Come join the WSA and members of the Greek community in discussing
Greek Life at Wes, the challenges and repercussions of having
student-run spaces at Wes shut down, and some solutions and steps
moving forward. The event will take place in a town hall format in the
Usdan Cafe area, and we invite all members of the Wesleyan community
to join in this discussion.
7-9pm Discussion of Greek Life and Student Run Spaces
-Quick overview of WSA changes, introduction of leadership, meeting
format, ground rules, community standards, goals and intentions for
II. Lack of administration transparency and communication to students
in major decisions
III. Success and challenges of coeducation process
IV. Weekend social life and the future of student run spaces
V. Open discussion, additional questions, etc.
VI. Steps forward
1987. USA. Dir: Rob Reiner. With Cary Elwes, Robin Wright. 98 min.
Grandpa:When I was your age, television was called books. This is a special book. And today I’m gonna read it to you. Grandson:Has it got any sports in it? Grandpa:Are you kidding? Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles… Grandson:Doesn’t sound too bad. I’ll try to stay awake.
Wesleyan Private Lessons Teacher Julie Ribchinsky explores sadness, joy, and the traditions of Yiddish music and Argentinian tango, connecting the suites of Johann Sebastian Bach and the 1991 work “Omaramor” by Osvaldo Golijov in her performance of works for solo cello.
Date: Sunday, Sept. 13 Time: 3-4:30 PM Place: Russell House, 350 High St. CFA link: here.
That’s a boring headline, but this year’s first showcase of student talent is The MASH, which brings 19 student bands, one faculty band, and one alumni band together to grace Wesleyan’s campus with their sweet tunes all afternoon this Friday.
UPDATE 9/11/15: The MASH is now INDOORS for the first time ever because this rain is the worst. The Olin stage is now in the first floor of Usdan. The CFA stage is now in Crowell Concert Hall. The North College stage is now in the ’92 Theater. The main stage on Foss is now also in Crowell. Can you mosh in Crowell?? Only time will tell. The post below is updated with how the schedule was at 3 a.m. this morning.
A couple weeks ago, I told you about what the music scene here is like. Tomorrow, you get to ~experience it,~ this time courtesy of the Center for the Arts. The fourth annual MASH is tomorrow, Sept. 11, from 2-7:30 p.m. 19 student bands, one faculty/admin band, and one very special alumni band are holding down the all-day festival this year. So now, instead of just roasting outside tomorrow afternoon, you can roast outside while listening to some cool music.
For the first three hours, there are three stages — one in front of Olin Memorial Library, one on the North College Lawn, and one in the CFA. For these three hours, you will have to choose where you want to go. After that’s done, everyone migrates to the main stage at the foot of Foss Hill, where Smokin’ Lillies, 5 Guys, Chef, and The Rooks close out the night.