Do you want a lil more poetry in your life? Here’s an event for you!
Jess Rizkallah is a Lebanese-American writer / illustrator / coffee slinger living and often performing poems in Boston, where several people on the facebook event are sad this event is not taking place.
Jess is a recent graduate from Lesley University who publishes chapbooks with lots of other cool humans at Pizza Pi Press & is the founder and editor of Maps for Teeth, a blog and literary magazine about “heritage, culture, community, hometown, neighborhood, environment – anything or place from the outside that has found its way in.”
Jess’ poetry is published in some places on the internet and on paper but she’s most proud of being featured next to her Jido’s rocking chair. Expert Emotional Crier Because Whales. Official Friend To Anyone With A Story They Want To Tell About Grandparents. She make zines and wants to read yours.
there will be POEMS, elephants, and probably FOOD
Date: Thursday, March 31
Place: Malcolm X House
Now that I’ve got your attention, join WWIB for a screening of “The Internship” and FREE pizza from Mondo !!!!!!! Everyone is welcome and this is a perfect way to save those last meals!
Date: Friday, December 4
Time: 6 – 8 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 112
From the History Department:
Interested in History? Considering a history major or minor? Come to the History Open House. Meet students and faculty. Discuss potential careers and enjoy a Pizza Lunch!
Date: Tuesday, November 3
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Place: CSS Lounge, PAC, 4th Floor
this is a lovely picture of pizza
International and other bilingual students are invited to share a pizza dinner while learning more about resources and support services available on campus. This is an excellent opportunity to hear about the Writing Workshop and Writing Mentor Programs, receive advice about course selection from Professors Anne Greene and Alice Hadler, meet other non-native English speakers, and eat delicious pizza. For more information about Writing Programs services, visit www.wesleyan.edu/writing.
Date: Thursday, September 3
Time: 5-6:30 p.m.
Place: The Daniel Family Commons (on the top floor of the Usdan University
CSS alumnus Jonathan Bush ’93 has seen the health care industry from all angles, first as an EMT and Army medic, then as a consultant, and now as one of the most successful social entrepreneurs in the industry. He believes that the health care field is broken, and he is using his Wesleyan education to fix it.
During this lunch, Jonathan will talk about his post-Wes journey and his current work as the co-founder, CEO, and President of athenahealth. Staff from athenahealth (including Derek Lukin ’13) will also be on site to talk about job and internship opportunities for Wesleyan students. Pizza will be served.
Register and read more about Jonathan here.
Date: Wednesday, May 6
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Place: Olson Commons, Wesleyan Career Center, 41 Wyllys Avenue
From Russell Goldman ’17:
A new play written and directed by Russell Goldman and Mitchell Stone
Inspired by the album “SMiLE” by Brian Wilson
Music Director: Jacob Feder
Stage Manager: Celina Gray Bernstein
Assistant Stage Manager: Alison Silverstein
Presented by Second Stage
Who’s hungry? SMiLETIME, a modern parable for troubling times, follows a German matriarch who creates the most successful non-chain fast food restaurant in central Ohio. The restaurant skyrockets to fame after appearing on Guy Fieri’s “Diners Drive-Ins and Dives” and plummets to
one-star Yelp reviews after Auntie Stein’s unexplained disappearance. Now, in the face of a special surprise Auntie left behind, the employees of SMiLEtime must deal with their own insecurities as they confront a greater truth.
and introducing Josh Weiner as Guy Fieri
Set Design: Phillip Heilbron
Light Design: Maia Golden
Costume Design: Sofie Rose Somoroff
Prop Design: Emily Feher
Sound Design: Griffin Deary
Choreography: Sara Feldman
Master Carpenter: Henry Lombino
Master Electrician: Nola Werlinich
Publicity: Anthony Dean
WARNING: This play contains “objectionable” content that is not recommended for viewers under 18.
Have a great day!
Date: Tonight, Saturday February 28
Time: 8 PM
Place: Westco Cafe
Cost: Free! Come whenever
Are unpaid internships exploitative, or is free labor a fair trade for a learning experience? Why do businesses and organizations hire unpaid interns, and should students accept these positions? Who wins and loses in a society where unpaid internships are permitted?
We will consider these questions and more over pizza tomorrow at Allbritton Talks, a new conversation series addressing current events, controversial issues, and the enduring questions of public life. If you’ve got a hot-button issue or ethical quandary you’d like to pick apart as a group, send your suggestions to scapron(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.
This series is sponsored by the Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life.
Date: Friday, January 30
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Place: Allbritton 311
From Anders Dohlman ’15:
Come to the year’s first meeting of the Undergraduate Math Club! We’ll be hearing from five of your fellow students who did math-related research or internships this summer about their work, how they found their programs, and what the experience was like. Their projects included math research here at Wesleyan and at other universities, mathematical biology research, and statistical work at a consulting firm. If you’re interested in internships or summer research related to math, or if you just want to hear what some of your fellow students have been up to, be sure to come! Pizza and drinks will be provided!
Date: Thursday, September 11th, 2014
Place: Woodhead Lounge
From Veronica Birdsall ’15:
COME ENJOY SOME FABULOUS PIZZA AND HEAR FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCES FROM A PANEL OF FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS AT WESLEYAN!
Date: Tues, April 29
Time: 5 p.m.
Place: 41 Wyllys Rm 114
Interested in the Writing Certificate? Feeling peckish?
Stop by 41 Wyllys room 115 at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 3 to learn about the Writing Certificate from Prof. Anne Greene, Director of the Writing Certificate, and to procure some piping-hot oven-baked pizza.
The Writing Certificate is open to students from all majors and offers you a change to develop your writing in many forms, both creative and critical. Poetry, fiction, screenwriting, playwriting, biography, science writing, political and literary journalism, and academic writing for nonspecialists—your Writing Certificate experience could include all this and more.
Pizza will be served.
Date: Thursday, April 3
Time: 4:30 p.m.
Location: 41 Wyllys, room 115