Wesleyan Women in Film writes in:
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!
Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival, is coming to Wesleyan University for the FIRST TIME EVER!! On Monday, April 21st we will be hosting an Information Session At Beckham Hall @ 7pm.
CMF will give you everything you need to make your own 5-minute short film in 7 days, including:
– Apple Macbook Pro
– Panasonic HD Camera
– Adobe Creative Cloud and Final Cut Studio
– Microphone & Tripod
– 1000+ License-Free Songs
– Technical Support & Training
All. For. FREE!
From Nola Werlinich ’17:
Paula Vogel is the Eugene O’Neill Adjunct Professor of Playwriting at Yal School of Drama and Playwright in Residence at the Yale Repertory Theatre. Her play “How I Learned to Drive” received the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Her other award winning plays include “The Baltimore Waltz” and “The Long Christmas Ride Home.” Her play “A Civil War Christmas” was produced at Long Wharf Theatre in November 2008. A reception and book signing will follow the talk.
Date: Monday, April 21st
Time: 8:00PM – 9:00PM
Place: Memorial Chapel
An event sent to us by the most incredible, the amazing, Mr. Jamie Hall ’15!
Searching for enlightenment but unsure of how to transcend your egoand rediscover yourself as the eternal All? For a step in the right direction, join the folks of BuHo and Professor Kaloyanides for ascreening of Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring. The film,described as “elementally simple and complexly beautiful” and “greatchillout cinema,” will be shown on Monday 4/21 from 4:30 6:30pm in PAC136. As the Buddhist hermit Hanshan would often say, “shit is gonna be poppin”. Check it out by clicking here.
When: Monday, April 3rd. 4:30-6pm
Where: PAC 136
Cost: 30 karma points (but actually 100% free!)
I highly recommend everyone attend this event. I certainly will be there. Courtesy of Jack Spira ’16:
I would like to invite all students on campus to attend a Forum on Sexual Assault on Monday, April 21st, at 8 PM. The Forum will cover:
- Social Spaces and Greek Life
- Survivor Support
- Reporting/Judicial Policies
Along with those three topics, all attendees will be given basic information in Bystander Intervention Training, one of the few tools that we can all use to help stop sexual violence on our campus. The goal of the Forum is to come up with solutions and idea on how we, as a community, can help support survivors and prevent further sexual violence from happening anywhere in our community. To that end, members of the administration will be present, but this event is truly for students to get together and talk about how we can all help each other in a non-confrontational way.
Date: Monday, April 21st, 2014
Time: 8 PM
Place: Exley 150