Courtesy of Rilwan Babajide ’16:
Come join the Invisible Men Collective for a night of community performances as we focus on the value of Sankofa, “to reach back and get it.” Throughout the show, we hope to reflect on our history both at Wesleyan and Abroad and we seek to better understand our potential for the future. The night is sure to be exhilarating, challenging, and thought provoking.
Date: Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
Time: 8:30 PM
Place: Beckham Hall
PANGEA writes in:
Interested in Asian cultures?
Want free food?
Come and join us on Tuesday, April 15 at Usdan 110 to learn more about Football and how to make sushi & spring rolls!
Indian food will be served!
Check out the Facebook event for more details.
Date: TODAY, April 15
Time: 6:00PM – 7:00PM
Place: Usdan 110
Aletta Brady ’15 wants your creative work!
Active Minds at Wesleyan is collecting stories, poems, artwork, and other artistic representations related to student experiences with mental health.
They could inspired by a personal experience or an experience with a family member or a friend. Submissions before April 27th will be collected in an anthology online. We will continue to accept submissions throughout the summer and will publish a hard copy of the full anthology in the fall.
Submit to: Aletta Brady (cbrady [at] wesleyan [dot] edu) titled “Anthology Submission.” Feel free to submit anonymously and change names as needed.
There will be a semi-traditional chill potluck Seder tomorrow night, April 15, in the Bayit lounge. All are welcome to attend! It would be great if you could bring something (kosher for Passover), so there will be enough for everyone. If you plan on coming, please email sblumenstock (at) wesleyan (dot) edu .
Date: Tuesday, April 15
Time: 7:00 PM
Place: The Bayit
This just in from Katie McLaughlin ’15
Come on over to the Exley Lobby today for a merging of musical forms! Slavei is teaming up with the Mixolydians to astound and pleasure your aural sensations. There will be folk music, choral music and a whole lot of extremely beautiful people. See you there!
Date: Today, April 13
Time: 5:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Place: Exley Lobby
From Jake Katofsky ’16:
Free screening. 108 Stitches looks for international theatrical release in August 2014. It is a romantic comedy written and produced by Jake Katofsky ’16. Adam McGill ’16 and Andrew Yin ’15 are both featured actors in the movie.
Check out our IMDb, Facebook, and website for more information regarding 108 Stitches! IMDB / Facebook / Website
Date: Sunday, April 13th, 2014
Place: Goldsmith Family Cinema (CFS)
From Luciana Contreras ’16:
Join us on Foss this Sunday (4/13) from 1-3 PM to support Relay For Life!! Rho Epsilon Pi will be selling temporary tattoos and popsicle for 25 cents. See you there!
Time: 1-3 p.m.
Cost: 25 cents
You’re invited to a Southeast Asian Cultural Night:
Join us for a night of local delicacies, performances, expression, and celebration of colorful cultures from 5 Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
We will also be selling traditional souvenirs from our respective countries during ticket sales and on the day of the event. So do bring some cash with you!
We will be serving:
Thailand: Kuih Teow Lui Suan, Gai Tod Kratiam Prikthai
Malaysia: Roti jala, Malaysian Chicken Curry
Vietnam: Rau Và D?u Ph?
Singapore: Kai Lan
Indonesia: Chicken Maranggi Sata
Date: Sunday, April 13
Time: 6:00 PM (doors open at 5:30 PM)
Place: Beckham Hall
Cost: $7 at the door
Last-minute public service announcement: the post for the WESU-sponsored YAMANTAKA \\ SONIC TITAN show at the Chapel TONIGHT somehow fell through the cracks, but you should know that this concert begins at 10 p.m. and will be thunderous and wonderous. Please join WESU and friends for this concert. We can hear the band soundchecking and we can confirm that THE ORGAN will play a role in the proceedings. NOVELTY DAUGHTER \\ a.k.a. Faith Harding ’14 will be opening.
1959. India. Dir: Satyajit Ray. With Soumitra Chatterjee. 105 min.
Melding inspiration from Renoir and Italian Neorealism with a distinctly Indian artistry, Ray’s beautiful cinematic craft has in turn influenced generations of international filmmakers. In this humble and powerfully relatable tale, a bright young man in Calcutta saves for university and works on a novel until a sudden marriage alters his path forever.