Need help getting into the spirit of the season? UCAB has the perfect event coming up!
Who says you cant have a Winterfest without snow? This Thursday we’re pulling out all the stops! Gingerbread House making competition! Cider! Hot Cocoa! Cookies! Photos with Ole St. Nick and his snowmen! Snowflake ornaments (in which said photos can be placed)! We will be also be announcing the winner of the iPad mini raffle! Come close out the semester with UCAB’s last event this Thursday at 7pm and be sure to be around for the drawing of the winning ticket at 9pm sharp!
Date: Thursday, December 5th
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
If you’ve been in Butt A in the past few weeks, you may have noticed that the number of socks appearing outside their normal habitat have increased alarmingly. Instead of being located in drawers, on dorm room floors, and on feet, these rogue socks are found strewn about the laundry room, the staircases, the hallways, and even outside the building.
I assure you, you are not alone in your perplexity and concern. For weeks now, there have been many mumbled acknowledgments of the truants. Be wary, a friend’s good-humored confusion about a misplaced sock may be reason for suspicion. As more and more socks escape their habitual environments and spread themselves (seemingly at random, yet also covering most exit and entrance points in the dorm), students’ passive observation slowly leads to greater concern.
An invitation from Swetha Mummini ’14:
Interested in attending medical school? Wesleyan’s American Medical Student Association (AMSA) will be hosting a talk by Ankit Kansal ’10, a current 2nd year medical student at Yale. After double-majoring in Neuroscience and Economics at Wes, Ankit joined Teach for America, and taught Biology and Chemistry for two years at a charter school. He then started Yale Medical School in 2012. If you are interested in learning more about the medical school application process and what medical school is like, come to this event. Pizza/pasta will be served.
Date: Thursday, November 7th
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Place: PAC 001
Post submitted by Emily Greenspan ’16:
Come join J Street U at Wesleyan for a talk with Avner Gvaryahu, a
representative from Breaking the Silence, for a presentation about
what the organization does and the reality of life under Israeli
occupation. Discussion will follow.
Breaking the Silence is an organization of veteran combatants who have
served in the Israeli military since the start of the Second Intifada
and have taken it upon themselves to expose the Israeli public to the
reality of everyday life in the Occupied Territories. They endeavor to
stimulate public debate about the price paid for a reality in which
young soldiers face a civilian population on a daily basis, and are
engaged in the control of that population’s everyday life.
Read more about Breaking the Silence on the interwebz:
Date: Sunday, October 13
Time: 7:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Location: PAC 001
Cost: Free, but if you’d like to support Breaking the Silence, small contributions will be welcome
Post submitted by Kayla Reiman ’14 and Rachel Leicher ’15:
Interested in interfaith connections? Interested in making new friends over free food? Come build bridges between religious communities on campus and enjoy delicious Thai food for dinner on Monday, October 7th at 6pm.
RSVP by October 3rd to kreiman[at]wesleyan[dot]edu or rleicher[at]wesleyan[dot]edu. All are welcome.
Date: Monday, October 7
Time: 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Place: Albritton 311
Submitted by Charlie Smith ’15:
Malthus was wrong. Come discuss why.
Date: Wednesday, October 2nd
Time: 06:30 – 7:50 p.m.
Place: Usdan Rm 114