From Alessandra Cervera ’16 and Jessica Katzen ’16:
Do you have friend crushes on classmates, coworkers or other people you see on campus? All out of points/meals and need to get your brunch on?? Tryna listen to some beautiful acapella while getting said brunch on???
Well, ask that friend crush out to a FREE BRUNCH and come hang out with the WesDEFs, Notably Sharp, and your NEW FRIEND!
Step 1: Identify the friend crushes you have on classmates, coworkers, neighbors, professors, or other people you see on campus!
Step 2: Muster the courage to invite your friend crush out to lunch on new friend day!
Step 3: Enjoy wonderful company and a free brunch with your new friend!
Entertainment will be provided by Notably Sharp.
Brunch is provided by Dunkin Donuts.
Fun is provided by the WesDEFs.
Date: Saturday, Nov. 23
Time: 12PM to 1:30PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 110
From the mind of Jules Berman ’16:
COME WITH YOUR THIRD EYE OPEN
KILBOURNE, DJ Rimjob, M Vaughan // WestCo Cafe // 11 PM // $3
The aforementioned killer DJs will be spinning a party dubbed “An Intimate Party Experience.” What more could you possibly desire? Among the activities featured are couches draped in satin, tents filled with aromas, lights to warm your soul, a dance floor dedicated to freedom, art that opens the mind and endless surprises. Doors close at midnight.
Date: Saturday, November 23rd, 2013
Time: 11 PM–2 AM
Place: Westco Cafe
Cost: 3 bux
From Casey Smith ’17:
Alissa Goldberg is shooting her thesis film this weekend (the 23rd and 24th), and she needs extras. We need 35-40 people who would be willing to film those two days. What do you get? Free food, fun, and a chance to see your face on the big screen. You also get to see how films work behind the scenes and meet really cool people. Bring your homework if you’d like. If you’re interested, email either cksmith(at)wesleyan(dot)edu or eaarchibald(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Dates: Saturday, November 23rd–Sunday, November 24th, 2013
Time: 8AM–8 PM
Place: On-campus; if you email us, we will let you know where you need to be and when.
Cost: FREE FOOD
Courtesy of Noah Rush ’14:
Le return de Zongo Junction.
Zongo Junction is a ten-piece afrobeat band from Brooklyn, NYC.
Here’s them doin’ their thing.
Trio Décalé plays Malian rock and roll (remember Vieux Farka Touré??) and will surely be awesome.
This will be the grooviest.
Date: Saturday, Nov 23
Time: 10 pm
Place: 200 Church
From Veronica Lumbantoruan ’15:
It’s that time of the year! Come and join us in the final concert for
the Javanese Gamelan ensemble.
Date: Saturday, Nov 23
Time: 8:00 PM
Place: World Music Hall
Cost: $2 for students
In celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week, Wesleyan Women in Business and the Wesleyan Entrepreneurship Society invite you to an afternoon of games that promote the skills necessary for success in the startup world.
Challenge your friends to chess or Cranium, eat pizza, win prizes, and learn more about entrepreneurship on campus and beyond! Sponsored by Venture for America and the Adelphic Education Fund.
You can read here about how people in 138 countries around the world are celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Date: TODAY, Friday, November 22
Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 115
WeSLAM encourages you to rethink your Saturday plans:
The biggest slam of the semester has arrived! It will be entertaining; it will be beautiful; it will be grand. 10 poets. 2 rounds. 5 victors. Come support some super-talented poets as they vie for a coveted spot on the 2014 Wesleyan Slam Team!
Come see the following Wesleyan students compete:
Coz Deicke ’15
Max Friedlich ’17
Markeisha Hill ’16
Morgan Hill ’15
Cherkira Lashley ’15
Rick Manayan ’17
Chando Mapoma ’16
Oscar Parajon ’16
Arielle Trager ’14
Emily Weitzman ’14
…and see Jess Best ’14 (whose senior recital is tonight and you should go to it)
, Jeff Berman ’14
and Will Fraker ’14
play some lovely tunes…
…and see our wonderful host and feature, the one and only Simone Beaubien, who has organized the National Poetry Slam twice and is a beautiful wordsmith and individual…
…and experience the power of words you probably couldn’t imagine. Seriously, you don’t want to miss this.
Date: Saturday, November 23
Time: 9pm (doors at 8:30)
Place: CFA Hall
2013. USA. Dir: Ryan Coogler. With Michael B. Jordan. 85 min.
This slice-of-life drama offers a nuanced portrayal of Oscar Grant, the victim of a racially-charged 2008 murder, on his last day alive. Coogler earnestly seeks to tackle who Grant was as a man, presenting the good, the bad, and everything in between while building incrementally to a devastating climax with echoes of the recent Trayvon Martin case. Intro by AFAM Majors Committee.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. $5.