Exciting news from the WestCo presidents Walker Loggins ’15, Isaac Pollen ’15, Ellen Lesser ’15, Daniel Wittenberg ’16 and Angus Macdonald ’16:
Come join the intrepid children of the WestCo community for a psychedelic tradition that will never die. Music, art, love, and love-making on a scale never seen before. Artists from the shores of Hong Kong to the hills of Massachusets conspire to make your ears quiver and your soul sing. Visual art from the community will grace the walls while vibe to the beats of psychic mayhem. Beat Culture, M. Constant, and student artists!
Crazy concert night continues with the other half of the 11PM double header. Hibiki Mizuno ’15 types:
Come see two electronic artists from LA and JAPAN blast their beats tonight!
Groundislava: Under the Wedidit Collective with Shlohmo and is/has been collaborating with Baths, two artists that have delivered splendid shows at Wesleyan within the past two years. In fact, they’ll all be playing at the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival tomorrow night!
Oorutaichi: as Ka Ya Lee ’13 says, “a big deal in the Japanese indie music scene”, Oorutaichi will give you all the space disco electronic folklore you want, whatever that means to you.
COME. DANCE. GROOVE. THERE WILL BE VISUALS.
Date: Friday, November 9th
Place: WestCo Café
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Click on past the jump for some delicious music video content (or just look at the postings on the facebook event). It looks like this unfortunately is running right up against Ishmael, so bounce in between/choose wisely. But those of you planning on attending Joey Bada$$’s Psi U set, which I can’t seem to find the fb event for, should be happy to know that this starts after Joey Bada$$ ends, so the walk over is a great time to kill your bottle of mystery liquid.
Nathan Shane ’13 would like to encourage you to come to the Chapel this Saturday to hear some beautiful choral music:
The Sakhioba Ensemble, a choral group from the Republic of Georgia, will be performing for free at 8:00 PM in the Chapel. There will also be a masterclass at 5:00 PM and a short lecture at 7:30 PM, in case you are interested in learning more about the Georgian choral tradition. Last, but certainly not least, Slavei, the Eastern European a capella group, will sing four songs to open the concert.
In Nathan’s own words: “I’ve seen Sakhioba perform, so I know this concert is going to be spectacular.”
Saturday’s full schedule is as follows:
5 PM: Masterclass with Slavei
7:30 PM: Pre-Concert Talk by John Graham ’03 (a Spirits a capella group alum and Georgian music fanatic)
8 PM: Sakhioba Ensemble Concert, with Slavei as the opening act
Where: the Chapel
Facebook page can be found here, and the Ensemble’s official website can be found here. For more information about the Sakhioba Ensemble and a teaser video, look after the jump.
Hey, remember Ishmael? Well, they’re coming back. Bobby Burvant ’13 writes in with more info.
Do you like music? Does music like you? Ishmael is a band that plays
music. They’re going to be playing it at 11:30 at Earth House. Ishmael
is Andy Werle ’12, Nick Otte and Aaron Silverstein.
Army Strong is one of the toughest bands on the planet. They also are
trying to seduce your mom. They will seduce your mom at 11:00 sharp.
Army Strong is Andrew Pfeiffer ’13, Bobby Burvant ’13, Spencer Burnham
’14, and Adam Johnson ’14.
Date: Friday, November 9
Time: 11 pm
Place: Earth House
Cost: Free 99
Mark Zuckerberg: facebook
For more on Ishmael, click here.
Don’t you love taking surveys? I sure do! If you’re like me, then Oriana Ott ’14 has something that’s right up your alley:
Give us a hand… Participate in a Brief Study on Personal Values and
This study is completely anonymous and only takes about 5 minutes to
I appreciate your help with my research!
Deadline: November 29th, 2012
From Katherine Ly ’15:
Interested in public health and healthcare? Have fun ideas for community service projects? Join Collegiate Health Service Corps (CHSC)!
Collegiate Health Service Corps (CHSC) is a professional development club with the goal of increasing understanding of healthcare professions, health disparities, and cultural competency. CHSC offers opportunities to get involved in healthcare through volunteering and shadowing. Members have the chance to develop their own projects and experience different aspects of public health through service learning that promotes preventative healthcare in the Middletown community.
Benefits of the club include:
-Building leadership skills
-Core training of taking vital signs and understanding cultural competency in healthcare
-First aid and CPR certification upon completion of service learning hours
The core training will be held on Saturday, November 10th, 2012 from 1-4 PM in Allbritton 304.
Contact Katherine Ly at kly(at)wes(dot)edu or Ginger Lau at glau(at)wes(dot)edu with questions or to RSVP.
Date: Tomorrow, November 10
Place: Allbritton 204
From Jenna Robbins ’13 and these cool theater people:
Are you young, friendly, and attractive? Do you love student theater? Then join Second Stage, the group of students who produce all student theater productions at Wesleyan! To apply, fill out the staff interest note and email it to Grace Herman-Holland at gholland(at)wesleyan(dot)edu by 11:59 pm on November 18th.
The minimum time and energy requirements for a staff member include attending meetings every Monday from 4:30pm until about 7:00pm, riser set up every Wednesday from 4:30pm to about 6pm, Saturday night strikes, representing staff at shows on weekend nights, and occasional weekend workdays. In addition, each staff member serves as General Advisor for at least one show per semester and may hold a position specific to a certain area of staff’s operations. If you have ANY questions, please feel free to call any staff member. Contact information is available on our website.
Date: Deadline is November 18th at 11:59pm
Place: Da Internetzzz