From Eclectic Haus:
Purity Rings (also known as abstinence rings) are worn as a sign of chastity. The practice originated in the United States in the 1990s among Christian-affiliated sexual abstinence groups. Wearing a purity ring is typically accompanied by a religious vow to practice abstinence until marriage.
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It’s a Tuesday. Come get piped.
Date: Tuesday, March 6
Time: 10:00 pm – 12:01 am
Place: Eclectic (200 High)
Facebook event: link
Did you grow up in the 90s? Did you watch the land before time? Did you enjoy summer camp? Have you read this? Would you consider Emmie Finckel a “friend?”
If you answered “yes” to any of the abovem YOUR ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY AT MUSIC HOUSE THIS THURSDAY EVENING.
Come hear the illustrious musical stylings of first-semester Awesomefest second prize winners LITTLEFOOT (Alex Ginsberg ’14, Charlie Kaplan’14, Emmie Finckel ’14, and Jake Ewald ’14) and second-semester Awesomefest “we rocked the boat so we deserve an award no matter what happens when they eventually announce who won” award winners CAMP (Emily Bernstein’14, Jason Kilbourne ’14, and Emeline Wong Finckel ’12).
When? Tonight. March 1st.
Where? Music House @ 10 pm
Who? LITTLE FOOT AND CAMP.
Where on campus can you find a beautiful community of open-minded loving people?
Want to learn more? Come check it out during House Hopping from 12-5 p.m.
Want to go out this Thursday night and don’t want to go to PSI U?
Come out to Eclectic tonight for a free show with Kuhn, Obey City, and The Range–three New York based artists who’ll be bumping booty-on-the-floor (shout-out to Big Freedia) dance music starting @ 9:00!
Think R. Kelly meets footwork meets hip-hop on ADD
Basically, you don’t miss this first installment of Missteps, a monthly concert series showcasing left-field electronic music. Check out the Facebook page here.
Date: Thursday, Feb. 16
Ty Segall (as seen above) is garage rock star from San Francisco, he’s coming to play for you Wesleyan! For FREE!
Literally, he is flying in for this show. Make it worth it by showing up!
As for Featherwood Bee – they are an on campus band consisting of Kelly Lee ’14, Adam Johnson ’14, John Ryan ’14, and Ben Gottesman ’13. They have a mellow indie rock sound. It’s the perfect opener for Ty Segall since it’s got that Bay Area sound. Come check out cute boys that go to your school.
- Date: Thursday, February 2
- Time: 9:00 PM – 12:00 AM
- Place: Eclectic
- Cost: FREE!
A note from West Co ’67:
Been feeling weird and lonely inside since you haven’t heard any music at Wesleyan since you’ve been back? Depressed because you didn’t get a ticket to the AraabMuzik concert?
At least you can go to Westco’s Open Micthis Wednesday night (read: today). Open Mic happens almost every Wednesday in the WestCo Cafe, and it gives students a chance to perform a song, read poetry, do a dance, play an instrument, or just sit and watch their talented peers do those things.
Signs ups are in the Westco Lounge at 9. Fun starts at 9:30ish in the Westco Cafe. Come perform and bring your friends. It’s a really fun and relaxing time to enjoy the night before the weekend.
Questions? Contact Nina Gerona ’15 at ngerona(at)wesleyan(.edu).
Date: Wednesday, February 1
Time: 9:30 PM
Place: WestCo Cafe
Ever wanted to party where you learn? To be able to look into SciLi and Pi as you rage? Well, this weekend is YOUR chance.
Fusion and X-Tacy are throwing a FREE dance party and performance this Friday, Dec. 2nd in the lobby of Exley!
Party starts at 10:30 PM and the dance set begins at 11 PM sharp! DJ Swipher will be there to keep the party going after the performances!
Date: Dec. 2 – Dec. 3
Time: 10:30 PM – 12:00 AM
Place: Lobby of Exley
Program houses at Wesleyan are AWESOME! And this list is going to tell you all about some of the awesome houses with spaces for the spring. It’s going to be overwhelming, but in a good way!
Good Thing To Note: The applications are due on this Friday, the 18th! GET THEM IN!
Tomorrow – starting at 9 am – there will be a drive going on in the main lobby of SciLi. People are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items (especially ones that can be eaten without being cooked – like cereal), flashlights, batteries, blankets and anything else they think might be useful to people who have lost power and heat because of the storm. Most of this items will be given to Wesleyan staff and their families who do not have power at their homes who have been asked to stay around campus to help provide services for our benefit.
Thank you all for your support.
Looking for some good tunes sung by some well-dressed people? Need a stress reliever during mid-terms? Want to look as sharp as the picture above? Then join us for Notably Sharp, Wesleyan’s newest a cappella group, for its first concert of the year! We will be joined by the lovely ladies of The Merimanders from Bates College.
Hope to see you for a great night of music!
Date: Oct. 20
Time: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Place: Zelnick Pavilion (between Chapel and 92)