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3rd Annual Bocce Tournament

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From Elijah Jimenez ’18:

Come and defend your Romance Languages!
No prior Bocce experience necessary. All levels of Romance Languages and Bocce skills welcome!

Bring your WesFest guest(s)!

Bocce is considered the oldest known sport in world history. From Egypt (as early as 5000 B.C.) to Greece (cir. 800 B.C.), the game was then adopted by the Romans and introduced throughout the empire. It is now the third most popular sport in the world next to soccer and Golf.

Date: Wednesday, April 13 – Friday, April 15
Time: 12PM-3PM
Place: Romance Languages and Literatures Common Room/ 300 High Street

 

Transitional Justice – Juries – Constitutions

Oh yeah.

Another interesting talk to fill your dull and lonely day. Catherine Chase ’15 writes in: 

Do you like ancient Greece? Do you want to know what ancient Greece can teach us about contemporary institutional design? Are you interested in going to law school?

Then come hear Professor Adriaan Lanni, all the way from HARVARD LAW SCHOOL, talk it.

Date: Wednesday, February 20
Time: 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Place: Wyllys 112
Price: Free

AEPi Wesleyan T-Shirts for Sale

Wesleyan’s chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity is selling t-shirts all week in Usdan.

Here are some reasons you should buy one:

  • In Greek, the word means nothing, but it looks like English for “Wesleyan.”
  • It’s not the average color for the Wesleyan t-shirt (and that makes it unique!).
  • You will receive a genuine Jewish handshake with every purchase.

T-shirts are $8 a piece.

If you would like to reserve a shirt or if you have any questions, please contact Alex Pack ’14 at apack(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.