An important message from Shannon Welch ’14:
Clinic Escorts will be holding two training and information sessions, Thursday Jan 30th at 7 and Friday Feb 7th at noon, both in 41 Wyllys Room 110.
Clinic escorts is a low commitment way to support women’s right to choose. We go three times a week in groups of four to a clinic in Bridgeport. Our job is to escort the women from their cars to the clinic door as they are berated by antis. We do not engage with the antis. YOU ONLY NEED TO VOLUNTEER ONCE A SEMESTER :) Bring your friends! Check us out here.
Date and Time: Thursday, January 30 @ 7 PM or Friday, February 7 @ 12 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 110
Cost: FREE AND EMPOWERING!
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Scott Zimmer ’14, king of beautiful locks and vegetables, is here to help you eat local:
Have you heard about the Local Food Co-op? For the last few semesters, we have been sourcing a large variety of local foods, and allowing students like you to buy them at wholesale prices through your meal plan. This semester we’re offering produce, milk, cheese, yogurt and ice cream, meat, coffee, eggs, bread, tofu, seitan and granola. That’s a lot of foods!
If you’re interested in hearing more about the co-op, we’re holding an information session this Sunday, from 6-7 in Shanklin 107. We’d love to give you the whole run down. If you’ve been in the co-op before or already know about it, this meeting is not mandatory.
The deadline for signing up with the form below is WEDNESDAY NIGHT (January 29th)!
If you’re ready to sign up, here’s the link to do it!
Any questions? Just email wesleyanlocalcoop[at]gmail[dot]com
What? Go to the info session!
When? Sunday, January 26th at 6pm
Where? Shanklin 107
Jenessa Duncombe ’14 invites you (yes, you!) to the info session for the student forum Memoirs of Crisis: Writing Through Trauma, co-taught by Duncombe and Cade Leebron ’14. Some more details:
Come learn about our student forum for spring 2014! This is the second time Cade and Jenessa have led this forum and we are excited to do it again. We will host an info session to talk about our goals for the course and answer any questions you have.
Courtesy of the fiery Alex Fireman ’16:
The Mixolydians, Wesleyan’s first (and only) student-run chamber choir, are holding auditions this semester! Please come prepared to sight read (don’t worry, it won’t be too hard). Auditions will take place on Wednesday, January 29 from 6-8 pm and again on Thursday, January 30 from 6-8pm in 41 Wyllys Room 112.
Date: Wednesday and Thursday, January 29th and 30th, 2014
Time: 6–8 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Rm. 112
If you ever wanted to slam it up, now’s the perfect time! WeSLAM’s spring semester slam series is more chill than the fall – with slams not geared to forming a team; rather, the focus is on creativity and the beauty of the spoken word. With that said, WeSLAM’s first slam of the semester is…
THE PROP SLAM! Though it takes the same three-minute-and-ten-second format, this slam ignores the evil “No Prop” Rule! So you can recite an ode to a banana, drum to give your slam rhythm, speak a poetic diatribe of how your toaster wronged you: anything goes in terms of the props So get creative! Just remember only one prop per poem. This slam will be held on February 8th, so start preparing! If you’re interested in signing up, email weslam(dot)wesleyan(at)gmail(dot)com after 5pm on the day of the slam. If you’re interested but don’t know where to start, be sure to check out Writers’ Bloc, every Sunday from 4-5:30, for some nifty prompts to get the ideas flowing. More information will be revealed closer to the slam, but now’s the chance to get a head start on writing poems for the slam! We’d love to hear your words and see your banana or toaster or whatever you choose to prop it up with!
Date: Saturday, February 8th
Time: 7:30 PM
Place: Alpha Delt
From Kayla Reiman ’14:
Come meet Wesleyan’s Chaplains, and ORSL staff and students who help coordinate spiritual and religious life on campus. Snacks will be served. Learn more here.
Time: 3:30-4:45 p.m.
Place: ORSL – 169 High St (on the corner Church St), 2nd floor
From Noelle Hiam ’15 and Rachel Lindy ’15:
Do you eat food? Ever wonder where your food comes from? Are you interested in animals rights and/or environmental or social justice? If so, come to the interest meeting for the Food Justice, Sustainability, and Sovereignty forum this Monday evening at 7:00. There will be free snacks.
Date: Monday, January 27
Time: 7 PM – 8:30 PM
Place: Usdan 108