladies of WoCoHo and get acquainted with the powerful, beautiful, amazing women of color community on campus! We’ll be serving cupcakes and unbelievable mock-tails, and taking time out of everyone’s crazy schedules to come together, build connections and spread love. Invite your friends, spread the word!

It’s going to be fiyahhhhhh!!
PS: Cupcake baking and decoration in Wocoho and Womanist House on Friday from 2-6pm. Come through!

Date:   Oct. 1
Time:   9:00 PM – 11:30 PM
Place:  WoCoHo – Women of Color House, 227 Pine Street

Wesleyan Students for Animal Welfare meeting

From Mary Vallo ’13:

This year’s first meeting of Wesleyan Students for Animal Welfare (WSAW) will be this Wednesday 9/29 at 7:30 pm in Usdan 110. We will be discussing some exciting new volunteering and fund-raising opportunities as well as continuing the efforts we began last year. Non-vegetarians welcome! Contact us with any questions at wesanimalwelfare(at)gmail(dot)com

Date: Sept. 29 – Sept. 29
Time: 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Place: Usdan 110

Psi U Dance Showcase

From Allison Hurd ’11:

Precision Dance Company Presents:
Dance Showcase ’10: come dance and watch dance at Psi U!
Featuring Performances by:
Tap Attack, Kalalu, Terp Core, X-Tacy, Fusion, Wes Step, Isis, Precision, Gyrate, and music by DJ Montez!

Dance Performances start at 11pm.

Date: Oct. 2 – Oct. 3
Time: 10:00 PM – 1:00 AM
Place: Psi U

Screening of Documentary Film Class Spring 2010

From Veronika Vackova ’12:

Come one, come all to a screening of work from the last semester’s
Documentary Film class! Among other topics, the films cover quirky
old Cuban immigrants, quirky young foreign exchange students,
disenchanted environmental activists, indifferent divorcees, and incompetent beer-makers.

Date: Sept. 30 – Sept. 30
Time: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Place: CFS 190

Apply to be Wesleyan’s nominee for the 2010 CT Student Circuit Poet competition!

Apply to be Wesleyan’s nominee for the 2010 CT Student Circuit Poet competition!
Submit 5 pages of verse (which might be one long poem or several poems) to the Writing Programs office, Downey House Room 112, by 2:00 pm Friday, October 1st.
Wesleyan’s nominee will enter the state-wide competition. CT Student Circuit Poets read their work at universities across the state. Apply Today!

Date: Friday, October 1st.
Time: by 2:00 pm
Place: the Writing Programs office (Downey House Room 112)