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Open Events at the 2014 Shasha Conference

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The directors of the Shasha Seminar for Basic Human Concerns this year invite you to their open events:

Saturday, April 5th:

10:00-11:30am: Interview of Michael Cunningham and Richard McCann by Faith Middleton of WNPR [Beckham Hall]

11:30-Noon: Reading by Richard McCann [Beckham Hall]

4:00-4:30pm: Reading by science fiction writer Sam Delany [Beckham Hall]

8pm: Michael Cunningham Reading and Talk [Memorial Chapel]

All open events are free. We hope to see you there!

Gag Reflex Improv Comedy Show

tUWDulFrom Anna Bisikalo ’17:

Hey when’s the last time you genuinely laughed? Your lips say “yesterday!” but your eyes say “maybe when I was 12, once.”

Help us help you. Come to the NICS this FRIDAY at 8PM to see Gag Reflex perform their signature long-form improvised comedy.
You’ll feel like a tween again.

Where: Nics Lounge
When: Tonight (Friday) 8pm-9pm

 

Workday at Long Lane Farm

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Yona Golding ’14 writes in:

Long Lane Farm invites you to join us this Saturday for a workday beneath the beautiful spring sun. Come celebrate blue skies and balmy weather while learning about growing food with the members of Wesleyan’s own community run organic farm. Activities will include a tutorial and a little rundown of what we’ve been up to of late and our plans for the future. Come whenever and stay as long as you like. Let’s get dirty!

  • Date: Tomorrow, Saturday, April 5
  • Time: 10am – 12pm (tutorial starts at 11am)
  • Place: Long Lane Farm, of course! (across from Physical Plant)

 

Film Series: Ghostbusters

1984. USA. Dir: Ivan Reitman. With Bill Murray, Harold Ramis. 105 min.

Paranormal activity is on the rise in New York and an ancient god of destruction is threatening to stage his big comeback in an upscale high-rise. Who are YOU gonna call? Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, and the late Ramis team up to defend humanity against ghosts, slime, and something you’d think could never, ever possibly destroy us.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5