Category Archives: Events

Urban Farming Information Session

From the lovely Kate Weiner ’15 who does everything on this campus with so much class:

Reciprocity

Interested in learning more about urban farming, environmental education, and community development? Would you like to work on an urban farm during the summer? Come to a brief information session as part of “Reciprocity: Urban Gardens, Female Farmers, and Community Development” to learn more about opportunities to get outside and grow food.

There will be homemade granola! And if you can’t come but would like to intern at a farm, send an e-mail to Kate at kweiner(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.

Date: Friday, February 21
Time: 2:00-2:30 PM
Place: Memorial Zelnick Pavilion

Leadership Luncheon: Positive Activism

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From SALD Leadership Intern Jordan Gaynes ’14:

Join us for a conversation on positive activism in our community. How can we effectively motivate change? What challenges do we face as movers and shakers, and how can we encourage others to join the cause? Come share your thoughts and learn from the experiences of other student leaders!

Lunch provided!

Date: Tomorrow, February 21st
Time: 12pm-1pm
Place: Allbritton Room 004

Marateck + Jon Pfeffer @ BuHo

unnamedThe lovely Nikki Dodd ’15 writes in:

First concert of the semester at Buddhist House!! Featuring Marateck,
Jon Pfeffer, and Hyper Inflation!

It’s gonna be a rock show.

~ math rock, post minimalism, free jazz ~

MARATECK creates music that is simultaneously angular, emotional,
virtuosic and aggressive. Listen here.

Date: Saturday, February 22
Time: 9 pm
Place: Buddhist House (356 Wash)

1000 Hands Dance

From Veronica Lumbantoruan ’15:

Wanna try something new and really cool and flaunt it to Wesleyan peeps? Come and join us for an Indonesian traditional dance! We’re going to perform at Mabuhay and Southeast Asian Cultural Night. No experience necessary and it’s tons of fun!!! We practice on Saturday nights, so come to this week’s practice! It’ll be over early enough to go out and there will be treats.

Date: Saturday, February 22
Time: 7-9 pm
Place: Fayerweather Dance Studio

The Sound of Nostalgia

From Romance Languages and Literatures Department:

Nostalgia could be said to be the insuppressible desire to stay in contact with one’s homeland: the need to maintain one’s identity and memories, while avoiding the transformation that every journey inevitably presents. In this sense, music can represent a very important link to the past. The concert will explore the emotive side of the emigration experience through the performance of pieces associated with immigration to the Americas, and through the narration of texts by the great, 20th-century Italian author Cesare Pavese among others.

Flute: Sara Bondi
Piano: David Revuelta
Music by Martín y Soler, Lovreglio, De Lorenzo, Casella, Rota and Piazzolla

Date: Today, Thursday, February 20
Time: 8 P.M.
Place: Memorial Chapel
Cost: Free

French Film Screening: Un Indien dans la Ville

un indienFrom the French department:

The Parisian Steph only needs his wife Patricia to sign the divorce papers- but she left 13 years ago to living with Amazonas Indians. Steph finds her in Venezuela, where he learns that he has a son, Mimi-siku, who grew up as an Amazonas Indian. He takes him back to Paris with him.

Come see this funny family comedy and practice your French!

Date: Thursday, February 20
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Place: Fisk 301
Cost: Zero euros

Pizza and Sex

Pizza and Sex

Come eat pizza and talk about sex! We will be watching this TED talk and discussing the language we use around sex at Wesleyan and we might make the Wesleyan sex scene more positive, healthy, and sexy. Large quantities of pizza will provided, not metaphorically.

Date: TODAY
Time: 7PM
Place: 
Allbritton 311
Cost: $0

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Shabbat Dinner Discussion

Emily Greenspan ’16 discusses the following:

Come to the Bayit this Friday evening for a unique Shabbat dinner facilitated by the New Israel Fund to discuss the Arab-Israeli conflict.

After an abridged service, we will explore questions about our relationships with Israel, Palestine, and the conflict.

We welcome diverse points of view and hope that you’ll come to learn more and/or share with us! And, as usual, there will be a delicious dinner and fresh baked challah!

Date: Friday, February 21st (tomorrow!)
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Place: The Bayit

Stuffed Animal Workshop, Part 2

ucabFrom the lovely people of UCAB:

It’s never to late to show that even though you forgot to get someone something on V-day the love is still there! Come out this Thursday as UCAB (re)hosts the Stuffed Animal Workshop! Same time, Same place, Same level of awesomeness!!

Date: Thursday, February 20
Time: 8:00 PM – 12 AM
Place: Usdan
Cost: Free.99

Challah for Hunger Sale!

An exciting invitation from Eva Steinberg ’17:

Come and buy some challah! All proceeds go to charity (half to relief for the genocide in Darfur, half to local organizations that focus on feeding the hungry). This month our flavors are: plain, chocolate chip, and cinnamon bun!

Date: Friday, February 21 (tomorrow!)
Time: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Place: Exley Science Center, First Floor
Cost: $2 – $3 per challah