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Blocktoberfest

From Talia Baurer ’15:

This Saturday at 1 PM, party it up in the Fountain backyards daytime-style—at our October block party!

Things that will exist at this event:

  • food
  • music (to play, email mfinlayson(at)wesleyan(dot)edu)
  • pumpkin carving
  • tie-dye
  • face painting
  • giant bubbles
  • YOU!
  • the woodframe and Fauver CAs behaving like this

Come out to enjoy the backyards and our Wes community before hibernation season!

Date: Saturday, October 11th, 2014
Time: 1–4PM
Place: Fountain/Pine Backyards
Cost: Free!

Weekend Recap: Jurassic, Foam, and More

Unfortunately, this weekend did not start on a Wednesday given the tropical downpour that trapped Nest-goers indoors because their housemates thought the rain a good excuse to curl up and watch Dexter. Thursday passed in the same depressing mode, but Wesleyan stepped up to the plate on Friday, serving up a rowdy crowd at the packed Jurassic Park screening at the Goldsmith Family Cinema. Enthusiastic sophomore Trevor Dorn-Wallenstein ’15 even dressed the part in a dino onesie. Good for him.

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An hour after movie-goers stumbled out of the family cinema, people began to congregate at Senior Fauver and whatever silent party was going on on Fountain. Digression: What is up with Fountain this year? Where are the fun parties?

Final Big Dog BarberSesh at 57 Fountain

big dog barbershopLast chance to get yr hair did at 57 Fountain this semester, by Sam Cartwright-Punnet ‘11 and/or Gabby Weinrott ‘11 (not pictured).

Unisex haircuts, $5 a pop. Walk down to the porch on Fountain playing ragtime or smooth jazz.

Yeah it’s cold, maybe we will have a space heater or something.

Date: Friday, December 11
Time: 1-3 pm
Place: 57 Fountain
Cost: $5/ haircut

Saturday Haircuts

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Sam Cartwright-Punnet ‘11 and Gabby Weinrott ‘11 (not pictured) are once again cutting heads Saturday afternoon, 3-5 on the front porch of 57 Fountain.

Unisex haircuts, $5 a pop. Walk down Fountain and listen for the ragtimey music. Parents welcome!

Date: Saturday, November 7
Time: 3-5 pm
Place: 57 Fountain
Cost: $5/ haircut

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Big Dog Barbershop, 57 Fountain

DSC_1817Sam Cartwright-Punnet ‘11 and Gabby Weinrott ‘11 (not pictured) are once again cutting heads Friday afternoon, 1-3 on the front porch of 57 Fountain.

Unisex haircuts, $5 a pop. Walk down Fountain and listen for the ragtimey music.

Date: Friday
Time: 1-3 pm
Place: 57 Fountain
Cost: $5/ haircut

57 Fountain: Cutting More Heads

haircutAfter last fortnight’s success, tonsorial artist Sam Cartwright-Punnet ‘11 is once again offering $5 haircuts on the porch of 57 Fountain, Friday afternoon from 1-3 pm.

Coiffeuse-in-training Gabrielle Weinrott ’11 makes it a unisex venture this week, with free haircuts.

Follow the ragtimey music down Fountain between 1 and 3.

Date: Friday, October 9
Time: 1-3 pm
Place: 57 Fountain, makeshift barber shop
Cost: $5/ haircut from Sam, free from Gabrielle

57 Fountain: We Cut Heads

norman rockwell barberLooking for a quality haircut for not a lot of cash?

Sam Cartwright-Punnet ’11 is offering $5 haircuts on the porch of 57 Fountain on Friday afternoon. Just walk up Fountain between 3 and 5 and follow the ragtimey music.

Date: Friday, September 25th
Time: 3-5 pm
Place: 57 Fountain
Cost: $5/ haircut

Town-gown relations: moving forward

At last night’s Middletown Public Safety Committee meeting, Common Council member Thomas Serra recommended a good way to build positive relations between students and the city—one that is apparently already on the books but not being followed.

According to Ed McKeon of The Middletown Eye:

Commission member Thomas Serra suggested that the city follow a resolution passed in 1990 which requires a monthly meeting between the city, represented by the mayor, the majority council leader, the minority council leader, the president of Wesleyan, the student assembly leader and a member of the public.