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Film Series: The Bourne Identity

2002. USA/Germany. Dir: Doug Liman. With Matt Damon. 119 min.

A man washes up in the Mediterranean with two gunshot wounds in his back and no memory of who he is. Luckily, he still retains a ridiculous set of spy skills that come in handy when he real- izes the CIA wants him dead – making for some incredible fight scenes that are rivaled only by the car chases. Go back to the Bourne basics, before it got over-franchised (seriously: Jeremy Renner?).

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

Queer Prom

10151202_10203452773501244_7437458907051987111_nYou are cordially invited…

Theme: **Sparkle**

April 25th, 2014
PRE-PROM: Open House @ 9
PROM: Malcolm X House @ 10
DJ kilbourne
DJ abhi
DJ am

Date: Friday, April 25
Time: 10 PM – 2 AM
Place: Malcolm X

Holi 2014

It’s that time of the year again! Come celebrate the most colorful holiday of the year, HOLI! Holi is the Hindu festival of colors. The celebration will begin at 4:30pm on Foss, and the countdown will be at 5. There will be loud music, pretty colors, and lots of people!

Shirts will be on sale for $5 during lunch and dinner in Usdan during the week before Holi. Shirts sell out FAAAAAST so make sure NOT to forget your money! You will receive two free bags of powder if you buy a shirt.(If you bought a ticket to Samsara you get one free bag of powder as well!) Otherwise, you can buy powder for $1/bag at the event.

Time: Today, Friday 4/25 from 4:30-6pm
Place: Foss Hill
Cost: $5 for a t-shirt; $1 for a bag of powder

Until We Get It Right: A Senior Thesis Staged Reading

Natalie Sacks ’14 is sharing with you the hard work and rich rewards of a playwriting thesis.

Until We Get It Right tells a story of depression that spans generations. Three individuals suffer through love and medication, making connections that matter and simply getting through the day. We weave in and out of the three time periods, with each cast being played by the same four actors, and imagine how we might connect to these people and their illness as well. Written and presented in partial fulfillment of her Honors Thesis in Theater, Natalie Sacks ’14 wrote this play to consider how the extremely personal, internal experience of depression can be shared with an audience.

Come support me and the newly created playwriting thesis at Wesleyan!The performance is in the new CFA Theater Studio, which is the olddance studio (TST001) in the main Theater Department building.

When: Friday, April 25 & Saturday April 26, 2014 at 8pm
Where: Theater Studio (TST001)
Cost: Free! And no tickets required
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