Justine ‘Juniper’ Mitchell ’15 invites you to confront settler colonialism and get down tomorrow afternoon:
Eran and Maya, two Jewish Israeli citizens from Anarchists Against the Wall and Boycott from Within will be at Wesleyan this Tuesday to discuss their direct action tactics and activism in in the West Bank as well as their efforts to educate the Israeli public about the occupation.
Growing up in Jerusalem, both Eran and Maya became critical of the occupation and injustices against Palestinian people. After serving in the IDF Eran joined Breaking the Silence and published testimonies from IDF soldiers. His investigative reports have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Guardian.
Maya on the other hand refused to serve in the IDF and was thus sentenced to military prison and detention. After her release she co-led the feminist alternative education program New Profile, guided political tours in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, and worked with Rabbis for Human Rights.
Check out their website here.
- Date: TOMORROW, Tuesday, November 5
- Time: 5:00pm
- Place: PAC 002
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From Tyler Rioff ’14:
Always wanted to learn more about the beautiful and fascinating creatures that support our entire ecosystem? Interested in someday helping to take care of Wesleyan’s very own bees?
You may not be aware that Long Lane now has two hives being prepared for the coming winter. We hope you’ll join us for the first meeting of the Wesleyan Beekeepers to discuss very generally the future directions of this group. Bring your ideas, hopes, and dreams for creating a buzzing bee culture on campus for years to come.
Once we’ve done some talking and aptly themed snacking, we’ll be showing the acclaimed documentary film Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? Hope to see you soon.
Date: Tuesday, November 5
Time: 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 110
A lovely invitation from Natalie Sacks ’14:
Interested in what an English thesis might look like? How about creative nonfiction, classical music or sex? This Tuesday, Julia Conrad ’14 will be giving a talk on her thesis topic, “Sex and the Symphony.” Come listen to how she chose the topic, what research she has done so far, and whatever else you have questions about. Whether you’re considering writing a thesis yourself or just a fan of the topic, we’d love to have you.
This event is part of the English Major Talk Series sponsored by the Majors’ Committee, so stay tuned next semester for more thesis talks!
Date: November 5, 2013
Time: 4:15 PM – 5:00 PM
Place: Downey House Room 113
Dan Esposito ’17 invites you to WesTunes:
A new student group, WesTunes, is holding its first event. WesTunes is a weekly album listening party featuring full-length vinyl records played in their entirety. The first meeting will include a brief informational talk, followed by our first album presentation: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles.
Date: Tuesday, November 5
Time: 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: Nicolson Lounge