Come to the German Haus today for (Eis)Kaffee und Kuchen: Study Abroad Edition!
In addition to casual German and non-German conversations, the members of the German Haus, Prof. Bork-Goldfield, and our wonderful guests will share their study abroad/work experiences in Germany and other German-speaking countries, and give you helpful tips about program options and the lifestyle abroad.
We look forward to sharing our excitement for German culture and assisting you with any other questions related to campus German life. Bring your questions, maybe your laptops, and stomachs ready for cake!
Date: Wednesday, May 2
Time: 4.30 – 6.00 PM
Place: German Haus, 65 Lawn Avenue
Maggie Cohen ’12 writes in:
Missed the first workshop a couple of weeks ago? Here’s a second opportunity to learn and discuss with other active individuals on communication and healthy relationships. Join us for a lively discussion about building and maintaining healthy relationships. Through self-reflection, movement and skills-building, clarify your needs in relationships and learn how to set boundaries and manage conflict.
Date: Wednesday, May 2
Time: 7 pm – 9 pm
Place: Usdan 110
It’s that time again, friends. Music, Marshmallows, Chocolate, Graham Crackers, S’mores, Redundancy—we’ll have it all this Thursday.
The bands Men With Bad Manners and The Rooks each will be playing a set while you get your s’mores on and hang out with your friends. The event is free, including the raffle to win some delectable prizes. So what are you doing this Thursday? Charring some marshmallow fluff and rocking out—that’s what.
Date: Thursday, May 3rd
Time: 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Place: Outside Usdan
Tanya Purdy, director of WesWell, did not specific but most likely approves of the image used in this post for her message:
The deadline for performing in Unspeakable Acts and Know the Line has been extended to May 4th! For more information, please see the original post.
Do it! You get to come back early!
Deadline: May 4th, 2012
Ally “Wa-Wa” Wang ’12 writes in, pointing us towards the latest effort by College of the Environment and Prof. William Pinch (along with his leather jacket, I suppose) to save the world:
Interested in learning about water issues? Come to Earth House for an informal panel to hear professors and students talk about hidden costs and politics surrounding water.
This Wednesday night, 3 of the fellows at the College of Environment’s Think Tank are speaking at Earth House about the “True Worth of Water.” We tend to think that water issues don’t apply here in Connecticut, but the water around us is not free, and politics of use surround it. The water bottle interns will also be there to talk about getting rid of water bottles at Wesleyan.
There will be a discussion afterwards.
Date: Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012
Place: Earth House, 159 High Street
Time: 6:30 pm – 8.00pm