Think ET but not. And like, people. Michael Steves ’13:
Come see “4 Horsemen”, a new student-written play, this Thursday,
Friday, and Saturday in the Westco Cafe! All three shows start at 8pm.
“4 Horsemen” is a sci-fi drama-comedy about four average people
who come in contact with an alien that represents itself as the thing
that is missing most in your life (i.e. an estranged child, or a
friend you’ve lost touch with). When the alien reveals that it’s
species intends to destroy the world at dawn, the 4 people have to
convince the strange being that humanity is worth preserving.
Rachel Berman of the Career Center wants you to come learn about Afropop’s internship opportunities and interview on the spot:
Afropop is seeking bright, motivated students (i.e you) who would like valuable experience working in media/arts/internet environment, world music promotion & publicity, social networking sites, web site and e-Newsletter research & production, and arts/non-profit administration.
The interviews are taking place tomorrow from 12:30 pm to 4:00 at Olson Commons, Career Center. An excerpt of Afropop’s acclaimed film Festival in the Desert: The Tent Sessions, featuring intimate performances filmed in northern Mali near Timbuktou, will be shown. Interviews will take place afterwards. Please do not hesitate to come even if you cannot arrive at 12:30! Don’t forget to bring your resume!
You folks should check this really interesting lecture goin’ on tomorrow. It lies somewhere in the intersection of neuroscience, philosophy, gender studies, psychology (which I suppose is neuroscience lite #heyooooooooo #hatersgonnahate), and other stuff I’m probably not thinking of right now.
Anyway, it’s the 25th Annual Diane Weiss ’80 Memorial lecture, and it features Prof. Rebecca Jordan-Young of Barnard College (pictured right). Brief bio from the Barnard website:
Professor Jordan-Young is a sociomedical scientist whose research includes social epidemiology studies of HIV/AIDS, and evaluation of biological work on sex, gender and sexuality. She teaches courses in science and technology studies, sexuality, gender theory, and HIV/AIDS.
Piss drunk and looking for trouble, I logged on to facebook, looking for an Internet fight. When I made it clear to Ala Faller ’12 that this was my territory and she could pry my keyboard from my cold dead hands, she linked me to a page with the words below:
Desperate for good food, music, and an all expenses paid trip to Italy? Willing to settle for 2 of 3? Then come to Psi U this Wednesday for our 2nd DINNER AND A SHOW of the semester! Featuring the beautiful vocal stylings of Wesleyan’s own Cardinal Sinners, the music aspect is sure to provide the perfect early Wednesday evening entertainment. The Chique Chaque eating service (running since 1836) provides a great alternative to the monotonous Weswings specials and endless Summerfields burritos that have come to define your boring Wesleyan eating experience. Best part? Only 10 points!
You cant miss this event.
No excuses will be accepted.
Date: Today, April Today Time: 7 PM Place: Chique Chaque (remember last time?) Cost: it feels weird actually typing something here 10 points Phasebook: Set to stun Look What I Found:On the Internet
Please join the Pi Alpha Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Ujamaa, and the Nu Psi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. for a discussion about the murder of Trayvon Martin and a letter writing campaign. The letters will be sent to the Chief of police in Sanford, Florida.
1973. Mexico. Dir: Alejandro Jodorowsky. With Horacio Salinas. 114 min.
In this hallucinatory and savagely sacrilegious parable from the EL TOPO filmmaker, a thief, an alchemist, and seven planetary embodiments make a pilgrimage to a mountaintop temple to uncover the secret of immortality. But as birds fly from bullet holes and reptiles reenact the history of Mexico, it seems their dreamy trip might turn out to be a nightmare.
Free food! Free Socrates! Free Earl! From Ellie Damaskos ’12:
Sophomores and Freshmen: Interested in hearing about how studying the ancient world can help set you on a modern career path? Come to the Classical Studies Open House! For prospective and current Classical Civilization and Classics majors.
Hosted by the Department of Classical Studies.
Date: Thursday, April 5 Time: 12:00 pm Place: Downey House Lounge (Room 200) Free: Lunch