From Paulina Jones-Torregrosa ’15 and Codi Leitner ’13:
Do you like working with kids? Do you have a passion for teaching others? Are you fun, energetic, and consider yourself a leader? The Green Street Arts Center is looking for teachers for the Spring 2013 semester! We are particularly looking for someone who is interested in teaching dance or yoga, but all course proposals are welcome. This is a paid opportunity for work-study students. You would be responsible for working with 1st through 3rd graders from 4-5 pm. All it takes is an hour and a half a week! Please send your course proposals ASAP to Sandy Guze.
Where: Green Street Arts Center When: Next semester, once a week Contact:sguze(at)wesleyan(dot)edu Deadline: ASAP
Want to give your regards to Broadway? Second Stage is now accepting applications for our Spring 2013 season! Applications are due December 2nd at 11:59 pm – please email Grace Herman Holland at gholland(at)wesleyan(dot)edu – for a copy.
Questions? Contact any staff member; our contact information can be found on our website, 2ndstage.org.
Contact: gholland(at)wesleyan(dot)edu Deadline: December 2, 11:59
1998. USA. Dir: Terry Gilliam. With Johnny Depp, Benicio Del Toro. 119 min.
Visionary eccentric Gilliam crafts a hallucinogenic whirlwind of a movie from Hunter S. Thompson’s tale of gonzo reporting. A journalist, his lawyer, and a whole lot of drugs take a road-trip that somehow careens into a demented voyage through “bat country” and the mad excesses of American ideals.
Part of the continuing Adaptation Series co-sponsored by Friends of the Wesleyan Library. Pre-film intro by Marc Longenecker, Film Studies.
Andrea Ballanti invites you to a free screening of Benvenuti al Sud, a formidable Italian comedy.
Haven’t mastered Italian? No worries–there will be English subtitles:
Alberto Colombo (Claudio Bisio), a civil servant of the Italian Postal Service, has been passed up for promotion to a coveted position in Milan. Following a comical yet ill-fated attempt to secure another such opening, he is assigned to two years postal purgatory in Italy’s southern region. Alberto’s wife Silvia chooses to remain in the civilized north while Alberto is subjected to his penance.
“When a stranger comes to the South he cries twice: when he arrives and when he leaves.”
Izzy Rode ’14 wants you to question… question justice, that is:
Following up on the conversation Greg Goldberg facilitated on the
subject of “Marriage and Queers” a few weeks ago, QueerWes presents an
open, informal conversation on the subject of “Justice for Queers”.
Margot Weiss will be joining us to facilitate. Bring thoughts,
enthusiasm, and/or questions!
Dinner will be served.
Date: Wednesday, November 28th Time: 6-8pm Place: Open House (154 Church) or The Bayit (157 Church) if we exceed capacity Cost: zero Meal: Dinner. For you.
TheUniversity Organizing Center Committee writes in:
Do you like cookies? Do you want coffee around 9pm? Do you like to hang out with your friends?
Come to the UOC late night tonight! The University Organizing Center, aka the UOC, is located between Beta and Eclectic at 190 High Street. If you have never been here before now is as good a time as ever to come check it out! There are couches, a kitchen, a library, meeting rooms, tables, bookshelves, inspirational posters, music, and tonight….free COOKIES and YOUR FRIENDS! Bring your friends along, and come hang out while supplies last.
Hope to see you there!
Date: Tuesday, November 13 Time: 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm Place: The UOC, 190 High Street Cost: Free