It’s Bar Night at Usdan. It’s BAR NIGHT at USDAN. A headline out of my dreams:
A full range of mocktails and sodas will be served with labeled ingredients.
We will provide a range of different activities such as Wii, trivia competition, water pong, darts, karaoke, pool, foosball, and other
games. Following the bar night theme, we will be serving fries, onion rings and chicken fingers.
While participating in this fun filled event, students can enjoy delicious drinks and great entertainment with friends, without
worrying about having a terrible hangover the next day. This will also be a scent and strobe-light free event.
Date: Friday, November 2 Time: 9:30pm-11:59pm Place: The Usdan Center Cost: Noneskies
1946. USA. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. With Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman. 101 min.
Grant’s suave secret agent recruits Bergman’s scandal-sheet party gal to hop a plane for
Rio and seduce the leader of a nefarious Nazi research ring. But as their own romance
ignites, can Cary and Ingrid keep their hands off of each other long enough to thwart the
villains? Innuendo and intrigue abound as sexual tension and psychological terror mount
in one of Hitchcock’s most elegantly suspenseful thrillers.
Ally “WAAAAAAA” Wang ’12 slaps me on Gchat to let me know about this pretty awesome talk that’s going on today. It features Susan Reverby, Marion Butler McLean Professor in the History of Ideas and Professor of Women’s and Gender studies (Wellesley College), and it’s about something that conspiracy theorists would just die for. The blurb is as follows:
In October 2010, President Obama apologized to the Guatemalan government for US-sponsored medical studies during the 1940s in which men and women were infected with syphilis. The Obama administration learned of the studies from historian Susan Reverby, who noticed the records of the vast postwar medical-infection program in a history archive. A remarkable cascade of events followed her revelation.
Like most things, I hope this gets a film adaptation. Starring Meryl Streep or Tilda Swinton as Reverby. With location filming at Wesleyan to stand in for Wellesley. BOOYA.
Date: Today! Time: 4:15-5.30 PM Place: Rm 112, Squash Courts Building, aka 41 Wyllys, aka “the old construction site”
The Student Budget Committee (SBC), in conjunction with the WSA Office, The Office of Student Activities and Leadership Development (SALD), the Concert Committee, and the WSA’s Community Outreach Committee (COCo), will be hosting a Student Group Financial Information Workshop from 5PM – 6PM on Wednesday (2/15) and Thursday (2/16) of this week.
On Wednesday, the workshop will be located in PAC 001, and on Thursday, the event will take place in PAC 004.
To better-inform student group leaders about the entire financial process at Wesleyan, there will be one or more representatives from each organization to provide a brief presentation. We will also be available to answer any questions you may have about creating and organizing a student group, applying for funding, drawing up contracts, reserving rooms and buildings, submitting reimbursement requests, and much more!
This is all about making the lives of student leaders easier. Come armed with questions, ideas, and a willingness to learn.
Did you know that more than 1.3 million children are homeless at some time each year?
Or that teens between the ages of 12 and 17 are at more risk of becoming homeless than adults?
The issue of homelessness among teens is as widespread as it is widely ignored. Join Ujamaa this month in raising awareness of teen homelessness in America, and more specifically in our own Connecticut: in the 2008-2009 school year, the National Center for Homeless Education reported 2,387 homeless youths in Connecticut.
Join us this WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15 from 5:00 – 6:00 PM in JUDD116 for a conversation about the issue of teen homelessness with Monica Brase, a teacher at Hartford’s Classical Magnet School who has worked extensively to raise awareness, and to facilitate support for students at her school who have faced homelessness at some point in their lives. (Her research, which you can read more about here, found that 13% of the school’s students have been homeless.)
What: Discussion on Teen Homelessness with Monica Brase
Come to Russell House this Wednesday to see author Daniyal Mueenuddin, 2012 Jacob Julien Visiting Writer.
Daniyal Mueenuddin‘s first story collection, In Other Rooms, Other Wonders, was 2010 winner of The Story Prize and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award. His stories have appeared inThe New Yorker, Granta, and other periodicals and in Best American Short Stories 2008 (selected by Salman Rushdie) and PEN/O. Henry Prize Stories 2010. A graduate of Yale Law School, he practiced law in New York for a number of years. He now lives on a farm in Pakistan’s southern Punjab.
Date: Wednesday, February 15th
Time: 8 p.m.
Place: Russell House, 350 High Street
A Q&A session with Daniyal Mueenuddin will take place at 4:15 PM on Wednesday, February 15th in the Shapiro Creative Writing Center Event Room (Allbritton 311).
* A book signing and reception will follow the reading. *
The Middletown Commission on the Arts (MCA) presents annually an Arts Advocacy Award to an individual or group who has significantly contributed to the city’s cultural and artistic enrichment and/or has shown extraordinary support and initiative for the arts.
This year, for the first time, the MCA is seeking public input on nominations for the award. We would like to see who you believe has made a positive cultural or artistic impact on the Middletown community. The nominee need not reside in Middletown but should be an individual or group that has made an outstanding impact on the arts in this city.
Please email suggestions to MCA Chair Lee Godburn at arts(at)middletownct(dot)gov no later than February 18, 2012, your nominations may or may not be anonymous but please identify the town you live in.