From the warm moist lips of Nate Repasz ’14:
Who it be:
– Straight outta western Mass, he plays “bursts of harsh electronic noise delivered in the style of (and with all of the fury of) primitive nihilistic powerviolence” -Terminal Escape
– Wes powerviolence/hardcore
Date: April 12
Place: Music House (316 Wash)
Cost: Fo Freezy
I think David Shor ’13 and Rachel Unger ’14 are referencing that guy from Bill and Ted here:
As graduation approaches, we anticipate the years of our lives that will follow these last four. Who better to tell us what comes next than those who have already had 50 years of experience post-Wesleyan? Lucky for us, the Class of 2013 has the unprecedented opportunity to engage with the Class of 1963 in an intimate, Socratic setting so that we may better understand what lies ahead. We will have the chance to discuss how our Wesleyan experiences influence our hopes for life after college, and they also want our class to ask how they will spend their coming years. Then, the tables will turn, and they will challenge us.
At Wesleyan and across the nation, much has changed in the last 50 years. So with open mind, the Class of 1963 invites us to join them in a Socratic dialogue to discuss our ideas about the future following this year’s Commencement and their 50th Reunion.
The event will take place Friday, May 24 from 11:00
pm am- 12:30pm at Eclectic House. Please fill out this form if you are interested in participating in this unique experience. There are many more of us than them, and pairings with alumni will operate on a first come, first serve basis, so please let us know ASAP but definitely by Monday, April 15 if you would like to be a part of the special event! Please contact David Shor (dshor@wes) or Rachel Unger (runger@wes) if you have any questions!
Courtesy of the appropriately-named Jordan Feingold-Link ’16:
AEPi is hosting a SSBM tournament to raise money for charity. Prizes start at $50 for first and $25 for second, however they will increase as more people enter. Matches will be held evenings in the Butterfield A lounge.
For more information on rules, please visit here.
Date: April 15th – April 22nd
Time: 7PM – 9PM
Place: Butts A Lounge
Jesse “Morocco Mike” Brent ’13:
WESU’s Spring Concert Series concludes on Friday, April 12th with:
- Boldy James, a wildly inventive, cool-headed MC from Detroit. He’s due to release a new project with prolific producer The Alchemist later this year.
- Gifted Higgz, an up-and-coming MC from RIGHT HERE IN MIDDLETOWN.
- Kill-F, the mysterious controversy whose music was too hot for the Internet. Read about (and listen to) his EP here.
This event is on Facebook, but it’s also outdoors in real life. And it’s free. And open to all.
We hope — WE SUpplicate — to see you there.
Date: Friday, April 12
Time: 9 – 11pm
Place: WestCo Courtyard (rain: WestCo Café), 18 Foss Hill Drive
Free: AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Hibiki Mizuno ’15 knows you’re always wanting to have a killa’ time:
If ya wanna overdose on live music tonight…
Aural Wes and RPM Present:
Brainfeeder (Flylo/Thundercat/Teebs) diva
Once Cancun Kid
. Half of the band (Adrian Simon
) went to Wesleyan for a few semesters, the other half is Griffin. Pushing the boundaries of Tropicality.
Date: Tonight(!) April 11, 2013
Time: 9 p.m. – 12 a.m.
Location: Buddhist House
Cost: nothin’ but your dancin’ bare feet
From Christian Hosam ’15:
Do you have a commitment to social justice and anti-oppression? Are you interested in aiding in the institutional memory of the university? Then apply to be the Dwight Greene Intern for the 2013-2014 school year! We are holding an information session today at 6:30 p.m., at 41 Wyllys, Room 114. If you have any questions, please forward them to Dean Renee Johnson-Thornton at rjohnson01@wes or Christian Hosam at chosam@wes.
What: Dwight Greene Internship Information Session
Date: Thursday, April 11
Time: 6:30 pm
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 114
Keelin “Q” Ryan ’14 sends us news about a play going down (going up?) starting tonight:
Come see selections from David Ives’ “All in the Timing,” a collection of short plays that reflect on language, modern relationships, Woody Allen, cheese steaks, smorgasbords, and importance of timing in life. The plays are directed by Sarah Corey ’15 and feature Beanie Feldstein ’15, Michael Linden ’15, and Elijah Stevens ’15. Tickets are free at the Usdan box office on the day of the performance!
40 minutes of Feldstein, 40 minutes of fun.
Dates: Thursday, April 11; Friday, April 12; and Saturday, April 13
Time: 8:00 PM
Place: Patricelli ’92 Theater
This seems like a good combo with Hedwig and the Angry Inch, via SART Intern Rachel Verner ’15:
Like getting down and dirty to Rihanna? Do chains and whips excite you? Come talk about ways to enjoy the kinkiest forms of sex, while keeping it safe and consensual. Also, consider it a meet and greet with your like-minded peers. So whether you like being tied up or tied down, whether you want to be bitten or like to bite, we have something for everyone. Check out the Facebook Event for more details.
Date: Today, April 11
Place: Usdan 108 (ooooh baby)
Facebook Event: Link.