Last week, we posted about the Sexual Assault Survivors Support Group (SASS), but it seems the previously posted time didn’t work out for folks. So, Alysha Warren writes in this week with a new and improved time that will hopefully enable more people to benefit from the group.
The SASS will be held on Wednesdays beginning February 27th and running through May 1st from 3:45-5:00pm. SASS is open to survivors of childhood sexual abuse, sexual assault and rape. Meetings will follow an open support group format and participants determine group topics each week. Contact Alysha B. Warren, LPC, Therapist/Sexual Violence Resource Coordinator, for more information at awarren[at]wesleyan[dot]edu. Reference “Support Group” in the subject line. The deadline to sign-up is Tuesday, February 26th at 12pm.
Deadline: Tuesday, February 26th at 12pm Contact:awarren[at]wesleyan[dot]edu Meets: Wednesdays, 3:45-5:00pm
Are you tired of academic monogamy? If you’re a freshman, COL might be just the right solution for you:
Freshmen: You are cordially invited to the COL Open House receptions on Monday Feb. 25 and Tuesday Feb. 26 at 4:15 pm!! COL majors, faculty, and cookies will be present to provide comfort, support, and answers to any major-related questions.
The Argus bookies have good money on Movie 43 coming from behind for a cross-category sweep.
Want to hear Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane’s smooth, deep voice announce the best movies of the year? Plan to keep your fingers crossed for Wesleyan University favoriteBeasts of the Southern Wild, which has four nominations? Katy Thompson ’15 has a plan for those of us who don’t want to watch the Academy Awards alone:
The Oscars are this Sunday, Feb 24!
Need a great place to watch the Oscars, hosted by Seth MacFarlane? Come to Film Hall’s Annual Oscar Party. Located in the basement of Nics 6, the Film Hall lounge offers a large projector great for watching the Academy Awards. The red carpet starts at 7pm and the award show will begin at 8 p.m. Come with your friends and answer our fun questionnaire for a chance to win prizes.
Popcorn will be provided.
Date: Sunday, February 24th Time: 7–12 p.m. Place: Film Hall Lounge, Nics 6 Cost: Free!
Rebecca Markell ’14 writes in to let you know about a great event TODAY with free pizza from Mondo. What could be finer?
Israeli Soldiers’ Stories is an innovative program featuring a diverse group of reserve duty Israeli college students. Their mission is to educate, inform, and delve into conversation about the Israeli-Arab conflict by putting a human face to the Israeli Defense Forces uniform. Each soldier is prepared with their own unique personal story designed to show the human face of the IDF, highlight its moral code, and delve into the dilemmas of the Middle East conflict. Sponsored by Stand With Us, Wesleyan United With Israel, and AEPi.