Christian Hosam ’15 wants to know if you’re “interested in talking about diversity and/or social justice, either personally or socially.” Christian is the Dwight Greene Intern for Community Engagement and Discussion, through the Office of Diversity and Student Engagement. Christian is also, as of today, Chair of the WSA’s new Committee for Inclusion and Diversity (CID).
You can also email him at chosam(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Date: Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 26
Place: 200 Church
From Simon Riker ’14:
Psi U may not be throwing any parties these days, but that doesn’t mean that we’ve completely withdrawn into our four-story man cave.
Turn the tides, see the brothers you’ve been missing and enjoy a fresh, home-cooked meal at Psi U’s eating club, Chique Chaque, tomorrow (Wednesday night) at 6:30. Entertainment will be provided by campus duo, The Blooming Youth (Alex Lough ’13 and Emma Daniels ’13).
The meal is lasagna (vegetarian too, don’t worry).
The price is 10 points.
Facebook event here!
And check out the Blooming Youth!
Date: Wednesday, September 26
Time: 6:30 pm
Place: Psi U
Cost: 10 points
The editors of Method Magazine, Wesleyan’s annual culture and commentary journal, are looking for new contributors from a variety of disciplines to help make this year’s print issue and blog the dopest yet.
Interested in contributing to Method Magazine? We are a student life and art magazine and subsidiary blog (methodmagazine.com). We work around monthly themes for the blog and a larger theme for our yearly issue. We are looking for: anyone interested in writing a column for the blog, a random post here and there, graphic designers, poets, illustrators, artists, etc.
If interested, hit up their first general meeting/info session this Thursday in PAC 004 at 8pm!
- Date: Thursday, September 27th
- Time: 8pm
- Place: PAC 004
The majestic Marjorie Hunt ’15 writes in:
Our second farmers market of the year is tomorrow (Wednesday)! The weather is going to be beautiful, so make sure you soak up that sunshine with a delicious locally-grown apple, just-brewed cup of coffee, or hot-from-the-oven bread or pastry. Don’t forget to bring cash as most of our vendors do not accept debit or credit (and none accept WesCards). We will also be selling super sexy Farmers Market tank tops for $5.
Date: Wednesday, September 26
Time: 11 am to 2 pm
Location: Usdan Courtyard
Cost: Depends, bring cash
Eric Swack ’14 doesn’t need to see your ID:
The Wesleyan Homebrewers Alliance is having its first informational meeting of the year. All Wesleyan students are welcome to attend, even if you’re underage. We are a student group that meets on a weekly basis to brew beer styles from all over the world with an emphasis on creating great tasting craft brews that utilize local ingredients. All skill and experience levels are encouraged to attend, and we will be organizing houses after this event. If you have any questions or can not attend, feel free to email eswack@wes. Those interested in hosting or leading a brewhouse this year should email ahead of time, and show up 15 minutes early to the meeting.
Date: Thursday, September 27
Time: 10:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Place: 6 Fountain
Sewon Kong ’14 wants you to be the next “The Waterboy” , kind of:
Wesleyan eliminated bottled water from campus, but we still have to stay hydrated during outdoor events. That’s where you (and your friends) come in. We have the filtration unit; we need YOU to build the casing to hold it. Get a team together and design a portable water station with the help of expert faculty, staff, and alumni.
Official Rules and Details here or come to the info session to ask questions in person.
Co-sponsored by the Sustainability Office, CFA, The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship, and the College of the Environment.
Help Wesleyan fill up without throwing away.
Date: Tuesday, September 25th
Time: 7:00-8:00 PM
Place: Usdan 109
Andy Ribner ’14 continues his brain massages for anyone interested in education policy this week:
Dr. Linette Branham, Director of Policy and Professional Practice for the Connecticut Teachers Association will be speaking on a teacher’sperspective on education reform and the reforms happening in CT.
Date: Tomorrow, September 25
Place: PAC 002
Facebook Event: Link.
The mellifluous Mel Hsu ’13 hums in:
Without further ado, Honey and the Sting (Sam Long ’12, Howe Pearson ’12, Mel Hsu ’13, Gemma Smith ’13, and Jessica Best ’14) present their debut album: “From Source to Sea”!
Place: Honest and the Sting
Cost: Pay what you’d like
For more information on Honey and the Sting, click here or check out these tracks below:
Anyone looking for a safe space to work towards recovery is welcome!
Time: 7:30-8:30 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 111
If you have questions, please contact Leada Fuller at lfullermaras(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.