Category Archives: Events

Healthcare Internship Info Session

If you didn’t apply to as many internships as you wanted to over break, have no fear. Karley Dutra ’14 is here to help you out.

Interested in doing something legit this summer? Love Portland, OR and healthcare? Kaiser Permanente NW is looking to hire a Wesleyan student to work in regional administration. As an intern you will be exposed to a variety of departments in this Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) and will learn about the business of healthcare. Come out to an information session this Tuesday (1/28) at noon! People of all academic backgrounds are encouraged to attend and apply!

Date: Tuesday, January 28
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 110 (the CRC)

Affordable Care Act Outreach


From Marshal Lawler ’16:

Want to help sign Middletown residents up for health insurance under the new health law?

Come to PAC 001 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm on Monday the 27th for a first meeting of the year. We’re planning our first outreach event which will be in Meriden. This should be only the first of many events.

This is a great opportunity for people who want to get involved with Connecticut politics/public health!

Date: Monday, January 27
Time: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Place: PAC 001

Espwesso Opens Tonight!


This brief post from Sam Sikder ’14:

Espwesso opens for the semester tonight from 9:00 PM – 1:00 AM. Stop by and warm up. Happy first full week of school everyone!

PS. Espwesso is STILL hiring for 2 positions!

Date: Sunday, January 26
Time: 9:00 PM – 1:00 AM
Place: Espwesso

Info Session for Matt Amylon ’14’s Student Forum on Grant Morrison – Monday, 5:00 – 6:00 PM

Image by Frank Quitely


“Grant Morrison: Comic Book Writer/Rock Star/Wizard” is an earnest attempt to cure Wesleyan of stilted, sub-intro-level “the Graphic Novel” courses through a focused, informed perspective on a specific topic within the vast and daunting medium of comics. To wit, the works of Glaswegian comics auteur Grant Morrison, MBE.

Morrison (1960-) has been one of the most influential voices in the comics medium for twenty-five years, a member of the same 1980s “British invasion” that brought Alan Moore (WATCHMEN) and Neil Gaiman (SANDMAN) to the attention of American readers. Morrison quickly proved to be still more eclectic than those two innovators, earning his fame in 1988 with a bestselling graphic novel (ARKHAM ASYLUM: A SERIOUS HOUSE ON SERIOUS EARTH) about the Jungian unconscious, Aleister Crowley’s Thoth tarot deck, and Batman. Since then, he has time and time again demonstrated an ability to oscillate between personal works such as THE FILTH and high-profile superhero comics while bringing similar thematic concerns and stylistic innovations to each. 

Broomball! Tonight! 8:45 PM!


Esteemed broomball commissioners Ty Kelly ’14 and Gareth Novak-Miller ’14 send one of the most minimal event post blurbs this website has gotten in a while pertaining to broomball, an absurd hockey-like sport that involves people in sneakers playing hockey on the ice rink every Sunday:

Hear ye, hear ye!

Come one, come all to the first meeting of Broomball 2014. Why? Because who doesn’t like falling down on ice.

Date: Sunday, January 26
Time: 8:45 PM
Place: Freeman Ice Rink

You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown Auditions

1530345_10202631224323028_908948944_nFrom Hannah Rimm ’15:

You’re familiar with it.
You’re rewatching Kristen Chenoweth sing “My New Philosophy” for the
millionth time.

You’re…A Good Man, Charlie Brown!!!

Direction by Johnny LaZebnik, Musical Direction by Matt Leibowitz, and Stage Management by Hannah Rimm and Lex Spirtes. Presented by Second Stage. All that’s missing is YOU.

Audition for LAUGH TRACK

A-Cast-Friend-From Keelin Ryan ’14:

Ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes of your favorite TV show? Come audition for LAUGH TRACK! It’s an original comedy going up May 8th-10th in the ’92 Theater!

LAUGH TRACK follows the taping of one episode of a fictional multi-camera sitcom. Watch as five television stars, a stage manager, and a cue card guy fall in and out of character, lust, love, and
alcohol-induced debauchery.

Auditions: Come with something funny, like a monologue, standup, jokes, or anything else that makes you laugh. Also, show us any other skills you might have (singing, dancing, juggling, blogging, etc. (mostly blogging))! Sides will be provided if you’d like to use them.

Student Forum: Modern Feminism Period


This just in from Kate “Millett” Weiner ’15 about a student forum that will interest people who like talking about sexual politics at parties:

Are you a person in this world? Do you want equal rights for everyone?

Then congratulations, you’re a feminist! We’re so happy for you!

Come learn more about what this means and what we can do at a brief interest meeting this upcoming Tuesday, January 28th, at 6 p.m. in Albritton 101. We’ll be talking about potential subjects, such as street harassment, race and representation,body hair, and radical homemaking, as well as collaborative projects, including a feminist music festival and blogging.

If you have any questions/comments/suggestions contact kweiner[at]wesleyan[dot]edu and lmyers[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.

Date: Tuesday, January 28
Time: 6 p.m.
Place: Albritton 103