Author Archives: awei

Farmer’s Market Meeting

From Zia Grossman-Vendrillo’15 :

Hey there! Like food? Like it local/sustainable/fresh/tasty? Wanna hang with other people who feel the same way? Then join us for the first Farmer’s Market club meeting of the semester next Monday at the lovely Sophie Duncan’s house on 265 Pine! We will discuss our plans for the semester and eat snacks.

Date: Monday, March 4
Time: 8:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Place: 265 Pine
Cost: Free

Hanukkah Celebration with Rabbi David

Want to celebrate Hanukkah or enjoy music? From Sydney Lewis ’14:

Come light candles and sing songs to celebrate Hanukkah with Rabbi David and the Wesleyan Jewish community!

Date: December 9, 2012
Time: 5 pm-6 pm
Place: Olin Lobby

FASA Late Night (Asian Street Food Late Night)

From a member of FASA (Freeman Asian Students Association):

Can’t get enough of Korean Late Night? Fear not, FASA LATE NIGHT is coming up on 11 Nov at Woodhead Lounge! We will be featuring lots of delicious food from various Asian countries at affordable prices. So, please turn up with cash to enjoy these awesome food delicately prepared with our hearts!

Main Dish:
Okonomiyaki (Japan) Japanese Pancake *VEGETARIAN
Tom Yum Ramen (Thailand)
Bánh mì (Vietnam) Vietnamese Sandwich *VEGETARIAN or Non-VEGETARIAN

Egg Tarts

New CSPL (Center for the Study of Public Life) Courses for Next Semester

Still looking for that perfect class? CSPL, the acronym that brought you Dar Williams, is happy to announce the addition of four classes for next semester:

CSPL 201: Foundations of Civic Engagement (Prof. Donald Moon)

CSPL 220: Photography and Social Movements (Prof. Andrew Szegedy-Maszak)

CSPL 340: Entrepreneurs and Innovations in Public Education, From a “Nation at Risk” to “Race to the Top” (Jonathan Gyurko and Deborah Meier)

CSPL 350: All The News That’s Fit to Post: Issues for Content Creators in the New Global News World (Stephen Fuzesi)

For details, go to the CSPL link under “Interdisciplinary Programs” in Wesmaps, or contact the instructor for more information.

Happy Wesmapping!

Banh Mi and a Movie Screening of “The Scent of Green Papaya”

Want to enjoy free movie and delicious sandwiches?

Come enjoy delicious Vietnamese Sandwiches and the award-winning film, “The Scent of Green Papaya,” which follows the love story of a servant in the 1950s. Hosted by the Vietnamese Student Association and Professor Stéphanie Ponsavady of the Romance Languages and Literatures Department.

Date: October 29, 2012
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 pm
Place: Exley 150 (Tishler Hall)
Cost: Free

Navaratri Festival Concert Postponed Until November 2

A note from the CFA:

Due to illness, tonight’s Navaratri Festival concert, “B. Balasubrahmaniyan: Vocal Music of South India”, has been postponed until Friday, November 2 at 8pm in Crowell Concert Hall. The Wesleyan University Box Office is contacting all ticket holders; tickets for tonight’s concert will be honored at the rescheduled concert. Patrons may also exchange their tickets for one of the other Navaratri Festival events this weekend in Crowell Concert Hall: the concert by T.V. Sankaranarayanan (Saturday, October 20 at 7pm) or the dance performance by Rama Vaidyanathan (Sunday, October 21 at 3pm).

Rescheduled date: November 2, 2012
Time: 8 pm
Place: Crowell Concert Hall

French Lunch Table

Want to practice your French and learn more about French culture? Check out the French Lunch Table at Usdan on Wednesday!

Description : Parlez-vous français ? Alors, come join us at the French Table !

Date: Every Wednesday
Time: 12 – 1.30 PM
Place: Usdan 2nd floor – Right wing
Cost: Free

Korean Students Association Late Night

Want to devour delicious food when cramming for midterms this weekend? Here’s a message from Ginger Lau ’13:

Tired of the same old Usdan late night? Too lazy to walk all the way from Exley to Usdan? Korean Students Association invite you to come out to woodhead lounge for Korean Late Night!

Here is the menu:

Kimbap – 2/$3
Dumplings (veg and meat) – 3/$1
Ramen – $2
Hobbang – 2/$3
Yakult – 2/$1

Date: Sunday, September 30
Time: 10 pm to 12 am
Place: Woodhead Lounge