Wesleying sources have revealed that the long-heralded College of the Environment is likely to be officially unveiled this weekend, amidst 50th anniversary celebrations for the College of Social Studies and the College of Letters. Just how similar the COE will be to the notorious work-intensive CSS and COL remains to be seen.
Environmentallly-minded frosh and pre-frosh, rejoice.
This Wednesday, join Buru Style for a record release party and a night of instrumental mayhem. There will be a bunch of new tunes and lots of old classics–funk, reggae, and dub…and in honor of Halloween, there will be more HORROR DUB than you can shake a plastic sword at.
Free to enter, 21+ to drink!
Stream the album here.
[via the NYT]
If you’re going home to New York this weekend, or if you’re looking for a way to get off campus before Senior Week, go check out Wesleyan’s own reggae/dub/funk/soul band Buru Style. They’ll be backing former Soulive singer Toussaint Liberator at the famous Blue Note jazz club.
Buru Style has really taken flight this year and this is just more proof: if you’re not aware of the Blue Note – well, it’s kind of a big deal.
Place: Blue Note, Greenwich Village, 131 W 3rd St. (between Macdougal and 6th)
Time: Friday, 12-2 AM
No age limit!
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with tequila shots and Wesleyan’s premier 843-piece salsa band.
Date: Tuesday, May 5
Time: 10:00 PM
Place: La Boca
And if you need another reason to come, there will be punch and cookies!
Where: Psi U
When: Tomorrow, April 30th @ 4:15 PM
And don’t miss President Obama’s address to the nation tonight at 8 PM – live on YouTube.
[thanks to Craig Ewer ‘1o for the tip]