The creator of “People Watching Club” and “One Day Marriage” Sage Ryza ’15 returns once more with something big:
We will meet in the Westco Lounge tonight at 10:00. The topics for the first meeting will include: Shared Google Doc dream journal, Poop Together (assigned pooping partners), spontaneous feedback on other people’s conversations, forced fashion show and anything you can come up with on the spot.
We will also talk about our intent, and how we will make group decisions.
If you can’t make the meeting but still want to be involved you can email sryza(at)wes(dot)edu.
Date: Wednesday, November 7 Time: 10 pm Place: WestCo Lounge
Something’s brewing in the CFA Hall tomorrow, reports Avery “Witch Haus” Trufelman ’13:
Awwww maaaaan! The WESU speaker series is ending! But last but not least comes Lynn Levy ’05, a producer of Radiolab (OMGZ), coming to talk about her work in radio, television, and film. Levy will be live in conversation with Professor Jacob Bricca, who advised her senior thesis film, this Thursday at 8pm in the CFA Hall. Free and open to the public. RADIOLAB. RADIOLAB RADIOLAB RADIOLAB RADIOLAB RADIOLAB RADIOLAB RADIOLAB RADIOLAB RADIOLAB RADIOL
Matt Carney ’13invites you to the hottest dance show on campus:
It’s that time of the year again! Come on down to the World Music Hall for Terpsichore’s entirely student-produced fall show! Featuring a range of student-choreographed items including contemporary, tap, jazz, hip hop, modern and a whole lot more dancing awesomeness! You wouldn’t wanna miss out. Tickets are $4 and are available at the Usdan Box Office.
Tickets go fast.
Dancing is hot.
Saturday, Nov 10th @ 7pm 10pm
Sunday, Nov 11th @ 2pm Place: World Music Hall Cost: $4, Usdan Box Office
If you feel up to adventuring through the snow tonight here’s a wonderful tip from Becca “sexy cat lady” Wilton ’15and the rest of the WesFRESH crew.
Tonight, WesFRESH kicks off its environmentally-minded film series
with FLOW (For Love of Water)! FLOW is an extremely informative,
moving documentary about water privatization and the impending world
water crisis. A discussion will follow.
This movie is an addendum to the regular weekly WesFRESH meeting that
happens on Wednesdays at 8PM at Earth House.
Time: 8:30 pm Place: Earth house living room Cost: $400 billion dollar water industry (but the film is free) Bring: snuggles Check it:out
WesAmnesty has invited David Amdur to speak on the abolition of the death penalty in Connecticut, which occurred last spring. He is the Project Director for the Connecticut Network to Abolish the Death Penalty (CNADP).
From CNADP’s website:
The CNADP is a statewide grassroots non-profit organization committed to educating the public on the realities of capital punishment, creating a state and nation free of the death penalty, supporting murder victims’ families, and working for reforms to reduce wrongful convictions.
Jennifer Healey at the Career Center ain’t got time for gamez:
Join Wes alumna Claire Tradewell ’11at the Career Center tomorrow
evening, 11/7, at 6pm to learn about the job opportunities at Epic
Epic makes software for mid-size and large medical groups, hospitals
and integrated healthcare organizations, working with customers that
include community hospitals, academic facilities, children’s
organizations, safety net providers and multi-hospital systems. Eight
Wes alumni work at this company and they are actively hiring 2013
grads. Visit MyCC to check out the job postings.
Be sure not to miss this great chance to learn more about Epic, its
employment opportunities, culture, and the job application process.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Healey in the Career Center at jhealey@wes.
We hope to see you there!
Date: Nov. 7
Place: The Career Center at 41 Wyllys Ave.
Professor Jennifer Tucker from the FGSS Department writes in:
Come listen to Cherríe Moraga, one of the most influential figures in Chicana/o, feminist, queer, and indigenous activism and scholarship, talk about her new book A Xicana Codex of Changing Consciousness!
Date: Nov. 7
Place: Woodhead Lounge, Exley Facebook: What about it?
1991. Hong Kong. Dir: Jackie Chan. With Chan, Carol Cheng. 92 min.
Jackie’s treasure hunter / U.N. agent scours the Sahara for Nazi gold, but his “Indiana Chan” shtick is just a flimsy excuse for non-stop action comedy shenanigans and gasp-inducing daredevilry. CONDOR contains some of Chan’s most elaborate and enjoyable stunts, as he dodges cars, tumbles over a mountain in an inflato-ball, and fights inside a wind tunnel with a giant fan. Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.
Join Wes alum Russell Morris ’87, VP of Human Resources at The Conference Board, as he leads a discussion on leadership and talent. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain an inside perspective on how to make better decisions about career opportunities, how to ask better questions of prospective employers, and how to understand the essentials for leadership in the workplace.
The talent/leadership discussion will then be followed by an information session about The Conference Board and its Summer Fellows Program. As noted on its website, The Conference Board is “a global, independent business membership and research association working in the public interest. Its mission is unique: To provide the world’s leading organizations with the practical knowledge they need to improve their performance and better serve society.”
Don’t miss the chance to learn more about the company and get the inside scoop on the application process for the Summer Fellows Program.
Date: Thursday, November 8 Time: 6pm Place: Wesleyan Career Center
Come celebrate the fact that Sheldon Adelson wasted a whole lot of money by diving into the headache that is the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
Come Join J Street U at Wesleyan for a multimedia presentation on four key final-status issues (borders, security, refugees and Jerusalem), produced by the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace and The Atlantic and discuss what it will take to reach a two-state solution.
The presentation runs for about an hour and will be followed by a thirty minute discussion. Whether you go to sleep with an Israeli flag under your pillow, think Israel is a irredeemable apartheid state, or know nothing at all about this conflict, you are welcome.
Dinner will be served. For more Info about J Street U, check out their website and facebook.
Date: Thursday, November 8th
Time: 7:00-8:30 PM
Place: PAC 004
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