Category Archives: Events

Senior Recital – Merry Li

CFA Staffer Andrew Chatfield invites you to a senior music recital by Merry Li ’15, “A Show from the Chinese Cultural Revolution.”

The performance will include revolutionary songs from China whose performance complements Li’s written thesis work on the relationship between revolutionary songs and visual propaganda during China’s Cultural Revolution.

Date: Sunday, March 29th
Time: 3:00 pm
Place: World Music Hall (CFA)

Gluten-Free Wes Makes Brunch for Dinner

An invitation from Rachel Sobelsohn ’17:

We will be making delicious gluten-free brunch food! French toast, eggs, omelettes, pancakes/crepes, and possibly even banana bread!
Food is Celiac-safe (gluten-free)
If you have any questions or want to participate, please email rsobelsohn[at]wesleyan[dot]edu to make sure we have enough food! (We probably will, but just to be safe!)
If you can’t show up Saturday night, but want to get on the listserv, email rsobelsohn[at]wesleyan[dot]edu !

Date: Saturday, March 28th – tonight!
Time: 6:30pm
Place: Hewitt kitchen

Eradicate Hate Potluck

From Haenah Kwon ’17:

Hello friends! Wanna talk about hate and love with us while eating amazing food? Middletown Potluck would like you to join us THIS Saturday, March 28th, at 6pm for another great potluck! We’ve planned a potluck devoted to the discussion of experiences and stories of hate, AND how to overcome it. Spend the evening telling your own truth and learning from others! (and eating GREAT food). If you are able to bring something to share, great! If not, we’d love for you to just bring yourself! Lots and lots of love, Your M-town potluck crew.

Date: Saturday, March 28th – tonight!
Time: 6:00pm
Place: St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen
Facebook: EVENT PAGE

Film Series: Them!

1954. USA. Dir: Gordon Douglas. With James Whitmore, Joan Weldon. 94 min.

 

Giant man-eating ants in the Southwest: a science fiction metaphor for nuclear panic, or the shocking true secret the government doesn’t want you to know? Either way, you’ll think twice before planning your next Sunday picnic. Terror! Horror! Excitement! Mystery! …Them! Programmed in conjunction with One Book, One Middletown.

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