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Spring Fling Headliner Kamaiyah Arrested at Hartford Airport TSA For Refusing To Remove Headwrap

Spring Fling headliner Kamaiyah Johnson, professionally known as Kamaiyah, was reportedly arrested at Bradley International Airport Friday morning when she refused to remove her bonnet after it set off alarms at the TSA checkpoint.

The incident was originally broken by gossip site TMZ and then confirmed by a series of now-deleted tweets by Kamaiyah. According to TMZ, “the TSA told [Kamaiyah] she couldn’t fly without removing an article she had on her head, so it could be inspected.”  The post continues by saying that she “wasn’t having it” and “reportedly flew into a tirade.”

CNN reports that at that point a state trooper stationed at Bradley came to the scene and advised Kamaiyah to follow the instructions of the TSA. According to the police report “[she] continued to refuse and began to use vulgar language directed towards TSA and the Trooper on scene”.

Kamaiyah was asked to leave but continued to refuse and was placed under arrest and charged with breach of peace and interfering with police. According to the police report, she posted the $5,000 bail and was ordered to appear in court on June 6. In a series of now-deleted tweets, Kamaiyah wrote, “I’m never going to Hartford Connecticut again I had to bail out of jail for wearing a bonnet in the airport that showed me enough about what type of place it is.”

Film Thesis Screenings: 16mm Film and Digital Videos

The 16mm and Digital Program

Adam DeSantes

“Choreomania”

Keith Christen

Onward

Rebecca Engle

The Slow Regard of Silent Things

 

Sofie Somoroff

CUT

 

Chris Chen

Prophet

Shane Bannon

Only Strangers Sleep in my Bed

Alex Ryder Pace Pabarcius

Disco Calls

 

João Pedro Pereira-Webber

Galinha

Benjamin Draghi

*The Artist

Emmet Daly

*The King of Hell

 

*Digital Video

 

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Doors open 7:15 / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5

Film Thesis Screenings: Digital Videos

The Digital Program

Simon Usdan
Block Orange

Gabriel Tagliamonte
ICEHEAD

Ezra Scott-Henning
FRIEND OF MINE

Ali Arminio
After Abby

Alex Fabry
Buried Treasure

Regina Melady
Fancy Ladies

Jonathan Tang
Mama’s Boy

Matt Kleppner
Moving Day

Noah Dirks
Out

Benjamin Yap
An Affair

Ruby Lanet
Dear Sylvia

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Doors open 7:15/ Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5

A Conversation With Girltype Behaviors, This Year’s Spring Fling Openers

Girltype Behaviors are Wesleyan’s resident “snack punk” band – purveyors of short, dense DIY punk songs like “Root Vegetable” and “Baby with an iPad.” After loosely playing a few shows together in 2016, the band came together after agreeing to open for Frankie Cosmos in Music House (then at 200 High St) in December 2016.

We first interviewed the band last year, after they released their first EP, Live at WESU 88.1FMThis year, they have a new EP out and are the opening student band for Spring Fling. Wesleying recently sat down with May Klug ’19 (lead vocals & casio), Sallie Fullerton ’18 (guitar), Gemma Shay ’18 (bass), and Shea Fitzpatrick ’18 (vocals and drums) to discuss Spring Fling, touring down the East Coast, forming a band at Wes, and the recent announcement that Grimes and Elon Musk are dating.

I Fell in Love with a Spin Bike: Part I.

Look, let me start with this: leaving home was tough. I knew it was time for me to move on. I had been at Spinsleyan for three years, learning the craft of turning my wheels and adjusting to balance. But it was still hard to leave home. I also knew I had to contribute to my home and that I was ready.

I had a plan. Like most bikes, I wanted to serve the community. I wanted to help people transport themselves around campus, and I wanted to help people’s commutes. My plan was to outperform my peers; I wanted to be the most helpful. So, I knew I had no time for love. But I was wrong.

S&C Menu: LAST WEEK

STAR & CRESCENT RESTAURANT
Located at the Alpha Delta Phi House
LUNCH- 12:00-12:45
DINNER- 5:00-7:00
FIRST THREE FRESHMAN EAT FREE
EVERY DAY!!!

MONDAY
DINNER- Greens w/ Honey & Thyme Vin. Jamaican Jerk Chicken or Tofu, Red Beans & Rice, Sautéed Cabbage, Carrot & Red Pepper.  VEGAN ENTREE
DES- Banana Cake

TUESDAY
LUNCH- Grilled Chili & Lime Shrimp or Portobello Tacos w/ Salsa Fresca, Avocado & Chipotle Mayo. VEGAN ENTREE w/out Chipotle Mayo
DES- Mango Yogurt
DINNER- Greens w/ Carrot Ginger Vin. Red Curry w/ Chicken or Tofu & Jasmine Rice
DES- Coconut Cake

WEDNESDAY
LUNCH- Hummus, Cheddar & Avocado Melts w/ Bacon or Soy Bacon. House Made Hummus & Herb Focaccia Topped w/ Cheddar,  Avocado, Scallion, Bacon or Soy Bacon & Finished in the Oven.
DES- Oatmeal, Chocolate Chip, Craisin Cookies
DINNER- Greens w/ Balsamic Vin. Pesto Rotini w/ Grilled Balsamic Chicken or Roasted Tofu. Traditional Pesto; Basil, Toasted Pine Nuts, EVOO, Parmesan & Garlic . VEGAN ENTREE w/ Cashew Parmesan
DES- Mint Chocolate Cake

Film Series: Vertigo

1958. USA. Dir: Alfred Hitchcock. With James Stewart, Kim Novak. 128 min.


A former police detective, driven to early retirement by an incident that left him with a paralyzing fear of heights, is hired as a P.I. to follow a friend’s wife, who has been behaving abnormally. Hitchcock spins a dizzying whirlpool of storytelling magic, slowly revealing bits and pieces of the psychological obsession at the film’s beating heart.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free

Film Series: Legally Blonde

2001. USA. Dir: Robert Luketic. With Reese Witherspoon. 96 min.


Elle Woods is just “too blonde” for her East Coast, blue-blood boyfriend…who dumps her, reunites with his brainy prep school ex, and heads to Harvard Law School. Elle must wage the battle of her life to get into Harvard, win back her guy, and, most importantly, show the world what she’s really made of.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5

Film Series: Withnail and I

1987. UK. Dir: Bruce Robinson. With Richard E. Grant. 107 min.


Loosely derived from the director’s recollection of his student years in the 1960s, this British cult classic portrays two unemployed actors who spend their days dodging rent bills and drinking. Longing for a vacation away from the mess, the two fellas set off for an idyllic country trip that goes fantastically awry.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free

Film Series: Bad Genius

2017. Thailand. Dir: Nattawut Poonpiriya. With Chutimon Chuengcharoensukying. 130 min.


When an outstanding student helps out a friend struggling during an exam, she sends herself spiraling into a massive exam-cheating scheme. This terrifically crafted high school con-artist heist thriller is the perfect blockbuster for anyone who has taken the SAT.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / Free