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Fall Senior Thesis Dance Concert

Another message from CFA Staffer Andrew Chatfield:

A collection of new works presented by senior choreographers as part of their culminating project for the dance major.

Date: Thursday, October 30 through Saturday, November 1, 2014
Time: 8-10 PM
Place: Patricelli ’92 Theater
Cost: $4 Wesleyan students; $5 all others

Audition for STARFALL, A Senior Directing Thesis

From Grace Herman-Holland ’15:

Audition for STARFALL, a senior directing thesis by Grace Herman-Holland.

Remember that one night you made eye contact with the singer of that one band you like and for a second you thought maybe ze was the one? What if you could make that dream come true?

An experiment in actor-audience relationships, STARFALL is the story of star-crossed lovers. And it’s also the story of that one band you like.

Come audition for our party!

History/Theory and Screenplay Presentations

url-4From Emily Brown ’12:

Can’t get enough of film? Want something to tide you over now that the Film Series has closed its doors for the year? Love presentations? The Film Department would like to invite you to our History/Theory and Screenplay Presentations.

5pm–History/Theory Presentation
6pm–Reception
7pm–Screenplay Presentations

Date: Tues, May 6
Time: 5-9 p.m.
Place: Center for Film Studies

Relationships and Emotions Study (with $10 Compensation)

Heather Miura ’14 wants all your feelings for her senior thesis.

Do you want to learn a little more about your relationships with friends and significant others? Why not be paid to do so? Participate in the continuation of the online Relationships and Emotions Study for Heather Miura ’14’s senior thesis and receive $10 compensation for 45 minutes of your time. All responses will be anonymous. Fill out a quick questionnaire by linking to the participation form with your Wesleyan email to see if you’re an eligible candidate. We will be contacting you within a week of your submission with further instructions to proceed with the study. Note: If you have previously participated in the Relationships and Emotions Study, you are no longer eligible to participate.

Link to sign up.

THESISCRAZY 2014 (PART 5): Before the Final Hour

“THIS SLOTH BELIEVES IN YOU.”

The end is nigh. Today at 4 P.M. thesised-out seniors will gather on the steps of Olin and drink champagne. In this fifth installment of THESISCRAZY, we interview nervous and/or already finished (!) thesis writers. For this year’s other THESISCRAZY features, click here, here, here, and here. To see previous years of THESISCRAZINESS, click here.

THESISCRAZY 2014 (PART 4): “Remember, Fascism No-Likey The Women”

photo 1(1) Welcome to the fourth installment of THESISCRAZY 2014, the feature where we interview thesis writers in the midst of their last minute panic. To see our first three THESISCRAZY features for this year, click here, here, and here. To see previous years of THESISCRAZINESS, click here. If you’re interested in doing a THESISCRAZY interview, email staff(at)wesleying(dot)org!

Senior Recital: Richard Choe

You’re invited to a senior music recital by the amazing Richard Choe ’14! Come hear the premiere of Richard’s Symphonic Rhapsody, performed by a full symphony orchestra of friends and musicians from Wesleyan and the Middletown community.

Date: Sunday, April 6
Time: 3:00 PM
Place: Crowell Concert Hall (CFA)
Facebook: EVENT PAGE

I Dream of Zombies: Cinematic Revelations in Apocalypse

Thesis Talk Poster FinalFrom Alice Severs ’15:

Are you fascinated by the undead? Interested in writing a thesis?

The English Majors Committee invites YOU to a reading by Anya Morgan ’14, who will share an excerpt of her work and open the floor to questions afterward.

“In her thesis, Anya examines several iterations of zombie media from Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) to The Walking Dead (2010), unearthing a trajectory of American zombie representation that moves from an exotification of Haitian blackness to a reflection of our own national anxieties about consumerism, non-normative bodies, and epidemic.” Don’t miss out, or we will find you.

Date: Tuesday, March 4
Time: 4:30 – 5:30 PM
Place: Downey 113

Thesis Theater Production-“A la ronda/To the circle”

a la rondaHave some free time this weekend and an itching for the theatre? This honors thesis production might be for you:

The Madres de Plaza de Mayo is a human rights organization formed by the mothers of those who were disappeared during the last Argentine dictatorship, which held power from 1976 to 1983. In partial fulfillment of her Honors Thesis in Theater, Claire Whitehouse ’14 directs five women in an English-language adaptation of their testimonies, which asks the questions: Where is there a place to mourn in a society that refuses to acknowledge that the dead ever existed? And what is our role as foreigners in watching these women in their 35-year march?

Tickets will be made available on the day of each performance at the box office. Off-campus guests may call the box office at 860-685-3355 after 10am to reserve tickets to be held in their names until fifteen minutes prior to curtain. On-campus guests must pick up their tickets at the box office. There is a two-ticket limit per person for free ticketed events.

Dates: Thursday, February 27 through Saturday, March 1
Time: 8-10 PM each day
Place: Patricelli ’92 Theater
Cost: FREE! (Tickets required)