From Maia Golden ’17:
Ladies and Gentlemen, whether you like it or not… HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, the musical written by John Cameron Mitchell and Wesleyan’s own Stephen Trask ’89, is happening right here at Wesleyan University and we want each and every one of you to come by and try your hand at playing the internationally ignored song stylist known as Hedwig or her sullen roadie, Yitzhak.
Please prepare a song in the style of the show. Sides will be provided.
Date: Monday, September 22nd, 2014
Place: Usdan Multi Purpose Room (B25)
From Sexual Violence Resource Coordinator Alysha B. Warren:
The Sexual Assault Support Group for female-identified survivors will be held on Tuesdays beginning September 23rd-December 2nd from 5:30-6:45PM. Meetings will follow an open support group format and participants determine group topics each week.
Contact Alysha B. Warren, LPC, Therapist/Sexual Violence Resource Coordinator (awarren[at]wesleyan[dot]edu) for more information.
Dates: Tuesdays, September 23rd-December 2nd
From Matt Fine ’15:
Phil Elverum is a singer/songwriter who goes under the moniker of The Microphones and Mount Eerie. He is going to be playing a small, stripped down, performance in Buddhist House at 8. His music combines elements of lo-fi and folk music with brief elements of black metal and noise, finding beauty within dissonance.
Check out these videos.
Time: 8 PM
From Josephine Ho ’16:
Ever wanted to learn cha-cha or waltz? How about swing, rumba, tango, and more? Already love these dances and want to keep dancing at Wesleyan? Check out Ballroom, Latin, and Swing Team’s first lesson/ informational meeting! No experience, no partner and no audition necessary.
Date: Today, September 21st, 2014
Place: Usdan Fayerweather 106
From Jenn Cummings ’16:
The MINDS Foundation is a non-profit started by Wes alumni that promotes a grassroots approach to mental health and neurological disorders in rural India. We believe that mental illness is not just US issue- it is a global issue.
Come by if you want to work with the chapter on campus this semester! We’ll be planning fundraising events and events to promote awareness on campus. We’ll also be discussing our next issue of Headspace, an interdisciplinary journal that looks at mental health issues through a diverse array of artistic and scientific media.
There will be chai and/or baked goods.
Date: Sunday, September 21 — today!
Time: 7-8 PM
Place: Albritton 107