From the Career Center:
Join us for a presentation and discussion led by pediatrician Dan Rauch ’87, Associate Professor at Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Associate Director of Pediatrics at Elmhurst Hospital Center in Elmhurst, NY.
Dr. Rauch’s talk is part of the “Conversations about Medicine and Health Care” series that is open to all students on campus. Students considering the health professions are especially encouraged to attend. Dr. Rauch’s presentation will encourage you to think about some of the important and challenging ethical issues that clinicians face as part of their practice.
Feel free to bring your dinner. Fruit and cookies will be available for dessert.
Date: Monday, November 12
Place: Usdan 110
Facebook Event: Click attend.
Hopefully you can still grab a ticket for this classy-sounding, meal-included event. From Zaida Garcia ’15:
This Friday is Wesleyan’s annual student celebration of Latin@ culture, EXPRESIONES DE LATIN@S. (interesting fact: Ajùa Campos uses the term Latin@ to express the gender spectrum, as opposed to the traditionally masculine term Latino). Please come support your talented peers for a night of dancing, singing, spoken word, and skits celebrating Latin@ culture. This year’s Expresiones is dinner and a show, and so tickets are limited. Get yours at the box office now!
Date: Tonight, November 10th
Place: Daniel Family Commons
Facebook Event: Link.
From Alicia Gansley ’15:
Interested in French language and culture? Want to live with a great group of people? Want private laundry, a kitchen, and a single in the Nics? Then apply to live in French Hall for Spring 2013! The application is open to all sophomores and juniors not currently living in program housing.
Email dmai(at)wes(dot)edu for more info about the application. Bonne chance!
Place: Das Internet
From the super awesome Izzy Rode ’14:
Join us for a community forum about the racial climate on campus in the wake of offensive ACB posts, the recent Public Safety alerts, and incidents of racial profiling and brutality.
The forum will feature a panel of speakers:
President Michael Roth
Public Safety Director David Meyer
Chantaneice Kitt ’13
Dorisol Inoa ’13
Evan Okun ’13
Jalen Alexander ’14
Professor Liza McAlister
Professor Alex Dupuy
This event will be moderated by Wesleyan’s Chief Diversity Officer. Sonia Manjon. If you have any questions for the panel, please submit them here. The moderator will pose questions and concerns submitted anonymously, and field questions and concerns directly from the audience.
SEE YOU THERE.
Date: Monday, November 12
Place: Beckham Hall
1951. France. Dir: Robert Bresson. With Claude Leydu. 115 min.
A frail young priest faces apathy and rejection while struggling to make his mark in his new parish. Bresson employs sharp cinematic minimalism and subtle non-professional performances to shape a poetic and deeply spiritual (yet religiously ambiguous) experience. Co-sponsored by the Catholic Chaplaincy of the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.
Britt Duncan ’15 invites you to check out the self-explanatory flier to the right, or to do the following:
Come warm up with some Chai and Chocolate in the WestCo lounge!
All kibitzing and kvetching welcome!
Sponsored by WestCo and the Jewish Community.
Date: Sunday, November 11t
Time: 8 pm to 9 pm
Place: WestCo Lounge
Why: Because free