Rebecca Markell ’14 and Lucy Finn ’14 write in to let y’all know about a chance to have your pie, eat it too, and benefit the American Cancer Society all this week and next week.
Looking for a way to satisfy your sweet tooth AND help save some lives at the same time? We can help! Rho Ep will be selling pies at Usdan lunch and dinner all this week and next (April 22nd-May 2nd)! Proceeds go to Wesleyan Relay for Life. $2 for a slice and $12 for a whole pie!
Date and Time: April 22nd – May 2nd, 11 am – 1 pm; April 29th – May 2nd, 6 – 8 pm
Cost: $2 per slice, $12 per pie
Slamming ’13 has been killing it since before I had the perspective to appreciate. Proof:
Last here in 2011, award-winning filmmaker and writer Etgar Keret is back— this time to speak about his 2008 film, Jellyfish. Emily Brown ’12, coordinator for special events and intern for the Center for Film Studies, gives us the details:
This film, directed by the husband-and-wife team of Etgar Keret and
Shira Geffen, tells the story of three women in Israel whose lives
intersect in increasingly profound ways. The film, which won the
Camera d’Or at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, will be followed by a
Q&A with Keret.
This event is co-sponsored by the Jewish and Israeli Studies
department and the Film Studies department.
Date: Tuesday, April 23rd
Time: 8:00-10:00 PM
Place: Center for Film Studies
More information about the panelists and the exhibit after the jump.
From Renee Dunn ’14:
We have partnered with Bikram Yoga Middletown to bring you free yoga this Monday. Please arrive 15 minutes beforehand to sign a waiver and acclimate to the heat. The class will be followed by an optional q&a with local Bikram teachers.
Who: WesBAM! and Bikram
What: Free Yoga
When: Monday 4/22 6:30pm
Questions? shoot an email to Leigh (WesBAM! Yoga instructor) (lestewart(at)wes)
Max Bevilacqua ’12 can see for myles and myles and myles:
Come to Russell House this Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 to see author Eileen Myles.
Since she came to New York in 1974, Eileen Myles has produced more than 20 collections of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, plays, and libretti, including most recently: Snowflake/differentstreets; Inferno: (a Poet’s Novel), for which she won a Lambda award for lesbian fiction; and The Importance of Being Iceland: Travel Essays in Art, which was supported by a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Art Writers Grant. She has received the Shelley Prize from the Poetry Society of America and a 2012 Guggenheim Fellowship. She lives in New York and is teaching poetry this semester at New York University.
Date: Wednesday, April 24
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Place: Russell House (350 High Street)
Avery Trufelman ’13 beams in:
WESU wants you! WESU is planning a good old fashioned live show to feature student radio plays, riddles, puns, limericks, sound effects, voices, and a panel of judges and a selection of guests. A planning meeting will be taking place this Tuesday at 4 p.m. at WESU, conveniently located on the second floor of 45 Broad Street above Broad Street Books. If you’re interested in getting involved in planning the show or contributing in any way (production, writing, performing, etc.), come help out! No radio experience required. If you can’t be in attendance at the meeting but would still like to be involved, email Adam for more information.
Date: Tuesday, April 23
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Place: WESU (45 Broad Street, Floor 2 — above Broad Street Books)
Cost: Your soul.
Rosendo “Ross” Levin ’15 extends another opportunity to be awesome to you:
Fresh off a wild ride of a spring break with the Poor People’s
Economic Human Rights Campaign, a few Wesleyan students will be
talking to you about how you can join into the next step in an ongoing
experience of learning by living, communal living, anti-poverty
organizing and bridging barriers through dialogue and action in one of
the poorest urban neighborhoods in the country. The Poor People’s
Economic Human Rights Campaign is the largest multi-racial poor
people’s movement in the United States. In Philadelphia, the affiliate
organization is led by Cheri Honkala, the organization’s National
Coordinator and 2012 Green Party candidate for Vice President. The
Philadelphia affiliate has many roles–it is a political voice for the
poor, it works to solve the problems of poverty (such as housing,
welfare, and food), and it works to organize so that society can be
more fair and cooperative. Interns will help in the daily operations
of PPEHRC, doing everything from working on the occupied farm to
collecting information for housing takeovers to creating fliers to
distributing food to helping people move through bureaucracy to
writing grants to marching, and much else. Internships are also
possibly available in other cities with PPEHRC affiliates, please be
in touch if you would like more information.
Date: Tuesday, 4/23
Time: 4:15-5:15 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Ave, Room 110