From Lex Spirtes ’17:
Do you feel weird about The Vagina Monolgues? Do you love the Vagina Monolgues and want to continue the conversations they start? Shmagina Dialogues is a place to hear other students talk about their experiences of gender, sex, and sexuality through a range of different performances and to engage in an ongoing conversation. Come join us! No tickets required.
Date: Thursday, Friday, Saturday; February 18-20th
Place: Westco Cafe
From Ilana Newman ’18:
EASY WES (Eating Allergy Safe and Yummy) is excited to host its first
EASY dinner of the semester!
EASY is dedicated to supporting students with any type of eating
restriction. Our members have celiac disease (mandatory gluten-free
diet), as well as allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities to foods
ranging from the big eight to more uncommon items, such as artificial
colors and onions. We come together to cook EASY meals every week. At
these meals, students can relax and connect with other students,
knowing that their food will be completely allergen safe.
Let us know ASAP if you would like to come and what dietary
restrictions you have so we can accommodate you!
We’d love to see you all there!
Date: Thursday, February 18
Place: 200 College Street
WesAGE and Hunger and Homelessness are teaming up to put on a film screening of “Caring for Mom and Dad,” a moving documentary to spark a discussion surrounding economic, financial, and social issues inherent in caring for the elderly. There will be Thai food for dinner, so please feel free to stop by for dinner, a film screening, and discussion on Wednesday, February 17th at 6PM in PAC 002. We hope to see you there!
Date: Wednesday, February 17
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Place: PAC 002