From Wesleyan Women in Film:
Are you excited for a night of glitz, glamour, free movie candy, lights, red carpet fun, and to see your classmates on the big screen?
The top 16 films from Campus Movie Fest will be showcased, and the top 4 films will move on to CMF Hollywood in July 2015 to compete against schools across the country for $150,000 in cash, prizes, and professional gigs!
There will also be awesome door prizes anyone can win, including a Western Digital My Passport portable hard drive, a Google ChromeCast, Fandango gift cards, and MORE!
From Kate Cullen ’16:
Voting is now open until 11:59pm Friday for WSA General Assembly Members and 2015 Constitutional Changes!
To learn more about the Constitutional Changes Kate Cullen ’16 and Aidan Martinez ’17 proposed with help of various student group leaders, friends and current WSA members, click here.
The above graphic would be the new structure of the WSA if you, the students, vote to pass these changes!
Deadline: Friday, May 1st @ 11:59PM
From Talia Kaplan ’18 and Matt Wallock ’18:
Are you interested in organizing around Hillary for America? Get involved with Wes for Hillary!
We’ll be coordinating policy/platform discussions, voter registration, Connecticut primary registration, presidential election mobilization, and more!
Contact us at wesforhillary[at]gmail[dot]com
Date: TODAY, April 27th – Thursday April 30th
From Becca Seidel’15 & Danielle Pruitt ’15:
Ideas never stop brewing under Wesleyan’s surface. In carrels, on stages, and around the world,students are constantly creating new things and re-conceptualizing the world. But rarely as students do we get the opportunity to showcase the journeys we take to get to these moments of creativity and clarity.
Think Out Loud is a platform for students to showcase projects they are passionate about or ideas they are pursuing. For one hour on Friday, April 24th @ the DFC seven Wesleyan students will take the stage. Think TED Talks, but more interactive. Check out the line up after the jump. Light reception to follow the show!
From Sonia Max ’17:
This panel is sponsored by MINDS, Active Minds, 8 to-8 and WESupport. These student groups will each speak briefly about their mission and
what they do on campus. The main portion of the event will feature six students speaking about
their experiences of living with mental illness. Topics covered include disordered eating, anxiety, depression and manic depression.
Following the panel we will have period of Q&A and discussion. There will be light refreshments!
Date: Friday, April 24th
Time: 3:30PM – 5:00PM
Place: Albritton 311
From Wesleyan Women in Film:
Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival, is returning to Wesleyan University for the 2ND YEAR IN A ROW! Sign up @ Usdan TODAY, April 20th between 11-3pm!
We’re giving you everything you need to make your own 5-minute short
film in 7 days, including:
– Apple Macbook Pro loaded with Adobe Creative Cloud
– Panasonic HD camera
– Western Digital My Passport portable hard drive
– Training & technical support
– 1000+ royalty-free songs
All. For. FREE!
From Ron Shalom:
Kalan Sherrard is an anarcho-nihilist literary theory guerrilla street puppeteer.
Colin composes and choreographs music, performance, and environments for expanding consciousness, troubling binaries and boundaries of perception and communication. Working with communities across disciplines and practices, Colin utilizes voice, bodies, and computers to interface with biological and technological software.
Art/Music House 8pm FREE. Hosted by the Experimental Music Group
Date: Today, April 20th
Time: 8:00pm – 10:00pm
Place: Art/Music House
Ari Rudess ’15 needs your help:
The team behind A Midsummer Night’s Dream is looking for student-makeup artists and hair stylists who are interested in working at a photo shoot for our publicity campaign. This will be a very small time commitment, and an extremely fun opportunity! If you’re interested or have any questions, shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
Deadline: Wednesday, April 8th @ 10PM
Place: Russell House Garden
From Devon Hopkins ’11:
Don’t think you have the skills to work in the tech industry? Think again. From a dance and psychology major at Wesleyan to a Director of Marketing at a 200-person software company, presenter Devon Hopkins will share how to use your liberal arts background to land a job at a tech company.
*Learn resume best practices for technology companies
*Learn about the different employment opportunities for small to mid-size technology companies
(including Devon’s current company, NGP VAN)
*Get your questions answered by an actual tech company hiring manager
Devon Hopkins ’11 is the Director of Inbound Marketing for NGP VAN, the leading provider of technology to political and progressive campaigns. He runs the marketing team for EveryAction, the company’s software platform for nonprofit fundraising, email, and advocacy.
Date: Wednesday, February 18th
Time: 5:00PM – 6:00PM