Beautiful Spring Day, March 20, 2012 c/o Wesleyan University
It’s Spring Break! If you’re on campus during any of it, here are all the facility hours you need to know to get by. Luckily, weshop is open on weekdays (not weekends though), as is Red & Black. The library has shorter hours and the fitness center is open only on weekdays. The package room is open too. Full hours are after the jump.
To thesis writers who will probably be at Wes for some of break, good luck!!!
From Wilson Fong ’15:
Come eat delicious foodstuffs served by our dashing butlers, including yours truly, and cute maids! Headlining our menu is the granddaddy of maid café food, omurice (ketchup art included). Additional menu items include Japanese sweets and drinks. Anime to be screened during the event!
Date: Sunday, March 1
Time: 1 PM
Place: Usdan, DFC
The new furniture in the Exley Lobby, as promised to us in an email in December, is finally here. There’s currently a construction crew setting up tables by Pi and the Fish Bowl is totally empty because it’s about to get a furniture upgrade. Included in this renovation are ~*more outlets*~ as part of the seating areas, which are scattered around the whole lobby now. Exley’s about to get a lot more social.
Here’s a description of the space from an email by Brandi Hood, Senior Project Coordinator of Construction Services (and more pics after the jump):
As you may have heard, we are working on an exciting new project to upgrade the space in the Exley Science Center lobby to be more accommodating to socializing and group study. The project will include a brighter paint scheme and new carpeting to provide a safer entrance into the building from the elements and to help with settling down the acoustics in the space. New furniture will include soft seating with power to charge your electronic devices, study tables by Exley 150 and café tables outside of Pi. Standing kiosks with acoustic fabric and charging plugs will be installed in the structural stone nooks along the classroom walls. New power and USB outlets will be strategically placed throughout to accommodate our ever growing electronic environment. Last, but certainly not least, one of our alum will be providing a magnificent art display to provide visual interest and liven up the lobby!
From Caroline Catlin ’15:
There will be an open space in Espwesso for anyone who wants to come together and support one another due to recent campus events. Free tea will be provided as well as materials to write messages of support to the community (we will have giant pieces of paper) and/or make cards or notes (with out using names) to people in the hospital. Resources and information on different support systems will be available. Organized by CAPS and Active Minds at Wes.
Date: Tuesday, Feb 24
Time: 2-6 PM
From Jules Lighter ’16:
Hey Froshies! Do you like learning? Reading? Writing? Philosophizing? Critical thinking? Drinking? Exclusive libraries? Free cookies? Dead white men? Freudian slips? Thinking too much? Then COL may be the major for you!!!!!!!
Come find out why at one of our open houses; Monday, February 23 and Thursday, February 26 at 4:15 in the COL Library.
Date: Monday, Feb 23 and Thursday, Feb 26
Time: 4:15 PM
Place: COL Library
From Andrew Chatfield, a Special CFA Event:
One artwork, one speaker, fifteen minutes. Join Artist in Residence Laurie Nussdorfer as she shares her favorite works in the Davison Art Center collection.
Date: Tues, Feb 24
Time: 12:10 PM
Place: Davison Art Center
From Andrew Chatfield, a Special CFA Event:
“A Body in Places” is dancer/choreographer Eiko Otake’s first solo project, which incorporates both performative and non-performative elements, and includes the photography exhibition “A Body in Fukushima.”
Date: Monday, Feb 23
Time: 10 PM
Place: Olin Lobby
From the Shapiro Creative Writing Center:
Quiara Alegri?a Hudes and Erin McKeown present selection from their new musical, Miss You Like Hell! Come hear the talented duo perform scenes and songs from their upcoming production, and enjoy refreshments at a reception following the performance.
Please R.V.S.P. to this event by emailing adistler[at]wesleyan[dot]edu. The event is first come, first served, and will be capped at 40 people.
Quiara Alegría Hudes is a composer and playwright, best known for her book adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical “In The Heights.” In 2012, she received the Pulitzer Prize for drama for her play “Water By The Spoonful.”
Erin McKeown is a musician and songwriter. She graduated from Brown University with a degree in Ethnomusicology. Her most recent album, Manifestra, was released in 2013.
Date: Mon, Feb 23
Time: 6 PM
Place: Shapiro Creative Writing Center, 167 High Street
From Wesleyan Women in Film:
Hey you! Do you watch movies? Do you like long unnecessary speeches that are cut off by dramatic music? Do you need a reason to not do homework this Sunday?
COME TO EXLEY 150 TO WATCH THE OSCARS WITH US!!!!!!!!!!
What could possibly be more exhilarating than watching Neil Patrick Harris on stage? It’s going to be LEGEND……wait for it……DARY! DOORS are at 7:30 PM and the show is at 8:00 PM weeee!!!
Date: Sunday, Feb 22
Time: 7:30-11 PM
Place: Exley 150