Category Archives: Events

Not enough auditions for you? Desperate Measures to the rescue.

From Ariel Lesnick ’14:

Do you enjoy making shit up?
Do you watch “Whose Line is it Anyway?” in those fabulous late-night ABC Family time-slots?
Do you mime out the majority of your actions to be ultra-specific (slash talk with your
hands a lot)?
Then have WE got the place for you!!

Come audition for Desperate Measures, Wesleyan’s short-form Improv comedy group!! Auditions will be held on Sunday from 3-4 pm and Tuesday from 9-10 pm in the “East Room” (which is in the Theatre Studios in the CFA). No experience is necessary, just come on down and I am sure, laughter will ensue!

There will probably be a silly hat. No promises though.

Get To Know SHOFCO!

Emily Weitzman ’14 writes:

Are you a freshman looking to get more involved at Wes? A sophomore, junior, or senior who has never gotten a chance to hear what SHOFCO is all about? Shining Hope for Communities is a non-profit organization started by Wesleyan students, with the mission of bringing education and gender equality to Kibera, Kenya, Africa’s largest slum. Check out this video for more info.

At this event, you will hear from students who have just returned from a summer teaching at the Kibera School for Girls, and students who are working hard for SHOFCO right here at Wesleyan. SHOFCO is doing big things. Come to PAC001 tomorrow at 4:30pm to learn how you can become a part of it.

DATE: TOMORROW, Friday, Sept. 9
TIME: 4:30-5:30 pm
PLACE: PAC 001

WesRugby interest meeting tomorrow


WesRugby, Wesleyan’s trans-inclusive women’s rugby team, is having an interest meeting! Come see what it’s is all about.

Date: TOMORROW, Friday, Sept 9
Time: 5:30 pm
Place: Exley 139
Bring: your bad self

[EDIT MV 7:31 pm: WesRugby is a trans-inclusive women’s rugby team.]

Zombie Art Collective Info Meeting

Does it matter that Zonbi Nzumbe (class of 1831, apparently) has been dead for at least a century and a half? Not to us at Wesleying, it doesnt! We’ll post pretty much whatever we get. Unless we, uh, don’t. Sorry. Anyway:

Interested in public art, activist art, free art, art for everybody? Noticed the lack of visual arts culture on campus? Thirsty for blood, or at the very least nourishment for your creative soul?

Come to the Zombie Art Collective info meating and jam tomorrow at 3 PM, whether or not you self-identify as an “artist.” We don’t adhere to the artist-nonartist binary.

The Zombie Art Collective facilitates happenings, spaces, group projects, events and workshops in the Wesleyan community.

Zombie is a non-hierarchical assortment of people aiding one another in projects to reclaim public space for personal expression. Zombies seek to create art that is involved, public, participatory, fluid, and dangerous; in which the role of the artist is to instigate, and the role of the audience is to become co-conspirators in our little mental coup against passivity.

Zombies want your brain.

Where: University Organizing Center, 190 High St.
Who: You and all your friends
When: Friday, 3 PM

Scared shitless yet? No? How about now? Yeah, that’s right. You better come (and yes, that means you, Habibi Mizuno ’15).

Board Game Night!

From Natalie Sacks ’14:

Tired of spending every Friday night wandering from frat to frat?  Want to meet some awesome people, play some games, and eat delicious snacks?  Then come to Board Game Night at Well-Being House this Friday night, and we’ll have our own party.

To get to Well-Being House (250 Court St):
Walk down High Street, and take a right on Court.  250 is at the end of the block on the right.

Date:   Sept. 9
Time:   9:00 PM – Midnight
Place:  Well-Being House (250 Court St)

Now Hiring: Red & Black Calling Society

Casey Reed ’12 and distinguished senior, Claire O’Brien ’12, write in to tell you about one of the best places to work on campus. I ain’t even playin’. Their words and awesome designs below:

  • Work for a non-profit organization (The Wesleyan Fund)
  • Be part of a competitive team
  • Practice crucial communications skills with alumni and parents

Work-Study AND Non-Work-Study applicants are eligble! Need more information? Come to one of the following info sessions all in PAC 002!

1) Sunday September 11, 8-9 p.m.
2) Monday September 12, 8-9 p.m.
3) Tuesday September 13, 8-9 p.m.

Note: Résumés and cover letters are required as we will have many applicants. No expertise is necessary.For futher information, please contact: Claire O’Brien ’12, Head manager (ceobrien@wes) or Dan Bloom ’10, Program Director (djbloom@wes).

Play Women’s Ultimate!

Want to party with some awesome girls at Wesleyan? And also play some sick Ultimate Frisbee? If so, come play with Vicious Circles, Wesleyan’s only all female frisbee team. They’ll be practicing at the bottom of Foss Hill at 4 p.m. on Monday. Seriously the best team on campus; I swear I’m not biased.. If you don’t believe me, then check out how much fun they’re having here:

Date: Monday, September 12th
Time: 4 p.m.
Location: Bottom of Foss Hill

Disclaimer: All grade and skill levels are welcome. And bring cleats, if you have them. If not, no worries.

ONO Auditions Still On!

Cara Tratner ’12 writes in to let you ladies know that they’re giving y’all one more shot to audition for Onomatopoeia, one of Wesleyan’s premiere female a cappella groups. So, head on over to the CFA Music Studios TODAY from 7 to 9 p.m. to try out! Here’s one of my personal Ono favorites to inspire you.

Date: TODAY!
Time:
7 to 9 p.m.
Location:
CFA Music Studios

 

J%IN TH& &MP&RS&ND


Like what you see above? Want to size up members of the New England Small College Athletic Conference? Enjoy deconstructing the creative lineage of Post-Linus critical theory? Want to expose Michael Roth’s nipples and liven up your sex life? Dying to trip with Tryptophantasm? Just thirsty for breast milk? Still trying to find out where the Destiny’s Child concert is?

Join the Wesleyan Ampersand, the humor component of the Wesleyan Argus. Find us tomorrow, September 8, at 4:30 outside Allbritton (or on the fourth floor if the weather blows). Snacks will be provided, both sweet and savoury.