From the Wesleyan Doula Project:
The Trump administration has expressed opposition to the right of people with uteruses to reproductive healthcare, particularly the right and access to a safe and legal abortion.
Trump has already signed executive orders preventing global aid to go to those who discuss or provide abortion services. In light of current and potential rollbacks, the Wesleyan Doula Project is hosting a Reproductive Rights and Justice Advocacy Training. A group of panelists, from reproductive health non-profit leaders to healthcare providers, will talk about the threats of this new administration and what we can do as citizens to combat them. This will be an interactive panel so please come with any/all questions!
This will be in BECKHAM 202 (upstairs) from 7-9 PM on March 7th!
Date: Tuesday, March 7
Place: Beckham 202!
From WeSlam and a whole lot of other people:
“Call 9-1-1, tell them I’m having a fantatic time.”
Buddy Wakefield, educator and poet extraordinaire, is returning to Wesleyan for the first time in 7 years.
He will be leading a workshop at 5PM in Bogher 113, followed by this performance and a brief Q&A.
His performance will be opened by four student poets Dylan Moore ’20, Giorgia Sage ’18, Lexi Slater ’19, and Jack Warren ’20.
Click here for the Workshop event!
Brought to you by WeSlam, Queer/Trans Wes, Unlocked Magazine, and the Adelphic Educational Fund, with lots of help from and thanks to the SBC.
Submit to Unlocked Magazine, Wesleyan’s gender and sexuality publication: unlockedmag[at]gmail[dot]com
Date: Tuesday, March 7
Place: Music House
From the Center for Film Studies:
Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and the NRA examines how guns, and the billions of dollars made from them, affect the lives of everyday Americans. It exposes the ways powerful gun companies and the NRA are resisting responsible legislation for the sake of profit. Producer Tara Vajra ’10 will host a Q&A after the screening.
Date: Tomorrow – Tuesday, March 7th
Place: The Center for Film Studies
From Gabriel Borelli ’16:
Hey, seniors! Has the job panic set in yet? There’s an excellent opportunity right here at Wesleyan for any graduate interested in writing and invested in writers.
Do you have excellent editing and interpersonal skills? Are you interested in the fields of teaching or publishing/editing? Would you like to begin your post-graduate career with a prestigious fellowship? If so, apply to be a Ford Fellow in the Writing Programs for the 2017-2018 academic year!
In an administrative role, the Ford Fellow assists in running the university’s Writing Workshop and supporting the First Year Seminar program. The Fellow’s teaching responsibilities include helping to train the university’s student writing tutors, designing and leading the seminar for veteran tutors, developing workshops and tutoring services for first-year students and other campus communities, and serving as the university’s senior writing tutor. The Ford Fellow will be instrumental in designing and updating the web page of writing resources for the entire Wesleyan community.
The Fellowship also includes a generous stipend, and the Fellow has graduate student status and is eligible to take two courses.
Please email the following application materials to Professor Meg Weisberg, Interim Director of Academic Writing (mweisberg[at]wesleyan[dot]edu)
- A letter of interest explaining your academic experience and future plans
- A transcript
- A resume
- Two academic papers, preferably with grades and the instructors’ comments
- The names of two faculty members who can serve as references. Your references will be contacted if you are a finalist.
Applications are due MARCH 13, 2017 by 4:30 p.m. and interviews scheduled thereafter.
Deadline: Monday, March 13th at 4:30pm
More information here.