Marisa Guerrero ’15 has a delicious proposition:
Do you love to bake? Think you can create the yummiest cookie ever? In need of a break from midterms? Well you’re in luck!
Next Thursday 3/7, Brighter Dawns is hosting its second annual COOKIE CUP! The Cookie Cup is an event where Wesleyan students can sample dozens of cookies made by a bunch of teams (including yours!) and vote on the most creative/most delicious/most aesthetically appealing, etc. Basically, it’s an excuse for us all to eat our weight in cookies.
Right now, we’re looking for teams – of however many people you want – to bake! Don’t be afraid to get creative with your baked goods. (Last year’s winner was the “Inception Cookie” – a cookie inside a cookie – and it was legendary). Prizes will be awarded to the winning teams!
To sign up a team or receive more information, email sbhalobasha@wes. Even if you are not interested in baking, join us at the Usdan Cafe at dinnertime on Thursday, 3/7 to participate in the eating part of the Cookie Cup! Proceeds benefit Brighter Dawns, an organization that works to improve health conditions in the slums of Bangladesh.
Date: Sign up now, compete on Thursday, 3/7
Time: Contest is from 6-9 pm
Place: Usdan Cafe
Do you have video editing experience without any projects to work on? Alex Irace ’15 wants to fix that:
Brighter Dawns is looking for an experienced video editor to create a video about our mission: to improve health and sanitation in the impoverished communities of Bangladesh. We will provide all the information and media to be included in the video. It’s a great opportunity for anyone pursuing film production and you’ll be supporting a great cause!
Check out the Brighter Dawns website for more information.
If you’re interested, email Alex Irace at airace(at)wes(dot)edu.
Marisa Guerrero ’15 invites you to cookies, as a verb:
Brighter Dawns is a Wesleyan-founded non-profit organization that works to improve health in impoverished communities in Bangladesh. The Wesleyan chapter helps raise awareness and funds about this important cause.
Our general meeting will be held this Monday. New members are always welcome! And if you need more incentive, there will be cookies!
Date: Monday, February 18
Time: 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Place: Usdan 110
From Kerry Nix ’15:
Rally from finals madness by basking in the holiday cheer! Build a gingerbread house, boat, plane, forest, mountain, cattle, anything – show off your gingerbread-crafting skills with your friends and have your creation evaluated by judges from Bon Appetit. The winning team gets a special prize!
The contest will be held Saturday 12/8, by the Usdan stairs during dinner. Proceeds go to Brighter Dawns, a Wesleyan-born nonprofit whose mission is to minimize health disparities in Bangladesh slums.
Entry is $4/person if you pre-register and $5/person if you just show up! To pre-register, email brighterdawns[at]gmail[dot]com.
Date: Saturday, December 8
Time: Brunch hours
Place: By the Usdan stairs
Cost: $4/person pre-registered, $5/person if you show up!
From Kerry Nix ’15:
, Wesleyan’s very own non-profit, is holding its SECOND MEETING OF THE YEAR TONIGHT! Come to Usdan 110 at 9pm, where we’ll be planning projects to raise funds and spread awareness about health and sanitation issues in Bangladesh slums. New members are always welcome!
Date: Today, September 24
Time: 9 pm
Place: Usdan 110
Eric Wilson ’15 invites you to a concert for Brighter Dawns. The Wesleyan founded non-profit aims to provide a slum of Khalishpur, Bangladesh with clean water, with the larger initiative of empowering women and improving health conditions.
Performances include Men with Bad Manners, Vocal Debauchery (VD), and many more!
Brought to you by the Middletown Arts: Social Justice class.
All proceeds will go to Brighter Dawns.
Time: today, 7-9 p.m.
Place: The Buttonwood Tree, 605 Main Street
Cost: $5 donation
Nandita Vijayaraghavan ’13 is proud to be a South Asian, and wants to share that with you:
Samsara is the annual South Asian culture show, and this year it’s back with a bang! Come join us for fun and laughter as you enjoy a show that combines theater, music, dance and above all, a love for South Asia! Tickets will be available both at the Box Office, and at tables at Usdan. This is definitely something you WON’T want to miss!
Date: Saturday, Dec. 3
Time: 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Place: Crowell Conceret Hall