An invitation from the incredible Eva Steinberg ’17:
Want to learn about farming in all its cultural, societal, and practical glory? Have you always wanted to explore the one and only Long Lane Farm but just can’t figure out when to get there? Curious as to why there are so many people in overalls with dirt on their clothes?
Then come to farum‘s informational meeting this Tuesday! We will be talking about what’s going down this semester, and how you can be a part of it!
Hope to see you there!
Date: Tuesday, January 27th
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Sophie Massey ’15 writes in about an information session for a new student forum this fall:
Come learn more about what Critical University Studies is! There will also be copies of the syllabus and course texts available. We will solidify the time the course will meet, and begin to figure out who will be enrolled in the course. The information session will be on Sunday September 7th at 7:30 PM in PAC 002.
Student Forum by Hana Elion ’15 is meeting!
Student forum “The Songwriter’s Forum: Collaboration and the Creative Process [MUSC419]” will be having its first meeting on Thursday, September 4th in the music studios lobby at 4:30pm. We will be discussing the forum, choosing what times it will be held, and answering questions! It’s a full credit! Email helion_[at]_wes for more information.
Time: TODAY, 4:30pm-5:30pm
Place: Music Studios Lobby
From Yiyang Wang ’15:
You probably know who Hillary Clinton, Judith Butler, and Gloria Steinem are, but what about Janice Raymond, Shirley Chisholm, and Emma Goldman?
If you’re interested in learning about these incredible trailblazers in feminism along with other radical and marginalized narratives in the feminist movement, come to the interest meeting for FGSS 419, “Collective Feminist Memory.”
Date: Wednesday, September 3rd
Time: 8 PM
Location: 41 Wyllys Room 112
** Full disclosure: The writer of this post is one of the leaders for this forum, who just also happens to write for Wesleying. He promises you an extremely biased post.**
Interested in entrepreneurship? Curious as to what entrepreneurship is, who entrepreneurs are, or how they go about being said entrepreneur?
Come to the interest meeting for the Spring ’14 student forum, Out of Practice, Into Theory: Entrepreneurship Studies 101, co-led by Alex Cantrell ’14 and Katya Sapozhnina ’16. For more information, check out the syllabus here, and apply here.
Date: Wednesday, January 29th
Time: 7 PM
Place: Allbritton 103
The almost too-friendly-to-function Bryan Garrett-Farb ’14 wants to learn you something:
This half credit student forum engages with the work of Alan Watts, a
beat generation philosopher who popularized Zen Buddhism, Daoism, and Hinduism in the West. The class will read and discuss Watts’ work and the work of other related thinkers. It will also provide a framework
for students to implement Watts’ philosophy into their lives through
practice. To learn more, please come to one of two intro sessions this
week. Tuesday 1-28 at 6 pm in Allbritton 004 and Thursday 1-30 at 6 pm
in Allbritton 304. Please email me if you are interested in showing up
so I can let you know of any changes to time or location.
Date: Tuesday, January 28th and Thursday, January 30th
Place: Allbritton 004 and Allbritton 304, respectively
Manon Lefevre ’14 and Will Wiebe ’14, current title-holders for Longest Student Forum Name, write in to explain what “Building Resilient Landscape Systems: The Intersection of Deep Ecology and Sustainable Landscape Design” is all about:
By this point, you’ve probably realized that Foss Hill wasn’t always a giant lawn.
Our student forum will explore how traditional landscape design mediates our relationship with the natural environment, expressing and reinforcing our anthropocentric worldview. We will consider alternative techniques to monocultivated ecosystems through the study of plant architecture and soil ecology, philosophies of permaculture, and practical maintenance and design work on Wesleyan’s own two permaculture sites, in the WestCo Courtyard and in the Butts.
This forum will encourage a holistic approach to sustainable landscape design, and, hopefully, help you develop a hands-on appreciation for the environment you inhabit.
Date: Wednesday, January 29th
Location: UOC, 190 High St.
From Noelle Hiam ’15 and Rachel Lindy ’15:
Do you eat food? Ever wonder where your food comes from? Are you interested in animals rights and/or environmental or social justice? If so, come to the interest meeting for the Food Justice, Sustainability, and Sovereignty forum this Monday evening at 7:00. There will be free snacks.
Date: Monday, January 27
Time: 7 PM – 8:30 PM
Place: Usdan 108
This just in from Kate “Millett” Weiner ’15 about a student forum that will interest people who like talking about sexual politics at parties:
Are you a person in this world? Do you want equal rights for everyone?
Then congratulations, you’re a feminist! We’re so happy for you!
Come learn more about what this means and what we can do at a brief interest meeting this upcoming Tuesday, January 28th, at 6 p.m. in Albritton 101. We’ll be talking about potential subjects, such as street harassment, race and representation,body hair, and radical homemaking, as well as collaborative projects, including a feminist music festival and blogging.
If you have any questions/comments/suggestions contact kweiner[at]wesleyan[dot]edu and lmyers[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.
Date: Tuesday, January 28
Time: 6 p.m.
Place: Albritton 103