Course Description Instruction in the classical dance of central Java will begin with the basic movement vocabulary and proceed to the study of dance repertoires. At the end of the semester, an informal recital will be arranged with the accompaniment of live gamelan music. No previous dance experience necessary.
Taught by Professor Pamardi Tjiptopradongo
Trained in both classical and contemporary Javanese theatrical and dance forms, Pamardi is a prominent dancer and choreographer from the renowned Institute of the Arts in Surakarta, Java, Indonesia; he is considered one of the preeminent performers of both refined and strong form of Javanese dance. Pamardi has extensive performance experience in Indonesia, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, China, India, Europe and the United States, and has taught? ?dance in Indonesia, Japan, and the United States.
A lot of this is recycled text (thx Maya) from recycled text from two years ago (thx Samira), but here are some tips and guidelines for submitting your events!
Did you know that we post events? Wondering if you should submit your event? Well, you should! Wesleying gets anywhere from 1,000 to 7,000 views per day as of late. Submitting your event to be posted here is good for ~exposure~ and also a way to reach different audiences than those reached by Facebook’s weird algorithm that somehow never made “A WesAdmits Haunting – Back2(Pre-)Frosh ’17 Simulacrum Spook” appear in my newsfeed.
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1985. Argentina. Dir: Luis Puenzo. With Norma Aleandro. 112 min.
In the waning days of Argentina’s military rule, a wealthy woman suspects her adopted daughter might have been forcibly taken from a family of political dissidents and “disappeared” by the government. She seeks to uncover how much her privilege was built on the suffering of others, and whether some justice can yet be realized.
Interested in making a difference in the Middletown community through a Wesleyan course? Apply for Wesleyan’s Community Research Seminar! Held in the spring semester and open to all juniors and seniors of ALL MAJORS.
In this 1.5 credit sociology class, small teams of students will carry out research projects submitted by local community groups and agencies. These may involve social science, natural science, or arts and humanities themes. Working with the community groups themselves, the teams will design and implement research projects throughout Middlesex County. Last year’s projects included determining the levels of food insecurity among Middletown children compared to children in nearby towns, and working with the North End Action Team (NEAT) to understand what improvements residents of the North End have seen in response to NEAT’s efforts as well as what issues continue to remain that need to be addressed.
Three recent alumni and one current senior discuss their experiences in writing and public advocacy on campus (and out in the big bad world) in regards to gender, sexuality, sexual trauma, and activism. Each panelist will give a brief talk or reading, followed by a Q&A.
Featuring Ella Dawson ’14, Karmenife Paulino ’16, Chloe Murtagh ’15, and Cade Leebron ’14.
Presented by the Adelphic Educational Fund. Sponsored by the English and FGSS Departments.
Date: TODAY, November 7th Time: 3pm Place: Downey 113 Facebook event:HERE HERE HERE
A lot of this is recycled text from last year (thx Samira), but here are some tips and guidelines for submitting your events!
HEY WESLEYAN ! We love posting your events, but we get a lot of them. If you want your meeting/audition/application deadline/concert/thing posted to Wesleying on time, please use this form here. The beginning of the year is especially busy which makes our inbox quickly burst at the seams, so it helps if you submit your event at least 4 or 5 days in advance.
JDS Therapeutics is an innovative pharmaceutical and nutraceutical start-up that launched in November 2011 by two highly accomplished entrepreneurs. JDS Therapeutics develops and commercializes natural bioactive compounds for the treatment of human disease and improved quality of life. The company is on the smaller side with tremendous
aspirations. JDS will be looking to fill 2 different types of roles at both a full-time and internship level.
We are recruiting seniors for the entry-level Business Analyst and Scientific Affairs Analyst positions. We are looking for sophomores and juniors to fill our Summer Business Analyst and Scientific Affairs Summer Analyst internship roles. Job descriptions are currently live on the Career Center website for each of the positions.
Date: TODAY– Tuesday, February 3rd Time: 7PM – 8PM Place: Career Center, 41 Wyllys
It ain’t much, but it’s something! Image c/o Wesleyan University
So, it snowed for the first time last night. I’m assuming this means that winter has started, which is a little scary, but the events of this weekend are making it easier to process. There are many awesome things going on, including cultural shows, dancing shows and performing bands.
Have you ever been to Wesleyan’s annual Take Back the Night Event? If you haven’t, you absolutely should. The event is organized by the group Students for Consent and Communication (SFCC), and this year’s event will be held on Thursday, April 24 at 7 pm on Foss Hill. I recently caught up with the Co-Presidents of SFCC, Caillin Puente ’15 and Nina Gurak ’16, to learn more about Take Back the Night. If you think that you have more important things to do at 7 pm on Thursday, hopefully this post will change your mind.
The co-presidents informed me that Take Back the Night (TBTN) is a global movement, as annual demonstrations are held in thirty countries worldwide. In fact, the event is organized by the Take Back the Night charitable foundation that was established in 1999. Puente described the organization’s mission in broad terms: “Take Back the Night is a global movement to end sexual violence. Also, it aims to stop the silence and eliminate the shame surrounding crimes of sexual assault and sexual violence. It’s been around since the 1970s.” In fact, the first Take Back the Night event was held in Philadelphia in 1975 after a female scientist was murdered while walking home alone. Puente stated that the event now occurs annually on college campuses, cities, and in other settings. “It’s about shedding some light on the subject and bringing communities together.”