Sonia Max ’17 writes in:
Please join us on on Friday afternoon for a student panel on mental health. The main portion of the event will feature six students speaking about their experiences of living with mental illness. Following the panel we will have period of Q&A and discussion.
There will be light refreshments! This panel is brought to you by Active Minds at Wes.
Date: Friday, April 29 — TODAY
Time: 4:30-6 PM
Place: Allbritton 103
From Zaida Garcia ’15:
What does it meant to be Latin@ in the United States? Some of us are “fresh off the boat” and some of us have never visited Latin America. Some speak Spanish fluently and others don’t. Being Latin@ encompasses a wide range of countries, races, and experiences, and yet many of us feel connected to each other. Come explore the meaning of “Latinidad” and identity with student panelists Oscar Parajon ’16, Giselle Torres ’16, Daniel Lee ’16, Wesley Close ’15, Andrew Martin ’15, Jay Benedith ’14, and Mary Diaz ’14. Also come eat some yummy homemade refreshments!
Date: TODAY, November 13th
Time: 7PM – 8PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 114
Ethnic Studies Week proudly presents keynote speaker Dr. Vijay Prashad, academic badass:
Professor of International Studies and Chair in South Asian History at Trinity College, Vijay Prashad is the author of 11 books, including The Darker Nations (2007), Keeping up with the Dow Joneses (2003. Two of his books, Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting (2002), and The Karma of Brown Folk (2000) were chosen by the Village Voice as books of the year.
He will be coming to Wesleyan October 3rd to speak on “The End of Multiculturalism and the Persistence of Racism,” as part of Ethnic Studies Week. There will be a quick Q&A session afterward, and food and refreshments will be provide. We hope to see you there!
This event is sponsored by the Adelphic Educational Fund.
- Date: October 3rd (tomorrow!)
- Time: 8pm
- Place: Allbritton 311 (top floor
- Cost: He’s a Marxist