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Star & Crescent Menu


chicken or vegetable (vegan) Thai curry, jasmine rice, seasonal vegetable, bananas in coconut milk
house salad, lasagna with meat sauce (beef) or vegetarian, seasonal vegetable, fresh baked bread, brownies

shrimp or tofu Creole (vegan), seasonal vegetable, rice, beer cake
house salad, chicken or tofu (vegan) mole (mole is a complex Mexican sauce that is spicy, sweet and rich) or STEAK, Mexican chocolate streusel cake

Omar’s lamb with couscous or vegetarian version (vegan), Swiss chard tagine, semolina cookies
house salad, French farmhouse chicken or tofu with tangy garlic and wine sauce or TUNA STEAK, mashed potatoes, seasonal vegetabe, apple charlotte

The Beast With Two Backs

  • adapted from Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
  • directed by Nina Macintosh ’08 and Z Behl ’07
“Oh thou monster ignorance, how deformed dost thou look!”

– William Shakespeare

Dates: Friday, April 27th and Saturday, April 28th
Times: 8pm and 10pm
Location: ’92 Theater

*Tickets are FREE and can be picked up at the box office on the day of the show or at the door*

Bottle Up And Go/Babewatch/The Fusty Nuts

Before heading out to the bar, go to Psi U and check out

Bottle Up and Go
The Fusty Nuts

This show is celebrating the re-opening of the Psi U basement, which has laid dormant since the fire of 1971.

Date: Wednesday, April 25th
Time: 9:00pm-11:00pm
Location: Psi U basement (use the College Street entrance)

Is Advertising Dead?

Darren Kapelus ’87, and Senior Partner and Executive Group Director of the advertising agency, Ogilvy and Mather, Worldwide, will come to campus Wednesday, April 25th to address the issue “Is Advertising Dead?”

In this enlightening conversation, Mr. Kapelus, whose world renowned agency has addressed issues of self esteem and beauty stereotypes with the Dove “Campaign for Real Beauty,” will discuss how the advertising industry is shifting from talking at to listening to consumers.

“Is Advertising Dead?” will be a great event for students interested in careers in marketing, branding and advertising, as well as students who have an interest in how the “traditional” advertising industry is being forced to re-invent itself.

To reserve your seat in PAC 001 for this lecture, go to to the MyCRC calendar on April 25th and click on the Sign-up button.

Date: Wednesday, April 25th

Delicious Movement

Eiko Otake, an artist in residence, will lead a glorious afternoon tomorrow.

“This workshop is designed for anyone who loves to move or who wants to move with delicious feelings. The workshop employs images, and Eiko’s own floor movement vocabulary, which emphasizes the transformative quality of time/space. No experience necessary. Please bring clothes you can move and dress in layers.”

Space is limited, so show up early!

Date: Tuesday, April 24th
Time: 4:30-6:00pm
Location: Westco Lounge

Short Movie: Fish For Dinner

Andrei Bowden Schwartz ’09 has created a short film about a husband who conceals a crime from his wife, which triggers the development of a ghostly guilt complex.

Starring Ed Quish ’09, Shayna Keller ’09, and Will Runge ’09.

Cool shots. Catchy music. ’09ers. HIT THIS.

Events in Middletown: FREE THURSDAYS @ Oliver Campbell’s


Nondeskript (rush/incentive, BMC, MA) (Dancehall, Roots Reggae, Jungle)
Gruff (beatdown productions, MA)
DJ Nevamore (Headspinn, MA)


to enter
$5 pitchers

@ Oliver Campbell’s
386 Main Street
Middletown, CT
(Use the Washington Street entrance.)

1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month

Dead Language/The Fusty Nuts/BNNK Concert

AEF Music Series brings you:

The Art Department
The Fusty Nuts
Dead Language

Rock out to some sweet HARDCORE, PUNK, METAL and ROCK music on this night of mayhem. Let it out, man…let it out.

Friday, April 6th
Time: 10pm-2am
Location: Alpha Delt