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Unlocked Magazine Sale Continues!

From Ella Dawson ’14:

Back by popular demand, Unlocked Magazine, Wesleyan’s student run art and sexuality magazine, will continue selling our 2012 Calendar and Spring ’11 issue in Usdan this upcoming week, from noon until 1pm! Remember to bring cash: calendars are $5 each, magazines are $5 each, and the price is $8 total if you buy both a calendar and a magazine at the same time.

We also deliver! Email unlockedmag[at]gmail[dot]com to place an order.

Date/Time: February 27th – March 2nd, noon until 1 p.m. each day
Place: Usdan
Cost: Magazine and calendar $5 each, $8 for both

Play Pong, Help Habitat

A Bar Night pregame that has impact on more than just your kitchen table. Enter Habitat for Humanity & Beta’s Beer Pong Tournament by purchasing a $5 ticket at Pi during lunch this Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. The ticket guarantees you a spot in the tournament this Wednesday from 8:30-11pm at the Nest, as well as discounted beer/drinks, free wings & prizes. We’ll also be raffling off a Jeremy Lin jersey & Portero will be supplying the beatz. 21+ to enter.

Date: Wednesday, February 29
Time: 8:30-11:00 p.m.
Place: The Nest

What is Ecofeminism Anyways?: A Symposium

This Friday, don’t miss What is Ecofeminism Anyways?, a symposium organized by Alex Ketchum’12

Greta Gaard is author of The Nature of Home (2007) and Ecological Politics: Ecofeminists and the Greens  (1998), editor of Ecofeminism: Women, Animals, Nature (1993), and co-editor of Ecofeminist Literary Criticism (1998). Her essays have appeared in Hypatia, Signs, Environmental Ethics, The Ecologist, Ethics and the Environment, and other volumes of feminist, environmental, sexuality, and cultural studies collections. She currently is volunteering at OccupyMN and MN350.org. She is an Associate
Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.

Lori Gruen is author of Ethics and Animals (2011) and the co-editor of the recently revised Reflecting on Nature: Readings in Environmental Philosophy (2012, first edition 1994) among other books. Her essays have appeared in Hypatia, Ethics and the Environment, Animal Behavior, Women and  Environments and she has written many chapters and reference pieces on ecofeminism, animals, and gender/sexuality. Lately her engaged scholarship has focused on the plight of chimpanzees. She is the co-coordinator of Wesleyan Animal Studies and is the chair of the Philosophy Department at Wesleyan.

Professors Gaard and Gruen have also collaborated with each other for over two decades and written a number of articles together
Sponsored by: Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, The College of the Environment, Wesleyan Animal Studies,  Long Lane Farm, and Women of Color House.

Date: Friday, March 2nd
Time: 4:15 pm
Place: Allbritton 311

* Vegan snacks will be provided *