You’re invited to a film screening:
America Divided: Out of Reach and The Class Divide is a series of documentaries focusing on inequalities in the United States as presented by high profile correspondents. America Ferrera, the daughter of immigrants, explores the ways refugees and immigrants are treated in Texas. Jesse Williams examines effects of the school-to-prison pipeline on students and the community in St. Petersburg, Florida. This is the last film in the AWARENESS 2017 Film Series.
The film starts at 8, and admission is free!
Date: Tuesday, April 18th – tonight!
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Place: Center for Film Studies
The one and only Francesca Moree ’14 wants to join forces with you:
Shoulder to Shoulder is a Wesleyan student group devoted to raising awareness about Homelessness in Middletown and the U.S. They’re excited to be hosting a variety of events throughout the month of April, making it Wesleyan’s Homelessness Awareness Month!
Shoulder to Shoulder is looking for students who are interested in helping to design a campus art installation that will go up during the month of April as a part of Homelessness Awareness Month.
Some thoughts that have been thrown around include life-size cardboard portraits placed around campus, depicting actual Middletown residents experiencing homelessness, a photo display depicting the belongings Wesleyan students would choose to carry with them if they were homeless, and many more ideas!
The goal is to have a team working on this project so that no one individual has to shoulder the creative and constructive burden. The installation/art piece would likely be displayed in the last two weeks of April.
Please contact Francesca Moree at fmoree[at]wesleyan[dot]edu if you’re interested in being involved with this exciting project! No art experience required (I’m nowhere near a studio art major). I’m just looking for individuals who are enthusiastic about helping Wes students engage with an important issue area in a novel way.
What: Contact Fran if interested!
Place: Over the emailwaves/all over campus
Yes, reader, that includes you. Coming at you from Marissa Castrigno ’15:
Everyone is Gay began as a humorous advice blog, but quickly became a multi-faceted safe haven for young people – particularly queer youth, their families and friends. In fall of 2011, Everyone is Gay began touring school campuses nationwide to raise awareness, answer questions, and provide simple yet powerful steps for bringing change and awareness to communities… while keeping everyone laughing.
Date: Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
Time: 7:00–8:30 PM
Place: CFA Hall
You will have the chance to hear from undergraduate students from Wesleyan and recent graduates and world-class Paralympians from other institutions about their experience working with faculty. All are welcome.
This event is sponsored by The Hartford Insurance Company, and Wesleyan University’s Human Resources, Disabilities Services and Wesleyan Students for Disability Rights. (4:15-5:15 p.m.)
- Date: TODAY, Oct. 20
- Time: 4:15 PM – 5:15 PM
- Place: Usdan 108
From Eliza Gordon ’11:
Students for Consent and Communication is a group working to promote awareness, education, and prevention strategies surrounding issues of sexual violence on and off Wesleyan’s campus. Please join us for our first meeting of the semester! We will be discussing ideas and goals – everyone is welcome.
Date: Oct. 6
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Place: Allbritton 004