Category Archives: Events

The Margaret Jenkins Dance Company presents: “Times Bones”

mjdc_times_bonesFrom Cynthia Tong ’14:

Don’t know what to do this Valentine’s Day weekend with your S.O. or your friends? Consider coming to this amazing dance performance for your Valentine’s Day weekend!

The Margaret Jenkins Dance Company is known nationwide for performing highly charged kinetic works that are at once physically rigorous and intellectually demanding. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of her Company, choreographer Margaret Jenkins created Times Bones (2013) in collaboration with her dancers, composer Paul Dresher, visual designer Alexander V. Nichols, and poet Michael Palmer. Inspired by the myth of Osiris, Ms. Jenkins, with her dancers and collaborators, gathers the scattered “bones” of her past repertory, finding a new dance at the collision of past and present. Regarded as one of this country’s most influential dance-makers, Margaret Jenkins propels the artists and the audience on a journey forward into a rich and unknown territory.

Guided Meditation at the Senior Center

meditation-paintingFrom Nikki Dodd ’15:

Come open your hearts and minds on Friday as we span generations and meditate with seniors at the senior center. In the theme of Valentine’s day, this meditation — led by the magnificent Katie McLaughlin — will focus on love, friendship and our community. This practice is open to all levels and experiences with meditation and will give us some time to reflect inwards on a day that focuses on external demonstrations of love. Afterwards, we will have time with the seniors to talk, share stories, and get perspectives often out of our reach on campus.

IIMPACT India Interest Meeting

unnamed-6From Romil Sharma ’16:

IIMPACT India is back for our first meeting of the semester, and we’re looking for new members! At IIMPACT, we fundraise, raise awareness, and design educational materials for a Wesleyan-sponsored school in Rajasthan, India. This semester, we have lots of things in store…guest speakers, chai sales, #workbooks. Come thru.

Time: 7 p.m.
Place: PAC 002



What defines a true survivor? Is it her ability to survive the currents of the cyberwave? Or is it constructing your identity of being in time? More importantly, who are you wearing? Enough questions. Time for answers.


tickets being sold in usdan during lunch friday/tomorrow (2/14)

but also there’s paypal.

doors open 10 close 12


Date: Sat, Feb 15
Time: 10 p.m.- 2 a.m.
Place: Eclectic
Cost: $5

One Billion Rising

From Kate Weiner ’15

More than 1 in 3 women worldwide will be raped or beaten during her lifetime.Through collective dance and sharing our stories, the One Billion Rising movement hopes to eradicate violence against women and empower one another as human beings.Rise. Release. Dance!

  • When: Friday, February 14th; 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Where: Fayerweather Theater Room
  • How: Just bring your beautiful selves and get ready to move!
  • FB Event: Here

BLAST Dance Lessons

Ballroom-DancingFrom the Wes BLAST club:

Ever wanted to learn how to ballroom dance?

Waltz, Tango, Swing, ChaCha, Rumba, you name it, we do it! Come check it out. Wes’s BLAST club will be having our first regular dance lesson taught by a world Champ professional dancer.

Time: 9 p.m.
Place: Fayerweather 106

Film Series: Zaytoun

2012. Israel/UK/France. Dir: Eran Riklis. With Stephen Dorff. 110 min.

During the 1982 Lebanon War, a captured Israeli pilot forms a tentative pact with a Palestinian boy to assist each other in escaping back over the border. The pair face obstacles both internal and external on their dangerous trek. Speaker: Isaac Zablocki, Director of Film Programs at the JCC in Manhattan.

Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.

Edit: Film series is cancelled this evening due to inclement weather.