From our lovely history buff Shannon Welch ’14:
Goodbye Lenin is a tragicomedy about a young man who must recreate East German culture when his mother comes out of a coma after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Come check out the first of many History Department sponsored film screenings with a discussion led by Professor Erik Grimmer-Solem, and free Thai food!
Date: Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Place: PAC 001
Cost: FREE THAI FOOD!
Renee Dunn ’14 writes in:
Certified and interested in being a member of the WesBAM! team? Take a moment to check out the instructor application, found here.
Applications are due by August 16 at 5 p.m. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to shoot us an email at wesbodyandmind(at)gmail(dot)com. You can also reach manager, Renee Dunn ’14, directly at rdunn(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
Deadline: August 16
Well, folks. That’s it for me.
After three semesters of incoherent, irreverent, and irresponsible blogging, I’m finally calling it quits. As of this post, I’m officially retiring. Of course, I wish it wasn’t so, but I’m old, and Wesleyan’s making me give up my senior house.
It has been an absolute, absolute pleasure to serve this community – I can think of very few greater joys. Thanks Zach and Manwar-Battewar, thank you very much for letting me into the family. And thanks to all y’all – you crazy-ass Weskids – for all your wonderful insanities.
(Also, quick shout-out to Mel ’13, Katya ’13, and the other WesRave organizers for what was just about the greatest damn thing ever. That, I think, is pretty much as good as it is ever going to get. Thank you, sincerely, from the bottom of my cold, black heart.)
Right – I’m going to wrap it up here. Don’t wanna outstay my welcome. If I don’t see you, or indeed if I don’t know you, have a great life. And keep fighting the good fight, Wes.
This is Nick Quah ’12, commonly known as frostedmoose, signing off.