From Sarah Kalish ’14:
Wesleyan Students for Disability Rights welcomes any and all to an open meeting!
Join members of WSDR for a discussion about accessibility and disability issues on campus, our current work and upcoming projects, and how you can help create a more accessible and inclusive campus community.
Feel free to bring your dinner and deserts/snacks/refreshments will be provided!
Date: Today (Monday, Nov 25)
Place: Usdan 108
Don’t understand what all this trans* activism is about? Come hear the facts.
Justine Mitchell ’14 writes in:
A lot has been happening on campus regarding the de-gendering of bathrooms and the subsequent response from the University.
Come to a student-led info session/discussion about what has been going on.
Get the facts and ask as many questions as you want.
We will cover things like….
the history of trans* activism at Wes
the importance of de-gendering bathrooms
the events that transpired this semester &
the university’s response
- Date: TODAY – Monday, November 25, 2013
- Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
- Place: Usdan black couches
From Ari Lewenstein ’16 and Isabel Stern ’14:
Did your grandma knit you a flamingo sweater last year that you’ve been waiting to wear? Aunt give you an eggplant sweater that hasn’t made it out of the attic? We’ve got the perfect thing for you! When you get back from break, we’ll be having SWEATER DAYS! Anyone who layers with a sweater (ugly or not) will be getting a FREE REUSABLE TRAVEL MUG with FREE HOT CHOCOLATE. Trust us, you’re not going want to miss out. Bring back your favorite (ugly) sweater from home, and stay tuned for more details about Sweater Days. Have a great break, stay warm and stay sustainable!
From Rebecca Koppel ’14:
Getting excited for Chanukah? Unprepared because it comes so early this year? Still looking for a gift for your mother? Stop by the Wesleyan Jewish Community’s table in Usdan to make your own menorah! Spend 2 minutes or 2 hours and walk away with your own (FREE) candleholder in time for the holiday. We’ll bring the materials and you bring the creativity. All are welcome (even the uncreative).
Date: Monday, November 25
Time: 12 PM – 2 PM
An informal lunch meeting where members of the Wesleyan community who are in recovery and those who are affected by a family member or friend’s substance abuse can come together and share their experience, strength, and hope in order to support one another. At this lunch we will discuss some ways we can best handle and enjoy the holiday season and how to support one another through it. We will gather for fellowship, discussion and lunch on 11/25 at 12 noon.
This is a closed lunch, only for those in recovery or affected by another’s substance abuse. Please email recovery[at]wesleyan[dot]edu for more information.
Date: Nov. 25th
Time: 12PM to 1PM
Place: Please email recovery[at]wesleyan[dot]edu for more information
Come to the UOC (190 High St.) this Sunday 11/24 at 4:30 for an open community meeting. We’re going to be discussing use of the space, upcoming changes, the history of the space, and future ideas.
Date: Sunday, November 23
Time: 4:30 PM
Place: University Organizing Center (190 High St.)
Hope to see all you activists there!
From Matthew Stein ’16:
Join Veeblefetzer/The Wesleyan Klezmer Band for an afternoon of toe-tappin’ tunes and endless dancing!
1:30 – 2:15 DANCE WORKSHOP
Come dance your tukhes off before all the mishegas even begins in a dance workshop with world famous Yiddish dance leader Steve Weintraub!
2:30 – 3:30 KLEZMER CONCERT
We’ll play a lively 45 minute dance set, with dancing led by Steve (all levels welcome!) And if that’s not enough musical madness for you, there’s more! You’ll learn to sing a well known Chanukah song… in Yiddish. You’ll witness two violins played simultaneously. There will also be a special appearance by the Mixolydians singing an old Yiddish theater song. Refreshments provided.
Sponsored by the Wesleyan Jewish Community and the Yiddish Book Center with support from the Jack & Ruthe B. Cowl Center for Jewish Culture.
Date: Sunday, November 24
Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Place: the Bayit (157 Church St)
Facebook event: here!
1942. USA. Dir: Preston Sturges. With Claudette Colbert, Joel McCrea. 88 min.
Convinced that the way to support hubby’s career is to divorce him and marry a richer man, a concerned wife flees for Florida. Strange rich people, some guy called “The Weenie King,” and a trainload of gun-wielding elderly drunks await en route to an irresistibly implausible screwball comedy finale.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.
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