Category Archives: Events

PCM Story Share


Brought to you by David Elkin-Ginnetti ’18:

Did you go to New York for the People’s Climate March or Flood Wall Street last weekend? Even if you didn’t, everyone is welcome to come sing worker’s songs, share thoughts on the weekend, and discuss strategies for further action at Wes.

Date: Friday, September 26th
Time: 4:30 pm
Place: Base of Foss

16mm Senior Film Thesis Auditions

Antique show weekend

Courtesy of Alex Donesky ’15:

Interested in acting in a senior thesis film? Come audition for Andreas Streuli’s 16mm thesis film this Friday! Looking for young looking male and young looking female. No acting experience necessary! If interested but unable to attend the audition contact  adonesky[at]wesleyan[dot]edu or astreuli[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.

Date: Friday, September 26th
Time: 4:30-6:00
Place: Center for Film Studies, Room 124

Navaratri Festival—Henna and Chaat

An event from the Center for the Arts:

Experience South Asian culture through henna art and sampling of chaat (savory snacks), hosted by Shakti, Wesleyan’s South Asian Students’ Association. This event is part of the 38th annual Navaratri Festival at Wesleyan.

Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: Olin Lobby
Cost: FREE!

East Asian Outreach Interest Lunch


From Amy Zhang ’15:

Like playing with and teaching kids? Have taiko, sumi e, sushi making,or other skills you want to share, or just want to help out with teaching? Come to the Center for the East Asian Studies Outreach interest lunch! It’s a paid position and it’s a lot of fun.

**You have to be free on early Friday afternoons around 11am-1pm.**

Date: Friday, September 26th
Time: 12:30-1:30
Place: 343 Washington Terrace, Center for East Asian Studies Seminar Room

Delicate Steve @ Buddhist House

DelicateSteveFrom Yiyang Wang ’15:

Like a hydro-electric Mothra rising from the ashes of an African village burned to the ground by post-rock minotaurs, the music of Delicate Steve will literally make you the happies person who has never lived.

They were here 2 years ago and they’re back again, delicate tunes for your beautiful ears.

Date: Friday, Sept 26
Time: 10 PM-1:30 AM
Place: Buddhist House

Compost Bucket Distribution ROUND #2

From the minimal carbon footprint of Rina Kremer ’15:

Hi Folks,Y’all wanted more buckets, and — thanks to The Pickle Stand — we now have those buckets! Come visit us in Exley Lobby again on Thursday night from 6:30-8PM, or until we run out again. Happy composting!

Date: Today!
Time: 6:30-8:00
Place: Exley Lobby

Klub Café Open Meeting

oeKNdmeLuke Macdonald ’17 writes:

Have great ideas for campus events but don’t know WHERE to host them? Have dumb ideas for dumb events and worry everyone will think you are stupid if you suggest them? Want to help make dumb people’s stupid ideas a reality? Join Klub Café and help us make the most of this cool space on campus! Open to everyone in the Wesleyan community.

I also made a facebook group! No tryouts or applications or auditions; just come with a big imagination!

Date: Thursday, September 25th
Time: 7pm
Place: WestCo Café


Nerf Gun Capture the Flag


From Kirby Neaton ’14:

Did you know UCAB owns tons of nerf guns? Now you do. UCAB is hosting capture the flag with nerf guns and glow sticks and blacklights (oh my)! Bring your friends and come out for a fun-filled night!

Date: Thursday, September 25th
Time: 8:00PM
Place: Beckham
Cost: FREE!!!

Check out the Facebook event page here

Tickle My Toes? Kiss My Nose? Let’s Hook Up!

Brought to you by WesWell:

Ever noticed that the term “hooking up” is actually pretty confusing and ambiguous? When someone wants to “hook up”, does he/she/ze means what you do? How do you know?? Come chat about how to best communicate your wants, needs, and desires with a partner (or partners) and maximize the satisfaction of all at the first workshop in our Healthy Relationships Series, “Healthy Hook Ups”!

Join us for a FREE THAI FOOD DINNER and an open, honest, awesome workshop discussing these questions and many more!

Date: Thursday, September 25th
Time: 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Place: PAC 136

Film Series: Orlando

1992. UK. Dir: Sally Potter. With Tilda Swinton, Billy Zane. 94 min.


Commanded by the dying Queen not to grow old, the eponymous nobleman (Swinton) obeys; through the centuries Orlando’s age never changes – though hir gender suddenly does. This wonderful journey was originally conceived by Virginia Woolf but comes to life via the film medium, effortlessly bounding across time and circumstance with a free spirit.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free