Category Archives: Events

Birthday Party at the Van Vleck Observatory

Van Vlack Party

From Michaela Fisher ’17:

Interested in astronomy and/or the histories of astronomy and education? Want to party in the Van Vleck Observatory? As part of a series of events celebrating the observatory’s centennial, we are honoring the 143rd birthday of Frederick Slocum, Van Vleck’s first director, this Saturday, February 6th at 7 p.m..

Along with snacks and refreshments, Research Associate Professor of Astronomy Roy Kilgard and Professor of History Amrys Williams will be recreating a 1916-­era public astronomy lecture in period attire using original lantern slides and projector from the observatory’s collections. A Q&A session will follow the lecture, and if the conditions permit, the newly restored 20” refracting telescope will be open for observing!

Date: Saturday, February 6
Time: 7-9PM
Place: The Van-Vleck Observatory

Local Co-op Survey

co-opFrom the queen of cheese, Eva Steinberg ’17, comes an announcement:

it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for…the local co-op survey is here!!
please only fill the form out once per person/group
email any questions to wesleyanlocalcoop[at]gmail[dot]com
SURVEY DUE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7TH AT 6PM

NFS’s Movie Screening: The Devil’s Miner

The_Devils_Miner_PosterFrom Angela Chung ’18 and Proud Sirichantaropart:

Directed by Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani, The Devil’s Miner tells the story of 14-year-old Basillio who worships the devil for protection while working in a Bolivian silver mine to support his family.

Facebook event: facebook[.]com/events/434975780024563/

Our club site: wesnotforsale[.]weebly[.]com

Date: Saturday, February 6
Time: 4:00pm-6:00pm
Place: PAC 421

Film Series: Mean Girls

2004. USA. Dir: Mark Waters. With Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams. 97 min.

 

A naïve teen must navigate high school cliques, crushes, and the draconian rules of Girl World after a lifetime of home schooling abruptly comes to an end. An immensely quotable script by Tina Fey and a hilarious supporting cast make for one of the most essential teen movies in recent memory – it’s so fetch.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5