The prolific Izzy Rode ’14 tellz uz:
You, dear, deserve a night of reclamation.
A break from the hetero social life.
A night of demolishing those boxes society keeps trying to throw you
A night of partying among friends.
QUEER PROM 2013
A NIGHT OF GLITTER AND GRUNGE
From WSA Prez Zachary Malter ’13:
Interested in issues of education, college access and affordability, Wesleyan’s admissions, or journalism?
On Tuesday, April 9th, at 7:30 pm in the Memorial Chapel, the WSA will be hosting a talk by author and journalist Jacques Steinberg, titled “Beyond the Gatekeepers: The State of College Access and Affordability in America.” All student are encouraged to attend. Jacques Steinberg is the author of “The Gatekeepers: Inside the Admissions Process of a Premier College,” a New York Times-best seller about the Wesleyan admissions process. Jacques was a journalist at The New York Times for nearly 25 years, most recently as its senior editor for education initiatives. Jacques left The Times in 2013 to join the senior leadership team at Say Yes to Education, a national non-profit organization based in New York City that provides an array of services to families in low-income districts – all with the goal of raising high-school and college graduation rates.The talk is a part of the WSA’s New York Times Readership Program. A book signing in Zelnick Pavilion will follow the talk and books will be available for purchase there.
Date: Today, April 9
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: Memorial Chapel
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Anna Swartz ’13 is sick and tired of writing puns about board games, so don’t push your luck:
Come to Word Game Night at the Shapiro Center! 8 -9:30 on Tuesday night. Scrabble your way over to the corner of Church and High. There will be Boggle. It’s going to be Bananas(grams). Also we have Apples to Apples and Taboo. I couldn’t come up with jokes for those because I am writing a thesis and I am really tired. But there are also prizes! And snacks! And the whole event is FREE!!!!
Date: Tonight, April 9
Time: 8:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Place: Shapiro Center
Yes, reader, that includes you. Coming at you from Marissa Castrigno ’15:
Everyone is Gay began as a humorous advice blog, but quickly became a multi-faceted safe haven for young people – particularly queer youth, their families and friends. In fall of 2011, Everyone is Gay began touring school campuses nationwide to raise awareness, answer questions, and provide simple yet powerful steps for bringing change and awareness to communities… while keeping everyone laughing.
Date: Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
Time: 7:00–8:30 PM
Place: CFA Hall