A note for potential tutors from Angela Yoo ’15:
Do you love to work with really cute kids? Join WesMath/WesReads! Minimum of 1 hour commitment per week. Tutor students in grades 2-5 at Macdonough Elementary School or Farm Hill Elementary School. All interested/returning tutors must attend a training session (dates/times listed below). All training sessions will be held in Allbritton 311. Hope to see you there!
Learn more at our website.
Dates/Times: Sunday, Jan. 26 at 2:00 PM or Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 7:00 PM (for returning tutors)
Sunday, Feb. 2 at 2:00 PM or Tuesday, Feb. 4 at 7:00 PM (for new tutors)
Place: Allbritton 311
Rebecca Seidel ’15 and Aviva Hirsch ’16 invite you to an interest meeting for their student forum:
Calling all podcast enthusiasts, future radio producers, writers, listeners, storytellers, soundscapers, and people in general:
We are having an interest meeting tomorrow for our student forum, Radio Storytelling: Crafting a Narrative Through Sound. The forum will be part seminar and part workshop, and it will give you a chance to listen to, talk about, and produce your own radio stories. For more info about what we’ll be doing and how you can enroll, come to Allbritton 004 tomorrow at 2PM!
Date: Saturday, January 25 – tomorrow!
Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Place: Allbritton 004 (next to Espwesso)
From Elisa Cardona and the nifty Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development:
Have you always wanted to make a difference in the Wesleyan Community?
Now is your chance! The Office of New Student Orientation is looking for 4 eager and excited orientation summer interns and 30 equally excited and vibrant fall Orientation Leaders.
Sivan Battat ’15 wants to know if you feel like clowning around:
Calling all clowns!
“’Vatzlav’ is a three-ring circus of a comedy, cataloguing the injustices – and the sheer craziness – of civilization.” – New York
In VATZLAV (by Polish dramatist S?awomir Mro?ek), a castaway slave in search of a new life and identity washes up on a remote island after a tempest leaves him shipwrecked. Here he encounters a zany cast of characters including a blind Oedipus, a wealthy bloodsucking couple, and their son who pretends to be a bear while instigating a revolution. This panoramic Polish political farce spins a bizarre and biting tale of the absurd mechanisms of power in 77 brisk episodic scenes. Wesleyan alumna Lily Whitsitt (’06) directs. Please check with the Theater office or Stage Manager Sivan Battat (sbattat[at]wesleyan[dot]edu) for a copy of the play.
1997. Japan. Dir: Hayao Miyazaki. Animated. 134 min.
To rid himself of a demon’s curse, a young prince must travel to a faraway land where fierce war wages between Nature and Man. Master animator Miyazaki (Spirited Away, the upcoming The Wind Rises) crafts a beautiful Shintoist vision of ancient Japan, where giant gods and spirits roam the land.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. $5.
Wanna rite moar good? Hit up Savannah Whiting ’13 at the Writing Workshop for your own personal writing mentor:
Worried about your writing? Fear no more! Apply now for a Writing Mentor, a personal tutor who will meet with you privately to help you with your writing. Mentors can help you at all stages of the writing process — generating ideas, structuring your essay, improving grammar, clarity and style, or simply managing your time — and will meet with you weekly to address all of your writing worries and woes. If you participate, a specially trained sophomore, junior, or senior will meet with you throughout the semester.