Julia Conrad ’14 should really consider submitting this one to the Wesleyan Poster Archive:
It’s your last Tuesday classes of the semester. Come celebrate by stopping by the Biannual Chamber Music Concert. Program includes Haydn, Smetana, Mikuli, and Hoffman.
12 PM. TUESDAY. CROWELL CONCERT HALL. NO TICKET NECESSARY.
Date: Today, May 7
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Facebook: “Maybe attending.”
Lindsay Schapiro ’14 invites you to come get fingered:
Fingers– what exactly are they?– how did they become that shape?– when did we as humans start using them in a sexual capacity?– why do they shake when you hold them out?– why do we crack them and they make a booming sound?– why do we put a circular object on one of them to show others that we are taken?
These are some questions explored through a collaborative theatrical event this week.
From the extremely articulate Coz Deicke ’15:
The ActorsFirst Project is an experimental theater production in which the actors are chosen first, and then the script is written, inspired by the actors. Throughout the process, the script has been workshopped, rewritten, and transformed into the play About Face.
About Face centers around a four characters managing their turbulent relationships in a harsh Virginian winter.
The show is sponsored by Second Stage and is not ticketed. Read after the jump to see when performances are (spoiler later: there’s one tonight at 8pm and two tomorrow at 2pm and 8pm in the Downey House Lounge). BAM.
Good news, coffee
snobs fans! Espwesso’s benevolent dictator Jake Eichengreen ’13 tells us that in one last hurrah before break, Espwesso will be running a special promotion this week. Sunday to Wednesday this week between the hours of 9:00 and 10:30 p.m., members of one class will receive any item on the menu for free, starting Sunday night with Freshman and progressing up to seniors Wednesday night.
So, the schedule will be as follows:
- Sunday: Freshman
- Monday: Sophomores
- Tuesday: Juniors
- Wednesday: Seniors
Remember, kids, this is only between the hours of 9:00 and 10:30. If you don’t frequent Espwesso, you’re missing out on seriously delicious coffee in a seriously cozy spot. Take advantage of this opportunity to get to know the cafe, which is located on the bottom floor of Allbritton.
Professor Jennifer Tucker, acting as the interim director of the Center for the Study of Public Life (CSPL), has arranged a free screening of the new Spielberg film, Lincoln, for this coming Thursday evening to kick things off for the CSPL. If that wasn’t awesome enough, Professor Demetrius Eudell (History and African American Studies) and Professor Elvin Lim (Government) will run a Q&A after the screening on the CSPL’s theme,Lincoln: Politics in the Public Eye.
The screening is set to start at 7:30PM this Thursday, December 6th, at our local Middletown theater in Metro Square. There are only 200 seats available, so go to the Box Office in Usdan now, like, right now, seriously, right now, to get a ticket.
Date: Thursday December 6th
Time: 7:30PM – 10:30PM
Place: Metro Movies 12 (theater in Metro Square off Main Street)
Cost: FREE……EEEEEDOM! No but seriously it’s free.
In the spirit of today’s election (WAIT, there’s an election today?!?!), Angus McLean ’16 has a message for you:
Remember when America had that tired old thing called the Constitution? It may seem a bit old fashioned, but we’re bringin’ it back.
Join the Wes ACLU for a meeting on Thursday to discuss and take action on the pertinent civil liberties issues of today, from privacy to women’s rights to anything you feel like bringing to the table.
If you want to take a metaphorical stand for your rights because you don’t feel like getting off your bed, that’s okay too! Just sign our petition.
Date: Thursday, November 8
Place: Usdan 114
Cost: Freedom isn’t free, but yeah… this is free
Petition: Here, yo
Eric Lopez ’15 doesn’t have free food for you, but he does have free live music:
How to Dress Well (real name Tom Krell) is bringing his beautiful electronica/R&B music to Wesleyan.
Be prepared to fall in love.
Four reasons to come out:
- HTDW for FREE!
- Slolivia spinning all night long.
- Port St. Willow’s smooth sounds.
- Bamenda (Dema!) killin’ it.
From Mari Jarris ’14, a legal source for your New York Times fix:
The WSA is pleased to announce the new online subscription feature of the New York Times Readership Program. In addition to the free paper copies that are available daily in Usdan and outside of Pi Café, students may now access the full online features by registering with your Wesleyan email address at https://myaccount.nytimes.com/verification/edupass. Four hundred students may be signed it at any given time, so please log out when you are not using the site. You will be automatically logged out after twenty-hour hours.
We hope you take advantage of this new service. Please email wsa(at)wesleyan(dot)edu with any questions or feedback.
Hey all you hibernating thesis writers, Hannah Monk ’12 wants you to come out of your carrels:
Thesis got you down? Do you remember the last time you ate a real meal, saw your housemates (or daylight for that matter), or slept more than 2 hours in your bed? Maybe it’s time you re-group and do something good for your body and your mental health. Come to a FREE ZUMBA FITNESS® class and shake and shimmy away some of your stress. There’s nothing like an hour of intense cardio dancing to get your blood and creative juices flowing. Chances are your sanity is already gone, so what else have you got to lose? PS- The Easter Bunny is rumored to love Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias, so he might just be there with treats for anyone that wears pastel/Eastery colors!
Date: Sunday, April 8th
Time: 2:00-3 PM
Place: Fayerweather Dance Rehersal Room
Cost: Free for seniors writing theses/$5 for anyone else who would like to attend