From Rob Roth ’14:
The Wesleyan Spirits will be hosting Stanford University’s own, Fleet Street Singers tomorrow evening time, at 5 pm in the Olin Lobby. It’s gonna be bonkers!
Date: Thursday, March 28
Time: 5-6 p.m.
Place: Olin Lobby
From Daniel Nass ’13:
Come to BuHo on Thursday night to hear a pair of ear- and mind-bending electronic musicians!
Modular synth master Keith Fullerton Whitman is a Boston-based musician whose work encompasses generative rhythms, rich textures, and dense drones. Pitchfork’s Mark Richardson describes his recent output as “electronic music that, while drawing heavily from the past, also sounds like nothing else out there now.”
Time: 10 P.M.
Date: Thursday, March 28
Location: Buddhist House (356 Wash)
Don’t forget to pick up your tickets for the Wes Thinks Big event today (3/27) and tomorrow (3/28) at Usdan during lunch 11AM-1PM or dinner 6PM-8PM..
From Hannah Vogel ’13:
WESLEYAN THINKS BIG IS UPON US! Five of Wesleyan’s most exciting professors can’t wait to blow your minds with their favorite topics. Each professor gives a ten-minute lecture on an idea that keeps them up at night, inspiring us to think bigger and better than ever before. Reserved tickets will be available for pick-up at Usdan Wednesday lunch and dinner and Thursday at lunch and at the event. If you didn’t get a chance to get a ticket, please come to Memorial Chapel at 7:30PM; we’ve never had an issue with people getting in since MemChap seats 500. This event is open to the Middletown, alumni, and parent communities, so tell your moms/dads/friends/etc. to come along! ITS is helping us do a real, functional livestream so check out website for the embedded video during the event… fingers crossed.Official lineup:
Paula Matthusen: “Sounds in Remembered Spaces”Jeff Rider: “The Importance of Old Stories”Balu Balasubrahmaniyan: “‘Periyar’: E.V.Ramasamy and Social Activism in India”Jacob Bricca: “Cinema Verité and the Reality Infection”Vera Schwarz: “A Jewish Wanderer Listening for the Unsayable in China”With emcee Gil Skillman on the ones and twos
From Izzy Rode ’14:
Jane Stern is an award-winning food writer and co-founder of Roadfood.
She is also a fourth-generation tarot card reader and recently
published Confessions of a Tarot Reader: Practical Advice from this
Realm and Beyond. Come for an informal chat; ask her about writing,
tarot, or anything in between. Pizza will be served.
The event is sponsored by the Shapiro Center for Creative Writing and
Amy Bloom, Wesleyan’s Kim-Frank writer-in-residence.
See you Thursday!
As previously mentioned, Wesleyan’s student run cafe, Espwesso, is hiring and applications are due Thursday, March 28. Attached is the job description courtesy of Jasmine Masand ’15, barista extraordinaire. Click through to read the entirety of the application.
Job: Training/Barback Position at Espwesso
Shifts: One to Two 2 hr shifts per week this semester, One to two five hour shifts per week next year
Note: Only Work-Study students are eligible at this time
You know those guys who put up a new, student-produced, student-run show pretty much every single weekend of the year? Jenna Robins ’13 wants to bring you into that world of acclaim and admiration:
Have you ever wanted to be a part of the oldest student theater group in the country? Produce a whole lot of really great theater? Be young, friendly, and attractive? Have keys to the ’92?
Now’s your chance! Starting today, Second Stage is accepting applications to join our staff! Duties include meetings every Monday, setting up risers most Wednesdays, representing Second Stage at shows on weekends, and striking shows most Saturday nights.
Please contact Grace Herman Holland (gholland(at)wesleyan(dot)edu) or any member of Second Stage staff for an application or with questions. Applications are due Sunday March 31st at 11:59 pm. Contact information is available on our website.
Deadline: By Sunday, March 31st, 2013
Place: ’92 Theater/ Second Stage email inboxes