Rebecca Wyzan ’15 offers free food and free puns:
Do you take your papusas with kimchi? Ever wonder why gumbo isn’t always made with Polish sausage? Don’t know why you should ever have to choose naan over injera? Is your idea of a well rounded meal enchiladas and sashimi? WE GOT YOU!
Come to the MIX Mixer (pun always intended) Potluck, bring delightfully and experimentally mixed cuisine (or not, you can just bring hummus), and mingle with some damn fine multiracial, multiethnic, and multicultural folks.
If you are interested in becoming more involved with MIX this semester or just want to know what we’re all about, drop by and show us some love!
Date: Today, March 1
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: 200 Church
You’ve been waiting. I’ve been waiting. We’ve all been waiting. But thankfully, our trembling arms that pine so hard that intravenous needle full of our drug of choice (DJ mixes) can rest easily as we get our fix and feel this overwhelming euphoria flowing through our veins while casually avoiding an overdose.
DJ Crook$hanks’ August Mix has dropped. And it features album artwork that a reverse Google image search has led me to believe depicts a young Terry Melcher and his mother Doris Day.
All loving joking aside, this month’s mix from the prolific Wesleyan DJ and in-every-band musician, Adrien DeFontaine ’13, arrived a few days ago and is filled with many things I haven’t heard of but also names I recognize like Ginuwine and Boys Noise. It’s already received comments like, “dope,” “Solid!!!,” and “great work by Crook$hanks this August Mix is so good.” Blast this one at your next party, freshmen.
Stream below, and check out each one of Crook$hanks’ past mixes from the year here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. Tracklisting after the jump.
May Lee Watase ’13 and MIX invite you to check out a potluck picnic in celebration of Loving Day this afternoon!
Loving Day celebrates the legalization of interracial marriage after the 1967 Supreme Court case, Loving v. Virginia. Loving Day was founded to commemorate this historical milestone and “to fight racial prejudice through education and to build multicultural community”.
MIX (Wesleyan’s mixed heritage student group) and Loving Day founder, Ken Tanabe, are hosting a potluck picnic lunch this Saturday, April 23 from 1:30-4pm. Faculty, students, friends and families welcome! Hope to see you there!
When: TODAY April 23rd
Where: Shapiro Writing Center on 3rd floor of Allbritton
Time: 1:30- 4pm
May Lee Watase ’13 invites you to the first MIX meeting of the year this Saturday in the Multipurpose room at Usdan (in the basement by WesStation) at 4pm!
MIX stands for:
M ixed heritage
X cross cultural
MIX is a student group dedicated to:
-promoting awareness about mixed heritage experiences
-providing a safe place for people to self-identify
-discussing ideas and experiences about mixed-heritage in a supportive environment
Don’t have mixed feelings about coming to this mixer!
Date: Saturday, Sept. 25
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Place: Multipurpose Room in Usdan (in the basement!)