Want to kick ass on your finals? Studies show that babies who listen to classical music may be smarter, fatter, and more awesome than babies that don’t. Don’t you want to be one of those babies?
Take a break during reading week to come hear the Mixes sing in their final concert of the year! We’ve got a great assortment of music this semester, including, (just to give you a little taste) a Bosnian folk song, some jazz, vespers, and even a little James Taylor.
Date: Sunday, May 13
Time: 3 pm
Place: Memorial Chapel
From the always slender Simon Edmonds-Langham ’14:
Planning to live in Middletown over the summer? Then you should take a look at the beautiful building that houses the brothers of Psi Upsilon. Rent is $300/month.
Please e-mail sedmondslang(at)wesleyan(d0t)edu if interested.
From director Ariella Axelbank ’14:
[title of show]—taken from the space on the festival’s application form which asks for the [title of show]—follows Hunter and Jeff and their friends on their journey through the gauntlet of creative self-expression. In the span of 90 minutes they write and perform their show at the festival and learn lessons about themselves as people, friends and artists.
Andrew Hopen ’13
Paul McCallion ’15
Emma MacLean ’14
Emily Hunt ’13
Dylan Griffin ’12
Ariella Axelbank ’14
Date: Friday, April 13; Saturday, April 14
Time: 8 pm
Place: ’92 Theater
From Nat Leich ’12:
Come to the chapel at 9 pm tonight for an evening of original pop music played by a 13 person ensemble–part rock band, part chamber orchestra. The show will tell the story of the year as we experience it, and will include atmospheric lighting and sounds. We invite you to make the experience your own.
Date: Saturday, March 3
Time: 9 PM
Place: Memorial Chapel
From Claire Whitehouse ’13:
Second Stage, Wesleyan’s young, friendly, and attractive student theater organization, is now accepting applications for new members! If you want to become part of the group of people who make student theater happen on campus, fill out the below staff interest note and email it to szwickel(at)wesleyan(dot)edu by 11:59pm on March 25.
The minimum time and energy requirements for a staff member include attending meetings every Monday from 4:30pm until about 7:00pm, riser set up every Wednesday from 4:30pm to about 6pm, Saturday night strikes, representing staff at shows on weekend nights, and occasional weekend workdays. In addition, each staff member serves as General Advisor for at least one show per semester and may hold a position specific to a certain area of staff’s operations. If you have ANY questions, please feel free to call any staff member. Contact information is available on our website.
Link to application: Second Stage Staff Interest Note
Metis is the Wesleyan Undergraduate Journal of Classical Studies
We accept a diversity of work related to Classics that can be rendered in 2D for publication. This includes research papers for a class, pictures from a trip abroad, unique artwork, poetry, translations, and other creative work related to Classics! Send it in! Submission deadline is February 12, 2012.
Consider submitting your work from last spring or this past Fall, or, any work you’ve done here at Wesleyan related to Classics. We are looking for a wide variety of pieces, so if you are not sure if it is appropriate for the journal JUST SEND IT IN! And if you are interested in getting involved in the journal please reply to apeck(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Submit to: wesleyanmetis(at)gmail(dot)com.
Apply now to be in Wesleyan’s Psychology Honors Society! Pick up your application on the first floor of Judd outside the mailroom in the display case, or click on the link below to take you to the application. There is also a link on how to calculate your
The applications are due on Monday, February 13th. Please put your completed application in the application folder of the Psi Chi mailbox in the mailroom of Judd, 1st floor, Rm. 104, only from 9:00am – 5:00 PM.
Information on Psi Chi application requirements can be found here. Good luck!
Come audition for [title of show], this semester’s awesomest self-referential backstage musical!
[title of show] is a four-person, one-piano, one-act musical comedy about two guys – Jeff and Hunter – who decide to write a musical, but soon realize that their conversations about writing are much more interesting than their actual writing. Of course, they decide to write a musical about themselves writing a musical (about themselves writing a musical), and then star in it, along with their two friends – Susan and Heidi. Hilarity, harmony and numerous references to Broadway flops ensue…
More information here and here.
Come see the Mixolydians, Wesleyan’s oldest AND youngest student-run a cappella chamber choir, in their first AND final concert of the semester! It’ll be in English AND not in English! You’ll smile AND sigh, clap AND sit quietly (awesome!), and listen AND sing! Well, actually, that last one might be wrong. We’re probably just going to sing for you. Treat yourself to a break from the studying AND partying of reading “week” with some hardchoral jams.
When: tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 10 @ 1p.m.
Where: The Beautiful Memorial Chapel
Come see Waiting in Line sing humorous a cappella (redundant) today at 4:20 in Exley Lobby by Pi café! There will be munchies.
Time: 4:20 PM
Where: Exely Lobby
Facebook: Event Link