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48 Hour Magazine Project Begins NOW

You can stop holding your breath. The moment has arrived. The 48 Hour Magazine Project has commenced.

THE THEME: UNTOLD STORIES.

Submit any content in the spirit of this theme. We’d love to have something you’ve made already, but we’re most excited about having you create something right now. Art, photography, fiction, nonfiction, poetry, film — anything goes. Email your submissions to 48hourmag [at] gmail [dot] com(For visual art & photography submissions, please include a title and brief description of your work). Submissions are due at midnight!

To get your creative juices flowing, we’ve included a number of prompts below to help get you thinking along the right lines. Some are fairly simple and others are more involved. We encourage you to take risks: Go out and talk to people. These prompts are just jumping-off points. Deviate from them as you please.

Anything Goes Open Mic Night With WESU

WESU 88.1 FM is hosting an open mic night at The Buttonwood Tree every first Monday of the month, starting this Monday, October 3rd.

Some performers from Middletown’s favorite non-commercial radio station will bring their songs and poetry to the stage but anyone is welcome to sign up and perform.

  • Date: Monday, October 3
  • Time: Signups at 7:30 PM, performances begin at 8
  • Place: The Buttonwood Tree, 605 Main St.
  • Price: $3-5 donation suggested

Become a WESU DJ!

Interested in becoming a DJ at Wesleyan’s own radio station, WESU? Training begins this Sunday, October 2nd, at 5 PM in PAC 001.

To become a member of the WESU staff, you must complete a training program which consists of:

  • Five one-hour training sessions
  • Four hours of volunteer service
  • Four internships
  • A written and practical exam

Please note that missing two or more training sessions will disqualify you from joining the staff this season.

The training sessions will be held at the following times: