Capitalism vs. the Climate writes in with this call to action:
Rally against TD Bank, one of the primary investors of the Keystone XL Tarsands Pipeline, an extraction project which climate scientists have declared would mean “game over for the climate” if it comes to fruition. The bank is destroying the homes of communities who lie in the path of the pipeline out west, while putting working families out on the street here in CT with evictions and foreclosures. It’s time we fight back and demand justice for our communities. Students in solidarity with the working class.
Meet at the corner of Washington and High at 10:15am and join us as we march to the bank’s location at 911 Washington Street.
This February, Middletown sent more than 50 people to the historic Keystone XL rally in D.C. This is our chance to continue the struggle here on our home turf.
Working people and students need to come together and fight for our common future.
This action is being organized by Capitalism vs. The Climate.
- Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013
- Time: 10:15am
- Place: From corner of Wash and High, march on TD Bank
- FB: Event
From Stellar ‘still my roommate-friend’ Levy ’15:
Come check out many of Wesleyan’s incredible dance groups as they showcase their work and announce upcoming auditions! There will be hip hop, contemporary, modern, ballet, step, breakdancing, African dance, dancehall, and much more. Party starts 10pm and the first group goes on at 10:30pm sharp.
Precision Troupe and Ensemble
It’s sure to be an incredible show. Bring your friends! Don’t miss it!
This showcase is hosted by Precision Dance Company and made possible with the help of Eliza Cardone from SALD.
Date: Friday, Sept 20
Time: 10 pm
Place: Exley Lobby
Let’s get need-blind activism started again on campus; make sure future students aren’t admitted based on their ability to pay.
Date: 19 Sept. 2013
Place: University Organizing Center
Billy Donnelly ’15 appreciates your consent:
Students for Consent and Communication will be having our first meeting of the year this Thursday at 4:15 PM in Room 113 of 41 Wyllys!
This will be an informational meeting where we’ll briefly explain the club and our goals and discuss our plans for the upcoming semester.
Come join us in our fight against rape culture on campus!
Date: Thursday, September 19th
Time: 4:15 pm
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 113
Miranda “Empress Troll” Haymon ’16 writes:
The moment you’ve all been waiting for…
The mystery lessened (though never to be solved…)
You have arrived at…
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The Troll Cave~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If you can’t stand the heat get out of our cave.
Tickets are free at the box office in Usdan between 10am and 4:30pm.
WARNING: Adult Content.
- DATE?: Thursday (TONIGHT), Friday, and Saturday
- TIME?: 8pm
- PLACE?: ’92 Theater
From Amy Bello:
The Peter Pan bus departs Wyllys Avenue (Usdan Center) at 8:00 a.m. and will make two morning stops in New York City – the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Rockefeller Center. It will re-embark behind St. Patrick’s Cathedral at 7:00 p.m. for the return to campus. Tickets are on sale now through the Wesleyan Box Office – in person, over the phone (860) 685-3355, and online here. The box office is open Tuesday- Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $42 per person ($35 for Wesleyan students).
Date: Saturday, October 19th, 2013
Time: 8 AM – 9:30 PM
Place: NYC, bus departs from and returns to Wyllys Avenue
Cost: $35-42 per person
From USLAC’s private advertising firm:
Did you read this post? Did it motivate you to do something?
Are you concerned about the current conditions under which our school’s custodians are working?
Do you just want to make yourself a familiar face to our school’s hard-working custodians?
If you answered yes to any or all of the above, come to the All Worker/All Student meeting THIS Friday where we will engage in a dialogue with our custodial and other subcontracted workers to better understand what they are going through and to identify how we can be of assistance to them.
Date: Sept 20
Time: Noon to 1PM
Place: 200 Church Common Room
2010. Iran. Dir: Asghar Farhadi. With Leila Hatami. 123 min.
Iran’s worthy Oscar winner sidesteps sensationalized political narratives (::cough:: Argo ::cough::) in favor of quietly devastating conflict on a personal scale. A fracturing couple spars with another family when accident begets tragedy, but every version of the truth remains up for debate. Speaker: Dylan Leiner ‘93, Executive V.P. at Sony Pictures Classics. This is the first event of the Middle Eastern Film Series, presented with the help of Sony Pictures Classics.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.
Victoria McGee ’15 wants you to get crafty, yo:
Come and join UCAB for a night of SPIN ART FRISBEES!…..it’s spin art
on frisbees yo everything is absolutely free. There will be music and snacks while ya wait! Take a break and come make some sexy frisbees art ya heard.
Date: TODAY, September 19th
Time: 7:00PM – 9:00PM
Cost: Free Monay