Category Archives: Events

Farm Forum Interest Meeting

mung beanFrom Mariel Hohmann ’18 and Lil Saul ’19 comes this invitation to get down and dirty… for credit!

Farm forum is a discussion based class focusing on different methods of farming throughout the world, including here at Wesleyan. Every week, for one class we will read perspectives on farming, and for another class session we will work at Long Lane Farm, the student farm here on campus.

There will be snacks and laughter :)

Date: Thursday, September 8
Time: 7-8PM
Place: Boger 110

Shapiro Center Open House

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Zenzele Price ’18 writes in:

Hey, frosh! Head over to the Shapiro Center for Creative Writing on Thursday to learn more about Wesleyan’s creative writing hub! The Shapiro Center offers readings, classes with professional writers, workshops with peers, and an open space for student events. It’s also a 24 hour study space with an endless supply of free coffee and animal crackers.
Refreshments will be available.
Date: Thursday, September 8th
Time: 6-8PM
Place: Shapiro Center (167 High St)

Audition for Murder on the Beantown Express

auditionHugo Kessler ’19 wants you to audition for a really cool show:

Murder. It’s a funny old thing. And that’s why we’re doing a comedic murder mystery. This Second Stage production will be super fun and exciting and we’re looking for some terrific people to bring these characters to life!

At 11:22 AM on Novembers the third, fourth, and fifth (hint, we’re going up on those dates) a young and crappy filmmaker, Jackie Parks, is murdered on an Amtrak train traveling from New York to Boston. No one knows why. No one knows how. All we do know is that her documentary about the election will remain unfinished for all eternity. What a shame. Luckily, there’s a clever(ish) detective who just happens to witness the murder. Unfortunately, the six other witnesses happen to be petulant, whiny adults.

Auditions will be held in the East Room of the Theatre Dept. Studios on:

Wednesday, September 7th: 5 PM – 8 PM.
Thursday, September 8th: 6 PM – 9 PM.

Come audition! Just sign up here.  Be prepared to tell us something fun (a story, a joke, etc.) and to read some sides from the show (no monologue!) Any questions? Feel free to contact us!
Hugo Kessler ’19 (Director) at hkessler[at]wesleyan[dot]edu or Kira Newmark ’19 (Stage Manager) at knewmark[at]wesleyan[dot]edu

Date: Wednesday, September 7; Thursday, September 8
Time: 5-8PM (Wednesday); 6-9PM (Thursday)
Place: East Room in Theater Department Studios
Cost: “Free! (Murder is subsidized by Second Stage)”

Let’s Get Ready Info Session

mutiple choice SAT

mutiple choice SAT

From Jenna Shapiro ’17:

Did you love the SAT? Probably not. Are you excited to get back to Wes? We’re guessing so! Want to help local high school students prepare for the SAT and Common App so that they can get into a college they love too???

Apply to be a coach–a tutor, mentor, role model– with Let’s Get Ready!, a non-profit organization that provides free SAT preparation and college admissions counseling to low-income Middletown-area high school students. We work with students on SAT prep, college applications, and financial aid.

YOU CAN EARN 0.5 CLASS CREDITS FOR BEING A COACH!!

If you want to learn more about LGR, join us in PAC 001 on THURSDAY at 4:30 for an info session where will answer all your questions and provide snacks!

Date: Thursday, September 8
Time: 4:30-5:30PM
Place: PAC001

Patricelli Fellowship Info Sessions

Patricelli Center Fellowship ad 2Current Civic Engagement Fellow, Rebecca Jacobsen ’16 writes in:

The Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship is unveiling a new, 1-credit fellowship program.

This project-based fellowship is designed to incubate a small cohort of innovative students from across majors. Fellows do not need to come in with a project in mind; those will develop over the course of the year. To read more, visit bit.ly/patricelli

Students who are interested may submit a statement of interest (in any medium) to Makaela Kingsley at mjkingsley[at]wesleyan[dot]edu by September 9th (first Friday of classes). There is no competitive selection process; the fellows will be a self-selected group of students who are deeply committed.

There will be three info sessions during the first week of classes: Tuesday (9/6), Wednesday (9/7), and Thursday (9/8) from 12:30-1:15 pm in the PCSE Board Room (Allbritton 022). All are welcome to attend and learn more.

Date: Tuesday, September 6; Wednesday, September 7; Thursday, September 8
Time: 12:30-1:15PM
Place: Allbritton 022