From May Treuhaft-Ali ’17:
Do you ever feel like all the hot ones are robots? Do you wish that your lipstick doubled as a laser gun? Don’t you hate it when your clones won’t let you sit shotgun in the hovercraft?
Welcome to SONG FOR A FUTURE GENERATION, a comedy that takes place in the future at a dance party on a space shuttle orbiting around an exploding star. The 13- person cast will play time travelers, shapeshifters, aliens, and psychics. They will also get to make puns, karate chop each other and rock out to a whole lot of ’80s jams.
Auditions will take place Wednesday 9/3 and Thursday 9/4 from 4:30 to 6:30. Sides will be provided — no preparation or experience necessary!
Date: Wednesday, September 3rd – Thursday, September 4th.
Time: 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM
Place: The Jones Room (CFA Theater Studios)
Get down and dirty with these muddy boys. Noam Sandweiss-Back ’15 writes in with the details
Are you athletic yet sensitive? Interested in toning your thighs and giving (and receiving) high fives?
Nietzsch Factor, Wesleyan Men’s Ultimate Team, is having our first practice this Tuesday at 4:15 at the bottom of Foss. Come a few minutes early to warm up and bring some water, cleats, and dark and light top!
Date: Tuesday, September 2nd
Time: 4:15 PM
Place: Foss Hill
From Emma Golub ’16:
Kick back with us as we take a breather from orientation weekend, roast some s’morez, sing some campfire songs, reunite with friends, meet new people, and have a great time! Anyone and everyone welcome.
We’ll be in the Bayit backyard (next to WesWings)! In event of rain, we’ll be indoorz. See you then!!
Date: Monday, September 1st, 2014
Place: The Bayit (157 Church Street)
From Gwen Rosen ’15:
The Argus is looking for writers, copy editors, social media editors, photographers, layout staff, and members of the advertising committee. Join us at our all-staff meeting this Sunday!
Date: Sunday, August 31st, 2014
Place: The Argus office (above Broad Street Books)
From Molly Steinfeld ’15:
Worried that your Grateful Dead poster will be lonely on your dorm room walls? Wanting a love seat for some luvin’? Needing a place to heat up your cup-o-noodle? Then come to Waste Not!, Wesleyan’s annual tag sale, where all of these items and more will be available for purchase.
In the Spring, students donate items as they move out of housing. These items are then stored over the summer and available for purchase by students in the Fall. Proceeds go towards sustaining the program, and the rest goes to charity.
We have refrigerators, microwaves, chairs, couches, lamps, mirrors, and a million odds and ends. Bigger items such as furniture will be at the Fountain location, and miscellaneous items will be at the Brainerd garage. The sale will be on August 30th and 31st. There will be signs around campus to direct you to the TWO locations.
Via Amy Zhang ’15:
Stethoscope Press, Wesleyan’s only student run publishing press, is looking to add a few more editors to our team! As an editor, you will work one on one with a writer to create a beautifully published book by the end of the year. If you love the process of writing, editing, and designing, consider joining us for a unique and collaborative experience. In the past, we’ve published graphic novels, poem collections, novellas, memoirs, and short stories.
To apply, please send a 5-7 page writing sample to stethoscopepress(at)gmail(dot)com and a few sentences on why you’re applying and what kind of writing excites you. The deadline is Sunday, September 14 at 4pm.
Questions? Don’t hesitate to email Amy Zhang (azhang(at)wesleyan(dot)edu) or Kate Weiner (kweiner(at)wesleyan(dot)edu).
Date: Sunday, September 14
WesHack is a two-part conference that welcomes Wesleyan students and alumni to pick up new tech skills or to flaunt the ones they’ve got. Track one offers a day-long bootcamp with workshops on front-end design, web app development, video editing, graphic design, and more. You’ll leave armed with basic skills and a good sense of the tools and know-how you’ll need to bring your ideas to life. This crash-course is open to people of all experience levels, so anyone looking to grow their skill set or boost their online presence is encouraged to attend.
The lineup of presenters is well-stocked with impressive Wes students, alumni and friends in the tech world – like software engineer and WesHack co-founder Julian Applebaum ’13, Lily Herman ’16, and Olayinka Lawal ’15 – who will answer your burning questions in the Q&As and student entrepreneur panel.
If you’d like some competition and teamwork in your WesHack experience, register for the 48-hour Hackathon! From Friday, September 5 at noon to Sunday, September 7 at midnight or noon, teams will develop Wes-themed apps, which will be judged by expert alumni for their creativity, technical difficulty, and polish. There are many roles to be filled in each project, so all levels of expertise are welcome – experienced programmers and enthusiastic newbs alike.