Category Archives: Events

EON Meeting

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Want to eat lunch AND get to chat about Earthy stuff happening on campus with some of Wes’s coolest student groups? Come to the EON meeting for all of the above!

QUESTIONS? E-mail weseon[at]gmail[dot]com!

Date: Friday, November 1st
Time: noon (BYOLunch)
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 110

(s)lake: Photographs from Tanzania

Erstwhile Wesleyinger Will Wiebe ’14 writes in with the following:

Whether you’re interested in hearing a long-form “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” (now with pictures!), angling to keep up your Halloween sugar rush with an assortment of cookies and beverages, or simply hoping to delay the awkward conversation in which you try to explain your new piercing/fetish/drug of choice after not having seen your parents for two months (I know I certainly am), come out to Zelnick at 4:30pm this Friday for an artist talk and reception.

Date: Friday, November 1st
Time:
4:30pm
Location:
Zelnick Pavilion

WeSLAM presents: The Third Preliminary Slam

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Feeling spooky? Cool. Come to X House this Saturday, November 2nd, for WeSLAM’s Third Preliminary Slam! Get haunted by the words of some great poets facing off for a spot on the Wesleyan Slam Team. There will be blood. One poet will be sacrificed. Ten poets will slam. Three poets will survive.

Sean “Mega” DesVignes will be featuring! He’s a sick poet; check him out here.

Additionally, there’s a open mic before the slam. Totally non-judgmental environment. Show off your stuff. Get some feedback.

If you want to sign up for the slam, please send an email to weslam[dot]wesleyan[at]gmail[dot]com after 5PM. If you sign up between 5 and 6 but don’t make the first nine slots, you’ll be in the lottery for the tenth spot.

Date: Saturday, November 2
Time: 7:30 PM
Place: X House
Facebook: koobecaf

Veritas Forum: Making Sense of Mental Health

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Jamie Jung ’16 writes in about an exploration of the physical and spiritual approaches to depression and addiction:

Undoubtedly the issue of depression is a rampaging topic not only in schools, but in one’s personal mind. But what triggers it? How does one deal with it? Bring your own questions (and most importantly, yourself!) to the 3rd annual Veritas Forum at Wesleyan University.

Featuring:
Dr. Dan Blazer – Vice Chair of Faculty, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University

Dr. Nii Addy – Assistant Professor Psychiatry, Yale University

Moderated by Dr. Jennifer D’Andrea – Director of Counseling and Psychological Services, Wesleyan University

Date: Friday, November 1st
Time: 7-9pm
Place: Exley 150
Cost: Free

The Writing Programs present: Another Publishing Workshop

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Ford Fellow Piers Gelly ’13 sends us this, but I’m too tired to think of something witty to say in this line and am just going to end it with a colon after this word:

Bring a short piece of writing (you own or someone else’s) and learn
how to turn that text into a beautiful printed work. Halloween-related
texts are extremely welcome but not required.

Please email pgelly[at]wesleyan[dot]edu with any questions.

Date: TODAY, Thursday, October 31
Time: 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM
Place: CFA Lab

Five Woman Wearing the Same Dress

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From Helen Handelman ’16:

Come see Alan Ball’s wonderful play “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress”!

Directed by Gwendolyn Rosen ’15
Stage Managed by Helen Handelman ’16 and Rachel Kaly ’17

Thursday, 10/31 at 8PM
Friday, 11/1 at 8PM
Saturday, 11/2 at 8PM

in the Downey House Lounge.

Show will be first come, first served–so arrive half an hour early to get a seat! (NO TICKETS WILL BE NEEDED)

CAST (In order of appearance)
Frances – Alison Goldberg
Meredith – Annie Cooperstone
Trisha – Connie Des Marais
Georgeanne – Jessica Wolinsky
Mindy – Rebecca Hutman
Tripp – Conor Boughton

Sponsored by Second Stage.

Date: October 31st, November 1st & 2nd
Time: 8PM – 10PM
Place: Downey House Lounge
Cost: Free!

Film Series: The Devil’s Backbone

2001. Spain/Mexico. Dir. Guillermo del Toro. With Marisa Paredes. 106 min.

A boy sent off to a remote orphanage in Spain discovers the remnants of a horrible tragedy that still lingers behind creaking doors and lonely corridors. Before the success of Pan’s Labyrinth, del Toro tapped into the horrors of the Spanish Civil War with a chilling and hauntingly lyrical ghost story.

Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.

Romance Language Study Abroad Photo Gallery

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From Scarlett Perry ’15 and the Romance Languages and Literatures Department:

Come see photos from students studying abroad in Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese speaking countries!

Homecoming/Family weekend, Friday-Sunday, in the Common Room, Romance Languages and Literatures, 300 High Street

11/01/2013, 09:00 AM – 4:30 PM
11/02/2013, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
11/03/2013, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Date: Friday, November 1st – Sunday, November 3rd, 2013
Time: See schedule above
Place: 300 High Street
Cost: Free

Medieval Studies Open House

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Straight from Ronnie Alvarado ’15:

Did you pretend that you were a knight when you were little? Do you love King Arthur or secretly listen to Gregorian chants? Think that the Crusades are really awesome? Then come to the Medieval Studies Open House this Thursday at noon!

Learn about the courses offered in this amazing interdisciplinary major and enjoy free pizza!

Date: October 31st
Time: 12PM – 1PM
Place: Downey House Lounge

Westco Open Mic

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Willie Zabar ’16 writes:

Come on down to the Westco Open Mic tonight! Share a song, dance, comedy routine, poem, or whatever. THERE WILL BE FREE FOOD AND PRIZES!

  • DATE?: Tonight!
  • TIME?: signups @ 9:30pm, show @ 10pm
  • PLACE?: Westco Café