From Dylan Awalt-Conley ’15:
The Brooklyn-based sonic experimenters Killer BOB will be gracing us with a concert this Friday at Music House. They self-identify as “post-core” and draw from noise, jazz, punk, mathrock, and metal, without ever really settling into any of those categories. According to the band, their music “explores their collective subconscious dream worlds,” an interest that manifests in spoken word/storytelling segments. Their music also “rocks” and is “really really good for listening to,” according to someone, probably.
Check out a music video for the song “Memory Burns” after the jump.
The student group Cosmos will be opening with a free jazz set. What Jason Derulo song will they cover next?? Come find out and trance the night away!
Date: Friday, October 10th, 2014
Place: Music House
1988. India. Dir: Mira Nair. With Shafiq Syed, Hansa Vithal. 113 min.
Before plying her trade in Hollywood, Nair earned international acclaim for this gritty neorealist drama starring nonprofessional street children. A boy is banished by his family and left to work for a travelling circus, but a series of heartbreaks exposes him deeper into a poverty-stricken urban underbelly of child labor, prostitution, and drug dealing.
Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free
From Claire Wright ’16 and the SALD Office:
The link for students/groups/faculty to submit applications to be a presenter at the 7th annual Social Justice Leadership Conference (SJLC) is now live! The Social Justice Leadership Conference (SJLC) is a collaborative effort which provides a space for students, student groups, community members, alumni, faculty, and staff to discuss social justice and to learn and refine leadership skills. SJLC seeks to empower its participants to create change by applying the skills and knowledge acquired during the conference.
Students, student groups, alumni, community members, faculty and staff facilitate sessions in their area of interest or expertise. Sessions focus on leadership skills that may be applied to any social movement and on the many manifestations of injustice and how participants can be involved in creating change. SJLC provides participants with resources and opportunities for engagement on campus, in Middletown, in Connecticut and across the globe.
For more information on the SJLC, click HERE.
Deadline: Monday, October 13th, at 4pm
Link: Submit your proposal HERE HERE HERE
From the folks at UCAB:
This is not your typical college market laser game system–it’s a professionally produced team sport that requires keen strategy, and features real time scoring! To ensure an exciting and unique experience, we’ve focused our game features on the interaction between players. We’ve integrated seriously high tech Lasertron gaming vests with shoulder speakers, and versatile two-handed phasers with multiple laser options. Just add heart pumping music and immense strategic lighting and you’ll have a night you will not soon forget.
Date: Thursday, October 9 — tonight!
Time: 8 PM – 12 AM
Place: Beckham Hall
Facebook event: here.
From Ali Goldberg ’15:
Are you a psych major or prospective psych major? The officers of PsiChi (the psychology honor society – not Chi Psi) are hosting a psych social this Friday, October 10th from 3:00-4:00pm. Come hang out and ask questions about:
– Study abroad
– Research on campus
– Joining Psi Chi
– Anything else psych-related
Or just come hang out and enjoy free cookies and coffee! It will be super informal – feel free to come and go as you please.
Date: Friday, October 10th
Time: 3-4 PM
Place: Judd lounge, room 103