Miriam Kudler-Flam ’15 wants all y’all to dance:
Come out to SingSongShoutJumpDancePrance KIRTAN!!
Every Wednesday. Come come come!
Extra extra! Some pre-kirtan wild and wonderful dance and movement at
Date: Every Wednesday starting Feb. 5th
Place: BuHo (356 Washington St) Meditation room
Lily Myers ’15 and Kate Weiner ’15 want you to bring your inner poet/singer/cookie monster to 200 Church this Tuesday!
Come share your creative work — writing, music, art, anything — at 200 Church. Cookies will be provided (probably). Absolutely no experience is required.
This is a great chance to show off anything from that song you’ve been composing in the shower or that short story you’ve been writing on the back of Usdan napkins in a relaxed, non-competitive environment with current and soon-to-be-your friends.
Sign up by being at 200 Church at seven and asking one of the hosts to put you down to perform. Late signups are accepted throughout the open mic.
When: Tuesday, Feb. 5th
Time: 7 PM
Place: 200 Church
Why: Cookies, performances, and people.
Bring: Yourself and everyone you know.
From Leah Koenig ’13:
If you’ve lost someone and would like a safe space to talk or just sit, come meet with us. We’ve got chocolate.
For more information (or if you would like to attend but can’t make it on Tuesdays) email lkoenig(at)wes or hvogel(at)wes.
Date: Every Tuesday
Place: Davison Health Center Solarium (second floor)
Courtesy of Matt Donahue ’14, here’s some info on how you can get involved with the search for the new Career Center Director, which begins today at 7:00 PM.
Date: Tuesday, February 5
Time: 7:00 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 112
Submission courtesy of Charlie Smith ’15:
Come join WSFS for a discussion on the process by which social norms are created as “the result of human actions, not of human design.” Along with conversation on the function of social norms, the means by which they are challenged, and government policies such as the separation of church and state.
Date: Today, Monday, February 5
Time: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 111
Becca Wilton ’15 wants to make sure you don’t pull a “Groundhog Day” with this survey, but would very much like to hear your opinion:
DO NOT TAKE THIS SURVEY MORE THAN ONCE.
This survey is part of WesFRESH’s ongoing food activism work on campus. Its intention is to give us an understanding of what kind of changes students would like to see in their dining experience so that we can tailor our work to you!
Follow this link to our live form.
Last spring, Wesleyan signed the Real Food Campus Commitment, pledging to improve campus dining and spend at least 20 percent of Wesleyan’s dining budget on “Real Food” by 2020. “Real Food” is defined by the Real Food Challenge as food in one or more of the following categories: local/community-based; ecologically sound; fair for workers; humane for animals.
If you would like to get involved, we’d love to have you! Shoot us an e-mail.
Deadline: February 6th
From Izzy Rode ’14:
The Shapiro Center for Creative Writing is happy to announce it will
be holding game nights on Tuesdays. Come join us for snacks, prizes,
and a jolly time!
When: February 5th, Tuesday, 8pm
Where: Shapiro Center for Creative Writing, 167 High
Facebook Link: Apples to Apples, Bananagrams, and Taboo, oh my!
Nathan Shane ’13 wants to pick your brain about music:
If you have learned classical music at some point in your life, or you are learning it now, then please take this survey! By conducting this survey, I hope to gather information for my undergraduate thesis, the topic of which is improvisation in classical music education. I will ask you questions about your music education, music in your life today, and your thoughts on improvisation. If you have 30 minutes, I would appreciate your participation a lot!
Here’s the link to the survey.
Deadline: February 28