Category Archives: Events

Tonight: Desperate Measures Improv Indicted on 12 Counts, Including…

…black-and-white postering, hosting events during my evening class, adding two people to the “To” field in email instead of one in “To” and another in “Cc”, jaywalking, forcing Mark Popinchalk ’13 to send in events, and more:

Work sucks, we know. But the weekend is almost here, and we all love a little laughter. So if you are prefrosh, frosh, soph, june, or even post thesis, you should make it to the Precome show! DM’s annual Wesfest show will be in the WestCo Lounge, from 8 to 9, Thursday April 12th.

Come laugh and get wet with us!

Date: Read the post
Time: Read the post
Place: Peed the roast
Facebook: Yes, that’s a site

WesFest: Meet and Greet with Student Publications!

Writing At Wesleyan and the Shapiro Creative Writing Center will host a meet and greet with members of Wesleyan’s student publications.

Come and learn about all of the exciting writing opportunities and outlets on campus. Professor Anne Greene, Director of Writing Programs, and the Writing Programs Fellows will be available to speak about writing at Wesleyan.

Dessert from Fusion Bakery will be served.

Date: Saturday, April 14
Time: 1:30 to 2:30 PM
Place: The Shapiro Creative Writing Center (Allbritton 311)

Second Stage Presents: [title of show]

From director Ariella Axelbank ’14:

[title of show]—taken from the space on the festival’s application form which asks for the [title of show]—follows Hunter and Jeff and their friends on their journey through the gauntlet of creative self-expression. In the span of 90 minutes they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists.

Starring:
Andrew Hopen ’13
Paul McCallion ’15
Emma MacLean ’14
Emily Hunt ’13
Dylan Griffin ’12
Directed by:
Ariella Axelbank ’14

Date: Friday, April 13; Saturday, April 14
Time: 8 pm
Place: ’92 Theater
Cost: Free

Mayor Drew to Speak with Students Tomorrow

To all those who are interested in learning about Middletown and the town-university relationship, a message from Michael Linden ’15:

Middletown Mayor Dan Drew will be coming to WesFest tomorrow, Friday April 13th, to talk about the Wesleyan-Middletown relationship and how Wesleyan students can become involved in both the town and university communities during their time here.

Come many and come with questions, this is a great opportunity to meet Middletown leadership!

  • What: Mayor Drew is coming
  • Where: Usdan 108
  • When: Friday, April 13, 4:30 – 5:30PM
  • Who’s invited: all members of the Wesleyan community (past, current and future!)

The Library Wants to Talk to You

Speaking of student controversy re: Art Library, library resources, and student input (or lack thereof so far) in all of these decisions, Olin librarian Diane Klare sends word of a conversation happening next Thursday and Friday. Yes, there is free food; yes, you have to sign up in advance; and yes, spots are limited:

The library is looking for students to participate in one of two focus groups discussions to help gather information about current library resources and services.  Free food will be provided for those who join in.  You can sign up for either Thursday evening, April 19, at 6:00 (which includes dinner) or Friday afternoon, April 20, at 12:30 (which includes lunch).  These conversations should take no more than an hour.  Space is limited, so we can only take the first 15 students who respond. To join either group, or if you would like further information, please contact Andrew Klein at aklein01(at)wesleyan(dot)edu on or before Tuesday, April 17.

Dates: Thursday, April 19; Friday, April 20
Time: 6:00 pm, 12:30 pm respectively
Place: TBA when you apply.
Cost: Art Library(????)

Terp Dance Show – sold out!

Cynthia Tong ’14, professional Furby impersonator and Asian baby peddler, has informed me that tickets for the Terpsichore Spring Dance show has officially been sold out on all time slots. If you’re still hell-bent on watching it, here are a few ways to getting a chance:

  • Go here for the Facebook event. Make a wall post asking for extra tickets or something.
  • Use the comments section down below to indicate if you have extras or are looking for extras.
  • Consider waiting at the World Music Hall before the show to capitalize on open spaces/no-shows.
  • Consider watching through the side windows.

And to sign off with the way they always sign off:

Be there.
Dancing is hot.

Dates: Friday, April 13th and Saturday, April 14th
Times: 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm on Friday, 2:00 pm on Saturday
Place: World Music Hall
Cost: $4