Category Archives: Events

Eating Disorder Support Group

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Anyone looking for a space space to work towards recovery is welcome!

Date: Wednesday, September 12th
Time: 7-8 PM
Place: Albritton 113

If you have questions, please contact Leada Fuller at lfullermaras(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.

Community Engagement Fair

News of a big event tomorrow coming your way via Dana Pellegrino ’12:

The Community Engagement Fair exhibits all types of programs, projects, and partners that can help you get involved in and engage with greater Middletown! Projects include working with community schools, health organizations, and art initiatives, as well as a host of other opportunities (some even for ~$$~ through Work-Study).

DATE: Tomorrow (9/12/12)
TIME: 11:30 AM –  01:15 PM
PLACE: Usdan Courtyard
COST: Fr-iz-ee

Mystery Movie & S’mores Study Break @ ADP

WISHBONE!?!?!?! Charming Yu ’13’s enticing event picture startles you from your pensive pipe puffing and paper pursuing. You put these aside and read on…

It’s a night of mystery at Alpha Delt. Come gather around the fireplace for gooey s’mores and recharge to survive the rest of the week.

P.S. bring your detective hats. This will be the most thrilling study break yet!

Date: Wednesday, Sep. 12th
Time: 8-9pm
Place: Alpha Delta Phi, 185 High Street

Meditation @ BuHo

From Noah Rush ’14:

Come to Wash.
Take your shoes off.
Sit.
Weekday Mornings @ 9 AM
Mondays and Thursdays @ 6 PM
Buddhist House
356 Washington Street
(across from Indian Hill)

Date: Weekday mornings; Monday and Thursday evenings
Time: 9AM and 6PM, respectively
Place: Buddhist House (356 Wash)

9/11 Memorial – Tonight

9/11 MemorialFrom Mansoor Alam ’15:

Come join us tonight for an informal discussion and conversation on 9/11. To remember the victims both here and abroad, regardless of race and creed, to discuss what has happened in the years following, and to honor our responsibility of pledging to move forward in the direction of peace and justice.  Hosted by the MSA, tea and coffee will be served.

Date: Tonight, 9/11
Time: 9PM
Place: Library, Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (ORSL)

Education Policy Speaker Series: Jack Dougherty—No Relation to Claire

TheAndy Ribner ’14 Gives a Fuck About Education” Lecture Series continues this afternoon with Jack Dougherty, professor at Trinity:

Professor Jack Dougherty of Trinity College, will be speaking on the history of education via the niche of education in Hartford: how has the civil rights movement and housing influenced education in Central Connecticut?

Note: This is part of a weekly speaker series on Education Policy.

Date: Today, September 11
Time: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Place: PAC002
Cost: Free

Casting Call: “An Eye for an Eye”

From Sarah-Jane Ripa:

Shot in the face and left for dead because of how you might pray. Abandoned by hope, love, and the system. Your attacker convicted and put on Death Row. What would you do?

“An Eye for an Eye” is the story of what one man, placed in these extraordinary circumstances did do: he forgave his attacker, and began a journey that will end when there is a World Without Hate. If you would like to participate in an open reading of the play “An Eye for an Eye” please visit here for audition information. The reading will take place as part of Homecoming/Family weekend at 7 PM on October 19. Auditions will be held Thursday, September 13. Email sripa(at)wesleyan(dot)edu with any questions.  

Date: Thursday, Sept 13
Time: 5-10 pm
Place: Usdan Room 136

Join WesWinds (MUSC 443)

Taran Catania ’13 writes in:

Played in high school band and miss it? Play an instrument but wish you could be in a group? Want a fun and painless way to snag an extra credit this semester?

WesWinds is a wind ensemble that meets on Tuesday nights in Crowell Concert Hall from 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM. No audition required; if you can play an instrument and have access to it here, you are already qualified. Take it for a full credit (CR/U or graded) or just for fun. The group is open to the Middletown community as well. The final concert takes place during the last class of the semester.

All instruments are welcome, but we are especially looking for:

Apply to Work at Green Street Arts Center

From Codi Leitner ’13:

Do you enjoy working with children? Are you searching for a fun and fulfilling on-campus job? Are you interested in becoming more involved in the Middletown Community? Need an excuse to nurture your passion for coloring books and play-doh?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, then you should consider working at Green Street Arts Center! Green Street is a non-profit afterschool enrichment center run by Wesleyan for students of Middletown public schools and we are looking for new student workers! This opportunity is open for work-study students and those who wish to volunteer. Open positions include teaching assistants, homework tutors, van monitors, and musical mentors. If you are imaginative, motivated, and energetic, we strongly encourage you to apply. Interested parties should please send a cover letter and resume to greenst(at)wesleyan(dot)edu ASAP and fill out the online Fall 2012 application here!

Date, Time: ASAP/all year!
Place: Green Street Arts Center