You’re probably stuffed full after beccahope’s list of Middletown Eateries, but that was only Part One. Only amateurs stop eating after Part One, because obviously Part Two is more delicious and has funnier pictures. By the time this list is done with you, you’re going to be an expert on Middletown, CT’s wonderful array of om nom nommeries. Check out the glorious Part Two after the jump!
Alma Super-Eccentric ’14 is just that cool:
Come join workers at Wesleyan, WesDEF, and USLAC for the Worker’s Day Picnic!
12pm on the Lawn by 200 Church.
Come and meet our campus workers and enjoy a meal with them. We will also have a facilitated conversation where our fellow students and workers will share their stories. Feel free to bring your friends and food.
Date: Today, May 3
Time: Noon (90 minutes!)
Place: 200 Church
CRITICAL UPDATE: Wesleying has just learned via SMS that the lunch will be provided by Iguanas Ranas. Awwwwwwww snap.
Adding on to yesterday’s Middletown Eateries, Part 1, here is the prophesied Part
2 Deux. Keeping the theme, we will now proudly feature pictures of Joe Biden eating a sandwich. Avid readers might be graced with a hyperlinked gem of the two big dogs eating sandwiches at the same time. Read past the jump for the delicious Middletown taste-bud orgy dispensers.
Eat away your Saturday with the Cinco de Mayo Junior Village Yard Party!
Ross Wells Gormley ’13 took a break from his
Franzia studying to bring you breaking news:
Come get free Iguanas Ranas at the LoRise Courtyard this evening. DJ sets from McKenzii Webster ’13 and Brewster Lee ’13 will keep the fiesta going straight from 5:30 to 7:00. Sponsored by the 2013 Class Council.
Date: Saturday, May 5
Time: 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm [5:30-6:15 McKenzii Webster ’13; 6:15-7:00 Brewster Lee ’13]
Place: LoRise Courtyard
Rachel “Big Mama” Levenson ’12 wants y’all to know:
Come engage in a dialogue about what works and what doesn’t in international development. Hear from researchers, alumni and students about their successes and challenges in fields that include public health, education, and technology.
Check out the finalized schedule here!
Date: Saturday, February 18th
Time: 9:30am-5:00pm (feel free to come and go as you please)
Place: 41 Wyllys Avenue, or Old Squash Courts, or that building with the career center in it
Free, no registration required; Free breakfast, (Iguanas Ranas) lunch, and book for those who arrive by 10am.
Mmm. Iguanas Ranas.
[Notice: Earlier this post’s title mistakenly mentioned that this event is tomorrow. It is not! It is on Saturday. YAY YAY YAY]
From Ann Tanasi of the History Department, FREE FOOD FREE FOOD FREE FOOD ALERT:
Professor Smolkin-Rothrock will speak about her research on Soviet “scientific atheism” in the archives of Moscow’s Institute of Marxism-Leninism, the archive of the central organs of the Soviet Communist party. Come learn about the relationship of archival documents to the lives of their subjects and strategies for filling in the gaps in the official record.
Iguanas Ranas lunch. Sponsored by the History Department.
Date: Thursday, October 27
Time: Noon – 1:00 pm
Place: Allbritton 311