Located at the Alpha Delta Phi House
DINNER- 5:00- 6:45
FIRST THREE FRESHMEN EAT FREE EVERY DAY!!!
Fundraising Week at the Star and Crescent
In the wake of the election, we at the S&C want to extend an invitation to anyone feeling scared, frustrated, or outright angry. We have always endeavored to try and make the restaurant a safe, comfortable space that promotes dialogue and discussion over some tasty food. But, it is more important now than ever to make a concerted effort to support the marginalized communities most affected by recent events. Therefore, this week, we will be collecting donations for a different charity at every meal (of course, any and all contributions to these fundraisers are optional and left to your discretion). If you cannot make it to one of the week’s fundraisers, but would still like to contribute, we will post links to the sites where you can donate to the organizations directly. We hope you will join us in breaking bread and spreading awareness about a few wonderful causes.
Descriptions of the organizations and their websites are listed at the bottom.
We are happy to announce the Star and Crescent’s first ever Hell Night! Inspired by the famously fiery feasts of the Cambridge restaurant East Coast Grill, we hope to bring together Wesleyan’s lovers of spicy food for a truly special meal. While we guarantee we can challenge even the most seasoned heat-eaters with our spiciest options, there will be something for almost everyone (with that being said, all options will be at least mildly spicy, meaning there will not be non-spicy dining options). So if you like your food to have a kick, this is the meal for you!
Yum! A delicious invitation from the amazing Eva Steinberg ’17:
Start off this year right with our first Challah for Hunger sale of the year!! We will be selling challah on Friday from 11-2 on the first floor of Exley. All proceeds go to local and international hunger charities. This month our flavors are: plain, cinnamon-sugar, and cranberry! Loaves range from $3-$5.
Date: Friday, September 19th Time: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Place: Exley Science Center, first floor Cost: $3 – $5
A delicious message coming to you from the extraordinary Eva Steinberg ’17:
Pre-finals stress eating just got SIGNIFICANTLY tastier!! Come by Exley this Friday for Challah for Hunger’s last sale of the semester!!! All proceeds go to charity (it’s a win-win situation for humanity AND your stomach!). Bring cash!! This round, we’re finishing up strong with PLAIN, CINNAMON-SUGAR, and CRANBERRY! See you there!
Date: Friday, May 2nd Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Place: Exley Science Center Cost: $3 – $4
A delicious invitation, courtesy of the amazing Eva Steinberg ’17:
What better way to celebrate the impending onslaught of matzo then with challah?! Come on Friday to Exley to buy some of everyone’s favorite braided treat! All proceeds go to charity (half to relief for the genocide in Darfur, half to local organizations that focus on feeding the hungry). This month our flavors are plain and cinnamon bun!
Date: Friday, April 4 Time: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Place: Exley Science Center, first floor Cost: $2 – $3 per challah
Come and buy some challah! All proceeds go to charity (half to relief for the genocide in Darfur, half to local organizations that focus on feeding the hungry). This month our flavors are: plain, chocolate chip, and cinnamon bun!
Date: Friday, February 21 (tomorrow!) Time: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM Place: Exley Science Center, First Floor Cost: $2 – $3 per challah
Four funky bands want you to DANCE YRSELF (to a) CLEAN (record). Come think about mass incarceration while you’re dancing. Come think about educating prisoners while you’re dancing. Come think about the prison industrial complex while you’re dancing. Come support the Wesleyan Center for Prison Education at Psi U.
FEAT: SKY BARS; HONEYLUNG; DON FROOT; ARI & ARIAN.
Date: TONIGHT Time: Doors open at 9:30 Place: Psi U Cost: $3
Courtesy of the appropriately-named Jordan Feingold-Link ’16:
AEPi is hosting a SSBM tournament to raise money for charity. Prizes start at $50 for first and $25 for second, however they will increase as more people enter. Matches will be held evenings in the Butterfield A lounge.
Zack Sulsky ’13 sends in a note about an intriguing songwriting project with a call for submissions. Protest singers, take note:
I am seeking submissions for a new album of original songs about meaningful things. Each songwriter who submits a recording will be asked to choose a charity that they would like their songs to fund. It is my hope that the songs themselves will relate to these charities, so we can contribute not only money, but also serious thought and discourse to the issues that we, the songwriters, care about.
The album will be released in early September, so songwriters have until the end of August to submit songs. Please contact me (zsulsky@wes) if you have any interest in participating. I am looking forward to hearing what this talented community of musicians comes up with.