From Isabel Fattal ’18:
Come eat bagels and lox with the Wesleyan Jewish community at the Bayit this Sunday!
Whether you’re a regular at Shabbat or have never been to the Bayit before, we’d love to see you there! Come start the semester off right with yummy (free) food and good company.
Date: Sunday, January 31
Time: 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Place: The Bayit (157 Church St.)
Apparently there’s a Usdan receipt conspiracy. I’ve been hearing around campus lately that the Marketplace has been failing to give receipts to students, most notably at brunch. Maybe it’s deliberate, or maybe it’s a minor slip-up. Either way, at this point in the semester, most of us are dangerously low on meals or points (or maybe both), and getting our receipts is quite helpful. So I set out to investigate the matter.
For one, this required actually going to Usdan, which I barely do. But I Usdan-ed religiously this week, motivated by the quest to get to the bottom of this receipt dilemma.
From Ben Zucker ’15:
Q: Why did the Unitarian Universalist cross the road?
A: To support the chicken in its free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
If you’re Unitarian Universalist, interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism, or just want to hang out with fun UUs, come have brunch with us (pasta and vegetables from First & Last Tavern)!
We’ll give an overview of this non-creedal religion, have some introductions and a check-in, and best of all enjoy the wonderfully comfortable library of the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life. All are welcome.
Date: Sunday, September 14
Time: 12-1:30 PM
Place: Office Of Religious & Spiritual Life (169 High St)
From Sonya Levine ’17:
Tired of eight days of monotonous Passover food?
Help cook a FREE, vegetarian, kosher for Pesakh brunch from 11:00 am
onward, no prior cooking experience needed. We will also be cooking
one VEGAN recipe! When we’ve finished preparing a plethora of exciting
recipes, we’ll eat!
We’ll also read some humorous stories about Passover by Sholom
Aleichem, author of the “Tevye the Dairyman” short stories that were
the inspiration for “Fiddler on the Roof”, and listen to wonderful
Sponsored by the Wesleyan Jewish Community, The Bayit, and the Yiddish
Book Center with support from the Jack & Ruthe B. Cowl Center for
Date: Saturday, April 19 (tomorrow)
Time: 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
Place: The Bayit (157 Church Street)
From David Mai ’15:
Come to French Hall this Sunday to enjoy a tasty French brunch: crepes, pancakes, coffee and tea. Come chill with French Hall residents and learn what’s it to live on the hall!
Date: Tomorrow, February 17th
Time: 11:30 am – 2 pm
Place: French Hall (Nics 7 basement)
From Ari Fishman ’13:
Do you like brunch? Are you getting sick of Usdan? Do you want to help girls in Kenya become more empowered and educated?
If you answered yes to any and all of these questions, join us Saturday, November 3rd for brunch at Brew Bakers to support SHOFCO. 10% of all proceeds go to Shining Hope for Communities.
THERE WILL BE LIVE MUSIC AROUND LUNCHTIME FROM SOME OF THE CHILLEST AND ILLEST CAMPUS MUSICIANS like…Mel Hsu, Andrew Zingg, Jason Katz, Kelly Lee, Gabe Greenberg, and maybe even Emma Daniels!
Click here learn more about SHOFCO.
Date: Saturday, November 3
Place: Brew Bakers (169 Main St)
Good morning, wonderful people of Wesleyan! Nothin quite takes the edge off of a night of debauchery like a Usdan brunch, amirite? For us Wesleying-ers, however, the surest hangover cure is a liveblog. So we thought, why not combine the two? In the vein of Syed and pyrotechnics’ recent excursion into the real world, I’ll be joined today by many of our newest Wesleying personalities (many of whom I’ll have as much trouble identifying in real life as you do), ready for whatever comes of this crazy Sunday morning.
Triggadale resident Penina Kessler ’15, along with Grace Denton-Spalding ’15, just created a Wesleyan-specific tumblr called Hickeys of Brunch. Says Penina of her Usdan voyeurism:
It’s a project for my Human Sexuality Psych 235 class–I’m tracking fluctuations in season and weekend. Everyone is asked before their picture is taken and allowed to approve the picture before it’s uploaded.
To help Penina on her way to a liberal arts degree, you can probably e-mail her with pics of your bruised neck or find her scoping people’s necks out with her camera phone during Usdan brunch. More hickeys after the jump.
Note: This is by no means an exhaustive list of eating options in Middletown. Many of the restaurants we missed will be featured in a second installment, but feel free to add your own mentions in the comments.
To all the incoming students of Orientation 2012: if you think you are landing in the middle of nowhere, trust me—that is not the case. This is especially true on the culinary side of things, because Middletown is home to many fabulous restaurants. In light of this, we are providing you with a two-part list of some of Wesleyan students’ favorite places to eat in Middletown. Be forewarned, though: this is a (very) incomplete list. See more of Part 1 of this food series after the jump!
Starting tomorrow, we will be holding auditions for The Rowdiest and Raucousest Annual WesTradition®…
Bring a song. Bring a funny monologue. (Both optional.)
Show goes up the weekend of May Third through Fifth.