Zaida Garcia ’15 wants you to watch a movie:
This 2007 Mexican-American drama tells the story of a family split by the United States/Mexico Border. Nine-year old Carlitos is separated from his mother, who illegally immigrates to the United States to earn money for her family back in Mexico. Because of oppressive family circumstances, Carlitos also crosses into the United States, in a quest to reunite with his mother. Brought to you by Ajùa Campos in celebration of Latin@ Affirmation Month!
When: Thursday Nov 8, 7:00 pm
Where: Usdan Multi-Purpose Room
Once upon a Foss, there was a freshman, a Long Island native named Sarah Corey ’15, who started a new club. “The Wesleyan Story Co-Op is like the Cheese Co-Op,” Corey declared, “but you don’t get cheese. You get stories instead.” And so it was: a new Wesleyan organization of talkers and listeners, showers and tellers, liers and truthers was born. A co-op of sorts, but not a co-op at all, because there are enough stories for all, and you don’t need to drop 60 points to get in.
The Wesleyan Story Co-Op will be holding its first meeting this Wednesday at 7, though the first story-share won’t take place until next Thursday, December 8:
Come to the first info meeting of Wesleyan’s newest student group! Wesleyan Story Co-op provides an informal setting for members of the Wesleyan community to tell stories.