Star and Crescent Restaurant Hours LUNCH: Tuesday-Thursday 12:00-12:35, $11.00 (+$0.75 to go) DINNER: Monday-Thursday 5:00-6:45, $13.75 (+$1.00 to go)
Located at Alpha Delta Phi House First Three Freshman Eat Free!!!
DINNER- Greens w/ Red Wine Vin. BBQ Chicken or Tofu, Collard Greens, Baked Mac & Cheese
DES- Red Velvet Cake
The College of Film and the Moving Image will be hosting a presentation of the Class of 2016?s written theses on Monday, May 2nd. The Criticism and History/Theory presentations will start at4:30PM in the Powell Family Cinema, and the Screenplay and Television Pilot presentations will begin at7:00 PM in the same theater. There will be a small reception in the intermission Come support the hard work of our seniors! This event is free and open to the public.
Date: Monday, May 2nd Time: 4:30pm-8:30pm Place: The Powell Family Cinema in the Center for Film Studies
2015. USA. Dir: J. J. Abrams. With Daisy Ridley, John Boyega. 135 min.
Forget the prequels (seriously, forget them); with a new, young cast and Abrams at the helm, the Force is stronger than ever in Episode VII. Expertly balancing nostalgia and freshness, Abrams ushers the spirit of the original trilogy into the 21st century – with some sic action scenes to boot.
Please join us on on Friday afternoon for a student panel on mental health. The main portion of the event will feature six students speaking about their experiences of living with mental illness. Following the panel we will have period of Q&A and discussion.
There will be light refreshments! This panel is brought to you by Active Minds at Wes.
2002. Palestine et al. Dir: Elia Suleiman. With Suleiman, Manal Khader. 92 min.
In the spirit of Keaton and Tati, Suleiman’s wry silent-comedy performance anchors a very “loud” situation: the day-to-day life of Palestinians in Israeli-controlled territory. Subtitled “A Chronicle of Love and Pain,” the movie plays out a series of darkly funny and visually whimsical vignettes. Co-sponsored by Students for Justice in Palestine.
Created for survivors of sexual violence, the retreat will address the
unique ways that a traumatic experience can impact self-care and
various pathways to healing. The retreat will focus on developing
self-compassion skills through art, discussion, and a gentle yoga
How do you create a sci-fi world without high-budget planet explosions, lens flares for days, or whitewashing cybernetic humans? Simple – record podcasts in the form of a space crew’s audio logs. In its third season, the award-winning, all-Wes alum-produced Wolf 359 chronicles the merits of floating around in the middle of nowhere. In space, no one may hear you scream, but communications officer Doug Eiffel and the rest of the USS Hephaestus beg to differ.
Here, Gabriel Urbina ‘13 (Head Writer and Executive Producer) and Zach Valenti ‘12 (Lead Actor and Executive Producer) talk about sunless basements, WesRave, plant monsters, and who they’d rather be stuck with aboard the USS Hephaestus. Read the full interview after the jump.