From Erinn Roos-Brown:
Have you ever wondered “who are those people behind the puppets and can I do it too?” Then this is your chance! Come to a free workshop with the puppeteers from “Who’s Hungry?” (a CFA Theater production). Get up close and personal with these performers and learn about how they turned oral histories about food insecurity into theatrical performance.
Open to all, no puppetry or theater experience required.
Two workshop sessions available: Monday 9/30 from 7-10pm and Tuesday 10/1 from 2:30-4:30pm.
Date: Monday, Sept 30 and Tuesday, Oct 1
Time: 7-10 p.m. (Monday) and 2:30-4:30 p.m. (Tuesday)
Place: Zilkha Classroom 106
Submitted by Christian Hosam ’15:
International Freshman? Still adjusting to a new environment? Want some new friends?
Not an international freshman? Still want some new friends?
Come to International House today!!! We’ll be hosting a reception for new International students to come and meet the residents of International House.
This will also be an opportunity for the WesSib Program mentees to meet their mentors as well!
*Light Refreshments will be served*
Date: Sunday, September 29
Time: 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Place: International House (151 Church St.)
The one and only Eliza Kingsley-Ma ’15 writes in:
Come celebrate Fall in the OUTHOUSE BACKYARD!
Funtivities will include: Worm Wrestling, Slackline, Donuts on a string, Rock Painting, Dream-Catcher Making, and an awesome Ball Tent (imagine Chuckie Cheeze meets camping).
Musical Performances by: Cinderblock, Alma, Slavei, and the Out and Abouts! Food and drank: there will be Apple Cider, Veggie Chili, Seasoned Popcorn, and Apple Crisp.
Time: 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Where: Outhouse backyard – 132 High St.
From Lisa Lee ’13:
This Sunday Deloitte Consulting will be hosting an information session for Wesleyan students who are interested in joining Deloitte as a Business Analyst after graduation.
The Business Analyst (BA) program provides the opportunity to work with Deloitte teams to help implement new processes and develop strategic solutions for clients across all industries and service lines. Given this line of work, strong candidates should be top academic performers with solid analytical skills.
Throughout the program, Business Analysts will also develop consulting skills and capabilities by collaborating with peers and senior practitioners on a day-to-day basis. As such, top candidates should also possess strong interpersonal skills and demonstrate leadership qualities and a strong work ethic.
The event will feature Deloitte professionals, many who are also Wesleyan alumni, with pizza and a meet and greet afterwards.
Note: Last day for resume drops is 11:59PM on October 8th.
Date: Sunday, September 29
Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Place: Wesleyan Career Center
Courtesy of Chelsie Green ’14, whose name and class year rhyme in a very satisfying manner:
He released his debut mixtape, The Wayfarer, last month and has received good press from media such as Spin and The Fader. Download it for some laid-back rap. Hopefully we’ll see some D’Angelo-ing up in here, and at the very least, dancing.
This Tokyo-raised ginger will most likely be getting all emotional, deeply feeling every sound he shares with us. Italian Vogue actually used his song “Tokyo Nostalgic” in a video, which is pretty incredible.
You can count on some trap-ish instrumentals that cause your mind to wander off somewhere. She’s not afraid to move her body for you as she gifts you with her music, so please give her the same respect. Thank you.
Date: Saturday, September 28
Time: 11:00 PM – 2:00 AM
Courtesy of Lynna Zhong ’15:
Join Wesleyan’s women and women of color community for some dancing, chatting, music, and of course, fabulous cupcakes and delicious mocktails.
DRESS TO IMPRESS!!
It’s that time to pull out that dress you’ve been saving to wear and show off those HOT new shoes you just bought.
Sponsored by Women of Color Collective, Women of Color House, and Womanist House.
Date: Saturday, September 28
Time: 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Place: Women of Color House – 227 Pine Street
1950. Japan. Dir: Akira Kurosawa. With Toshiro? Mifune, Machiko Kyo?. 88 min.
When the brutal murder of a samurai comes to trial, three contradictory accounts are brought to light: as told by a notorious bandit, the victim’s mourning wife, and (channeled via medium) the victim himself. Michael Pogorzelski, director of the Academy Film Archive, will discuss the restoration of this important film.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. Free.
From Hannah Rimm ’15:
Laci Green, of the popular YouTube show SEX+, is coming to Wesleyan this Friday, September 27th! Come talk about relationships and sex positivity!
This workshop will kick off pride month so it will have a queer focus,but the event is open to everybody! The PHAs will be running a discussion afterwards as well as providing plenty of free condoms and dental dams!
Check out Laci on YouTube.
Date: Friday, September 27
Time: 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Place: Tishler Hall (Exley 150)
Event Link: Here!
From Marjorie Hunt ’15:
Speak Russian? Interested in Russian culture, history, or current events? Want to try some Russian cuisine? Stop by Russian House on Friday afternoon for tea, home-baked Russian cookies and great conversation!
Feel free to come by and practice your Russian if you speak Russian, or stop over and speak in English if you don’t!
Russian House is on High Street, between Earth House and Shapiro Writing Center, directly across the street from Weswings.
Date: September 27th
Time: 4:30PM to 5:30PM
Place: Russian House (163 High Street)
Cost: 0 rubles
Link: Click this.
2012. Germany. Dir: Margarethe von Trotta. With Barbara Sukowa. 113 min.
A first-class biopic chronicles the influential political theorist’s coverage of the 1961 Adolf Eichmann trial and her bold assertion of “the banality of evil.” Yet the film itself is far from banal (and not just for CHUM/PHIL majors); it foregrounds Arendt’s inspiring passion, intelligence, and willingness to court controversy. Introduced by Leo Lensing (Professor of German and Film Studies); followed by a Q&A with Pam Katz P’16, the film’s co-screenwriter.
Tonight. 8pm. Goldsmith Family Cinema. FREE!