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Unlocked Magazine

Elizabeth S. ’12 submits:

Want to do your part and make sure that Wesleyan continues to stay the #1 Horniest School in America? Come work for Unlocked MagazineUnlocked Magazine is Wesleyan’s very own student run sex-magazine. Whether you’re interested in being a model, photographer, writer, layout editor, or business coordinator, Unlocked Magazine wants you. Our first general meeting is this Thursdayat 4:15 pm in Albritton Room 311. Get Excited!!! (pun possibly intended)

If you have any questions please email us at unlockedmag@gmail.com

  • Date: Thursday, September 29th, 2011
  • Time: 4:15pm
  • Location: Allbritton Room 311

Meditation, Taichi, and Kung Fu Classes

From Alan Rodi ’12:

This year’s classes in Meditation, Taichi, and Kung Fu taught by the Wesleyan Small Forest Temple have begun. The classes meet on Thursdays: Meditation at 5:00pm in the Memorial Chapel meditation room, Taichi at 6:30 in the Freeman Athletic Center Multipurpose Room, and Kung Fu at 7:30 in the Freeman Athletic Center Wrestling Room. Please come and join us!

Ji Myong is the Temple Master of the Small Forest Temple. Ji Myong is the name given by Grand Master Seung Sahn in the traditional manner to his disciple (original name Anthony Scionti) who began as a student of martial-arts since 1970 under the authority of Master Infererra and Grand Master Shimabuku, and whose black belt standing is recognized by the All-Japan Empty-Handed Way Association and registered with the Tokyo Police, as required by Japanese law, and then (1975) by Grand Master Seung Sahn, transmitting the Original Way of Shaolin, Anthony holds an M.S. in counseling, is a certified school psychologist, therapist and private counselor. He has led numerous workshops and conferences in both private and public sectors in psychology, self-guidance, spiritual growth, meditation and self-healing training.

Student-Run Grief Support Group Weekly Meeting

An anonymous student sends in this tip about Wes’s grief support group, which is having its first meeting this Wednesday (and all subsequent Wednesdays) at 7:30:

Have you lost someone that you loved/knew well/sort of knew? Do you wish that you were able to talk about it sometimes and not have people react really uncomfortably? Want the option to talk and listen in a really supportive place?

Consider coming to the student-run Grief Group, a group of people who get together one evening a week to shoot the breeze in an environment that makes it totally comfortable and non-awkward to bring up issues of death and grieving. You don’t need to be actively mourning someone to belong at Grief Group. You don’t have to feel sad to come talk and hang out. You also are never required to keep coming. Stop by whenever you need or want to.

We meet Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm in the Solarium room in the Health Center. Go in the back door (facing Malcolm X house) and follow the signs up the stairs, around the corner, and into the former WesWell area. The Solarium will be at the end of the hall when you turn left.

WesDems meeting w/ Guests Speakers + Free Pizza

From Gabriela De Golia ’13:

WesDems meeting w/ guests speakers this Wednesday!

Want to meet local politicians and other people involved in the political process? Then come to the WesDems meeting this Wednesday evening! Former Wesleyan student and State Rep. Matt Lesser will be joining us, along with Jesse Young, legislative aid to Rep. Chris Murphy’s Senate campaign, to talk about how Wesleyan students can get involved in local and state politics! Free pizza will be served as well.

See you at 7:15 PM in PAC 107!

Date: Wednesday, September 28
Time: 7:15 pm
Place: PAC 107

Writing At Wesleyan Presents Author Jim Shepard At Russell House

Come to Russell House this Wednesday to see author Jim Shepard.

Jim Shepard is the author of six novels and four collections of short stories. His novel Project X won the 2005 Library of Congress/Massachusetts Book Award, and his 2010 collection, Like You’d Understand, Anyway, was a finalist for the National Book Award. He has been a columnist on film for The Believer and is the recipient of a fellowship from the Guggenheim Foundation.  He teaches at Williams College.

A Q&A with Jim Shepard will take place at 4:15 P.M. on Wednesday in the Shapiro Event Room (Allbritton 311).

Date: Wednesday, September 28th

Time: 8 P.M.

Place: Russell House (350 High Street)

A book signing and reception will follow the event. *

For more information, please visit The Russell House Prose and Poetry Series.

SFCC/TBTN Meeting Tonight

“She asked for it.” “He shouldn’t have been so drunk.” “She was practically having sex with him already.” “I know he’s a really good guy so he wouldn’t have done that.” “But they’ve hooked up before and ze didn’t say no…”

Help us combat these myths! Come to the Students for Consent and Communication (SFCC) and Take Back the Night Meeting! We create a safe environment on campus by:

 

  • leading workshops about enthusiastic consent
  • raising awareness about resources for sexual violence prevention and response on and off campus
  • inviting speakers
  • plan Take Back the Night

… and much much more!

When: TONIGHT, Monday, 8:15pm.
Where: PAC 136