Private lessons teacher Stan Scott will be joined by a group of extraordinary musicians in a program of driving reels, lilting jigs, stately waltzes, and old and new songs of emigrants, soldiers, mystics, lovers, and laborers. Mr. Scott’s songs and instrumental compositions for guitar, mandolin, and banjo draw on rhythmic and melodic ideas he has gathered in four decades of travel and study in Europe, America, and South Asia.
Date: Sunday, February 21 Time: 3-4 PM Place: Russell House
Can’t feel love, hope, and rest? Constantly looking for and chasing something? What’s the point of doing all these things? Why am I here? How can I start loving other people? THIS NIGHT IS FOR YOU. Wesleyan Christian Fellowship Presents:
“ENCOUNTER+ CHRIST FOR ALL”
led by Citychurch Worship Band
Real Talk with Real People and Real Food (~Private Catering Service~*) will follow after the worship. Stick around!
Date: Friday, February 19 Time: 7 PM Place: Daniel Family Commons (Usdan 3rd Floor)
From Lauren Burke ’16, otherwise known as Lizard The Wizard:
ESQUE :: wtf is it???
Honestly, we don’t know. But we’re doing a show and we need YOU.
Last Spring, ESQUE took the form of a queer(ed) burlESQUE about desire and difference. This April, we’re doing it all again!
As a show/group/organization ESQUE is all about creating space on this campus for marginalized voices. We’re open to work in any form–poetry, visual art displays, performance art of all kinds, singing, dancing, short film, making strange noises on stage, head-shaving, sex ed demos and more! This is an explicitly political space for work you might not see room for anywhere else.
Want in as a performer or artist or production person!?! Fill out The Big ESQUE Form (link below!!!) by February 26th. Tell us what you want to do and we’ll help you make it happen.
Questions? Email Rémy Hatfield-Gardner (rhatfieldgar[at]wesleyan[dot]edu), José Luis Sánchez (jlsanchez[at]wesleyan[dot]edu), or Sarah
2015. USA. Dir: Ryan Coogler. With Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone. 133 min.
The Rocky-verse comes full circle when the son of the Italian Stallion’s greatest rival returns to Philly intent on learning from the aged Balboa. Coogler (Fruitvale Station) pulls the heavy-hitting series out of retirement for a seventh bout fit for old fans and newcomers alike.