Do you identify as female?
Do you want to look like the badasses in this picture?
Do you want to join WesRugby?
If you answered yes to all of these, come to a dinner and desert info session with WesRugby. (Bring your dinner from Usdan.)
All levels of experience (or lack thereof) more than welcome.
See you there!
Email drobinson01@wes if you have any questions.
Date: Thursday, March 27 (tomorrow)
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 110
A half-hour sketch comedy show to tickle your genitals (and other erogenous zones, we don’t discriminate).
- WHEN?: Tomorrow @ 5pm
- WHERE?: Nips Lounge
- FACEBOOK?: Here.
A very important open forum notice from Ashe Kilbourne ’14:
Decarcerate CT (link here) is organizing an open forum to discuss the new juvenile women’s locked detention center being built in Middletown (article here).
Community members and Middletown students are invited to come to the Malcolm X House basement at 5:30 this Thursday to listen to community organizers talk about prison abolition activism in Connecticut and to discuss organizing against the new facility and the expansion of the prison system in our state.
Date: Thursday, March 27th
Place: Malcolm X Basement
Cost: a raising of your consciousness
From Angus Macdonald ’16:
A NIGHT OF GROOVETASTIC PSYCHEDELIC JAZZGASM HIP-HOP SYNTHESIZER MUSIC
“It has to do with the grills that hip hop guys put over their
and Wesleyan University’s own
Date: Thursday, March 27
Time: 9-11 PM
Link to the Facebook event here.
Hannah Adams ’13 and Ally Ruchman ’16 wants your activism to be more effective:
Like social change? Like winning? Great, see you Thursday night! Come learn and discuss how to run (and win!) strategic campaigns on campus and off. This workshop will focus on the grassroots campaign skills of recruitment, campaign planning, and leadership development. This event is open to individuals and groups.
Save yourself/your group a spot here. More info after jump.
She’ll brighten up your day, Hannah Rimm ’15:
Second Stage presents You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown! Come relive your childhood this Thursday-Saturday at 8pm in the Westco Cafe! The show is not ticketed so make sure to show up early to get a seat! Cast and Crew after the jump.
This is a cordial invitation to all the Old Rockers out there to come slurp up some good music and maybe do a faceplant or two this Thursday at Art House.
11 PM: SLURP’S UP a.k.a SLURP SUP a.k.a SLUR P.S. UP a.k.a chicago slurp-rock 2piece (him/them) /are gender politicians /are identity taggers /are corporate terrorists /are net artists /are not artists /are devoted to a plurality of voices in our community /every show is our last show before we become a le tigre tribute band
1955. USA. Dir: Nicholas Ray. With James Dean, Natalie Wood. 111 min.
Dean broods and smolders in his iconic role as the new kid who clashes with bullies and authorities but forms a tender bond with his fellow outsiders. Few films have justified the emphatically wide CinemaScope frame and vivid color quite like Ray’s intense parable of teen angst.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. $5.