From Maeve Russell ’13:
It’s Thursday night. Late night to be exact. You’re either slightly inebriated, miserably plugging away at this week’s last assignment, or too tired to move after surviving yet another busy week. Whatever the case, you’re hungry. Bottom line.
You want a delicious, Indian-inspired, savory Kenyan pancake, stuffed with a decadent array of toppings. That’s right, you want LATE NIGHT CHAPATI. Good thing SHOFCO’s got you covered!
This Thursday, choose your preferred menu item below, and either pick it up from WoCoHo or have it DELIVERED to you – just EMAIL shofco[dot]chapati[at]gmail[dot]com with your order and location.
MENU and PRICING:
- Banana Nutella – $3
A classic combination of hazelnut, chocolate, and banana
- Apple Cinnamon (Vegan!) – $3
Warm apples in brown sugar and cinnamon
- Huevos Rancheros – $5
Mexican inspired, complete with spicy salsa and eggs
- Veggies with Goat Cheese and Pesto – $5
If you’re feelin’ fancy…
- Plain – 2 for $3
Sponsored by the Adelphic Education Fund
All proceeds go to The Kibera School for Girls in Nairobi, Kenya
When: Today (Thursday) from 9-12pm
Where: Women of Color House (227 Pine Street) OR WE CAN DELIVER TO YOU! Just email your order to shofco[dot]chapati[at]gmail[dot]com with time and place. We’ll be there.
Price: $3-5 for some delicious and fresh Indian-inspired Kenyan pancakes. Talk about a damn good fusion
From Aly Raboff ’16:
This Thursday (tomorrow) Climate Ambassadors is putting on a film screening of the outspoken documentary Greedy Lying Bastards.
It’s a film about the “stalled efforts to tackle climate change despite the consensus in the scientific community that it is not only a reality but also a growing problem that is placing us on the brink of disaster.” The film looks at how big industry (especially Koch bros) has created a “campaign of lies” to oppose the reality of climate change.
for more info on the film, check out the website: http://greedylyingbastards.com/
The screening will be from 7-9 in Downey 113 this Thursday, come check it out!
~**There will be snacks**~
Date: TODAY! Thursday, November 21, 2013
Time: 7 – 9 PM
Cost: FREE FREE FREE
From Maeve Russell ’14:
Interested in non-profit organizations, gender inequality, education, women’s empowerment, poverty, social change….or all of the above?
Come to our information session for one of Wesleyan’s largest non-profits on campus: Tonight at 9pm in 41 Wyllys (right next to Usdan).
Where: Rm 112, 41 Wyllys
When: 9pm tonight
Why: who doesn’t want to learn about and support the only tuition-free school for girls in the entire slum of Kibera, Kenya (one of the largest slums in Africa)?
I took this course last semester and it was fantastic. You should definitely take it if you have the time. If not, make time for it!
From Chukwuemeka Uwakaneme ’16:
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life invites you to be mindful of mindfulness for a non-credit six-week course:
Feeling stressed, looking for spirituality? Here is a solution for you.
During this 6-week non-credit course, students will be introduced to various techniques of mindfulness practice and spiritual awareness, including sitting meditation and yoga. These modalities are designed to aid in stress and anxiety reduction, and when practiced diligently, may also offer opportunities for greater self-awareness and personal
development. The goal is to give students a spiritual toolbox that is portable, replicable, and sustainable. Students will gain an understanding of the roles these practices can play in leading a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life.
The first class is on Monday 9/30/2013 and goes from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.
Sign up here.
Date: Monday, September 30th, 2013
Time: 6 – 8 pm
Claire Wright ’16 wants you to join a growing network of peer mental health advocates!
WESupport is a six-session workshop series offered by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) and the WESupport student group.
Two sections will run as follows: Mondays from 4:15 – 5:15 PM and Thursdays from 12:00 – 1:00 PM. Workshops will begin the week of September 23rd and will be held in 41 Wyllys Room 110.
To sign up: Please email Dr. Jennifer D’Andrea at jdandrea(at)wesleyan(dot)edu and indicate whether you’d like to attend the Monday section or the Thursday section.
When: (Beginning the week of Sept. 23) Mondays from 4:15 – 5:15 PM and Thursdays from 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Where: 41 Wyllys Room 110
Yo yo yo Wes! Miranda Haymon ’16 and Sarah Woolf ’16 want you in their troll cave:
Welcome to the Troll Cave is a mystery. Lead by Director Miranda Haymon, the company will work together to enter a magical miraculous world that has yet to be discovered. Come play with us.
Auditions will be on Tuesday and Wednesday (Sept 3-4) from 6-9 both evenings in the Jones Room. Callbacks will be same time same place on Thursday.
Please prepare a one-minute demonstration that will make us laugh. Feel free to include a prepared monologue (it’s optional, we promise). Show us your improv skills. If you can sing, sing. If you have any other random talents, either show us or note them during the audition.
The show goes up September 19-21.
If you have any questions feel free to email Miranda at
mhaymon(at)wesleyan(dot)edu or Stage Manager Sarah at swoolf(at)wesleyan(dot)edu. Hope to see you there!
From Sarah Cassel ’13:
In the film, Emmy award director, Tor Ben Mayor follows a group of 27
Palestinians and Israelis who meet under the frame of a unique project
called “History through the Human Eye” led by Parents Circle-Families
Forum – bereaved Palestinian and Israelis for Peace and
The project’s goal is to acknowledge the narrative of the other.
Together they create the conflict mosaic. Among them include Bereaved
families, Orthodox Jews and religious Muslims, settlers, ex soldiers
in the Israeli army, ex security prisoners, citizens of the Gaza
strip, kibbutz members, second generation holocaust survivors, non
violent activists and more. Each and every one holds his own
historical truth, and carries with him his own emotional baggage.
The movie will be followed by a panel discussion with one
representative from each sponsoring group.
Co-sponsored by: Students for Justice in Palestine, J Street U, and
Wesleyan United with Israel
When: Tuesday, April 30th, 7:30 – 9pm
Where: PAC 001
From Rebecca Koppel ’14:
Come enjoy the beautiful sunshine that we will (hopefully) receive on
Saturday afternoon and join the Wesleyan Jewish Community, AEPi, and
the Bayit at a barbecue in the Bayit backyard. There will be Hebrew
National hotdogs, delicious hamburgers and food for the meat-free, the
gluten-free, and the taste-free among us! Everyone is welcome to this
free event! Invite your friends!
When: Saturday, April 27th, 4-6pm
Where: Bayit Backyard
Maeve Russell ’14 wants you to come jam all day and night with SHOFCO and Psi U DAY AND NIGHT!!!
DAYTIME FESTIVAL: Music! Games! Food! Dunk tank!
CONCERT FEATURING: THE ROOKS, JOSH SMITH & THE RIOT ACT, AND E. OKS!! 10pm at Psi U!
**Tickets for concert on sale for $2 all week in Usdan. $3 at the door.
Daytime Festival (1 – 5pm)
Listen to live music by several student bands.
1:00- 1:30 – Surprise Guest
1:45- 2:30 Molly Rocket & the Crooks
2:45-3:30 Grand Cousin
3:40-4:10 New School
4:10-5:00 Boston’s Hip-Hop group FlyRydaz
**BRING CASH TO THE DAYTIME PARTY FOR POPCORN / COTTON CANDY / GAMES / DUNK TANK AND FOR THE ROOKS MERCH AT NIGHT**