Spring is definitely in the air and as the end of the semester draws near, some sweet summer lovin’ is in sight! With so many orgasms on the horizon, let’s take a look back through the sexual histories of a few brave Wes students by asking just two simple questions: What is the story of the first time you came? And what is the story of the most recent time you came?
Here, we recount the first and last orgasms of some sexy Wesleyan sharers. All names have been changed to aliases chosen by the interviewee for the sake of privacy.
From Andrea Ruiz-Lopez ’13:
The Classics Department will be hosting an EPIC adventure we have entitled the HOMERATHON! That’s right! From 9am to 9pm students will take turns reading Homer’s “Odyssey” aloud, all around campus! Please stop and listen, read, or just generally be supportive! Togas and Ivy wreaths encouraged!
9:00-10:30 -Pi Cafe
10:30-12:00 -North College (High Street Side)
2:00- 4:00 -Olin
4:00-6:00 – Andrus Field (On the marble speaker’s platform)
6:00-9:00 – OPEN TOGA PARTY IN DOWNEY HOUSE LOUNGE WITH FREE FOOD
PLEASE come early and stay late for your reading slot or to support your fellow readers. Encourage your friends to stop by and listen! Don’t worry if you didn’t get a chance to sign up because someone will be happy to share their 15-minute slot with you! So please come support your fellow classics lovers in this EPIC undertaking!
Date: Today, April 18
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: All over (check out the schedule above)
From Jen Kleindienst:
Come join Sustainability Coordinator Jen Kleindienst for office hours this Thursday in Usdan. Share ideas and questions about Wesleyan’s future in sustainable thinking and acting, or just stop by to say hello!
Date: Thursday, February 28
Time: 12 pm – 1 pm
Place: 1st Floor of Usdan
From Andrew Ribner ’14:
Come join WSDR and WesJustEd in a screening of Including Samuel:
“Before his son Samuel was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, photojournalist Dan Habib rarely thought about the inclusion of people with disabilities. Now he thinks about inclusion every day. Shot and produced over four years, Habib’s award-winning documentary film, Including Samuel, chronicles the Habib family’s efforts to include Samuel in every facet of their lives. The film honestly portrays his family’s hopes and struggles as well as the experiences of four other individuals with disabilities and their families. Including Samuel is a highly personal, passionately photographed film that captures the cultural and systemic barriers to inclusion.”
**Dinner will be provided!**
Date: Wednesday, February 27
Time: 6:30 pm – 8 pm
Let’s salute our fellow cross-campus, early-morning weekend travelers (some of whom I have encountered on repeated occasions and hope to one day courageously approach in an effort to develop some sort of a friendship based on mutual sleep deprivation and the reprise of last night’s outfit, but my social skills are somewhat lacking) and offer them an alternative to the disgusting and extremely sexist use of the term “Walk of Shame.” I mean, let’s not try and sugarcoat it; sometimes the walk back to your own room after a night of adventure can feel a little shameful.
But it shouldn’t.
The ubiquitous “Walk of Shame” talk needs to stop. We enjoy the less common but much more empowering term “Stride of Pride.” It’s a gender-neutral way to describe a guilt-free sunrise walk back to one’s own room. It’s really unacceptable that women are still made to feel ashamed for expressing their sexuality or exercising their right to engage in casual, sexual relationships in a way men have been been applauded for doing for years. Everyone should have the freedom to feel proud of their choices, whether or not those choices involve any sexual activity. Also, you can be doing a stride of pride for any number of reasons! Just got a free cup of coffee? Stride of pride it up!
From Maxwell Bevilacqua:
Join us for the first of several information sessions about summer options for students interested in writing and publishing, sponsored by Wesleyan’s Writing Programs.
At the summer Columbia Publishing Course, students learn directly from leaders in the industry–writers, editors, publishers, design directors, illustrators, advertising experts, and publicists. Geared to recent college graduates and culminating in a job fair, the course also includes extensive preparation for the job market. At this information session, CPC director Shaye Areheart will discuss the program and answer questions about careers in publishing. Recent graduates of CPC have landed at Random House, HarperCollins, Scholastic, Marie Claire, Glamour, DailyBeast.com, and NYmag.com.
For more information about CPC, visit their website. For information about the event, please contact Professor Anne Greene at agreene(at)wesleyan(dot)edu or (860) 685-3604
Date: Monday, February 25
Time: 4:15 pm
Place: Allbritton 311
From Ethan Hill ’16:
DJ Jonathan Toubin is bringing his NY Night Train Soul Clap & Dance-Off to Eclectic THIS SATURDAY!
GET DOWN… all night long to the extra-exceptional, explosive, and exquisite 1960s soul 45s of globe-trotting New York DJ Mr Jonathan Toubin!
GET IN… the 12am DANCE-OFF for a CASH MONEY PRIZE
OPENING… will be DJ Michael Vaughan, playing a set of groovy disco jams to start off the night!
CATCH THE SOUL CLAP!
Date: Saturday, February 23
Time: 10 pm – 2 am
From Deborah Ko ’15:
TREAT YO BOO! Liberty in North Korea wants YOU to TREAT YO BOO this Valentine’s Day!
We’ll be selling Korean Pocky Grams (Pepero) TOMORROW during lunch for $3/box! WE’LL CUT OUT THAT MIDDLE MAN and DELIVER your Pepero-gram and personal message to yo boo or friend’s WesBox for Valentine’s Day!! YOU BEST BELIEVE IT!
All the proceeds will go to helping North Korean refugee relocation and resettlement efforts in America and South East Asia.
Date: Tomorrow, February 8th
Cost: $3 for a box and a love note.