Leo Enverga ’14 offers another way to help out with relief efforts:
A benefit show is being held after Thanksgiving, bringing together different facets of the Wes performance scene (a capella, dance, bands, cultural performances, etc.), in support of Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts in the Philippines!
Come to today’s meeting at 9PM in Usdan 110 to find out more about the event, to volunteer and to confirm your group’s involvement!
Two ways to help with this event:
– Volunteer! We’ll need help keeping the event running smoothly, promoting and raising awareness for the typhoon and ways to help during the event, and advertising.
– Perform! We’re having a variety of performers, so please don’t hesitate to join the show’s program! We’re showing the world that all sides of Wes care.
Thanks for your help!
Date: Today, November 20, 2013
Time: 9PM – 10PM
Place: Usdan 110
An important message from Leo Enverga ’14:
The Philippines was struck by Super Typhoon Haiyan, displacing 670,000 people from their homes and affecting approximately 11 million people.
Join PINOY, Wesleyan’s Filipino Club, in raising money for UNICEF. Your support will help provide shelter, clean water and food for children in need.
HOW TO HELP:
1) We will be accepting donations downstairs at Usdan during lunch and dinner. “Walang Iwanan” wristbands come with a minimum donation of $5!
2) If you would prefer to donate online, you can do so by following this link: donate!
Please email Leo at fenverga(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for any inquiries or finding out how to help with Wesleyan’s relief efforts.
Date: November 15-December 8, 2013
Time: 11AM – 8PM
Cost: By donation, any amount
A message from Maeve Russell ’14:
Thai food is Thai fun at Typhoon on Main Street in Middletown! 15% of proceeds go to The Kibera School for Girls through SHOFCO-Wesleyan!
Lunch and dinner through Saturday 11/16
Lunch 11:30-3 PM
Dinner 3-9 PM
Typhoon does takeout if you’re in a rush. AND is BYOB.
We all know everyone is running out of points so why not get your Thai on this weekend, all weekend?!
Date: November 15-16, 2013
Time: 11:30-9 PM
Place: Typhoon Restaurant (360 Main Street)
Cost: the price of your delicious meal
YO YO YO
Ari Fishman ’13 wants you, your friends, and possible pre-frosh to enjoy some Typhoon this week:
Hungry for some Typhoon this Wesfest? Bored and ran out of ways to convince your prefrosh to come to Wes instead of Vassar? Want some 4/20 munchies?
WEDNESDAY (4/17) – SATURDAY (4/20)
Lunch AND Dinner at TYPHOON!
Mosey on down to Typhoon for some delicious Thai food Wednesday through Saturday! 10% of profits go to SHOFCO to support the sassy future 4th grader girls of the Kibera School for Girls in Nairobi!
When: Wednesday (April 17th) – Saturday (April 20th) LUNCH AND DINNER
Cost: Whatever you order, yum yum yum
From Tali Robbins ’15:
Join us this December 1 for a screening of “The Other City” in honor of World AIDS Day.
Not far from the White House, the Capitol, and the National Mall lies a part of Washington, DC that the tourists never see and the mainstream media virtually ignores. At least three percent of DC is HIV positive, a staggering rate higher than parts of Africa. Behind all the stories of heartbreak, loss, and struggle there are also the incredible, encouraging stories of the people behind grassroots movements to extend education, combat stigmas, and spread hope.
Come, watch, eat free Typhoon dinner, and remember to wear red!
Date: Saturday, December 1
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Place: Shanklin 107
Cost: FREE (and you get Typhoon dinner)
Ari Fishman ’13 beams in:
Homecoming is this weekend; don’t miss out on the awesome events that the Wesleyan chapter of Shining Hope for Communities has planned for you! October 19-20th: Typhoon Fundraiser! October 20th (1:30-2:30pm): WESeminar on Social Entrepreneurship with MINDS and Brighter Dawns!
1) Typhoon (360 Main Street) will be donating 10-15% of all their proceeds made during lunch and dinner on Friday and Saturday (October 19th and 20th) to SHOFCO! What an easy way to give back; just take your friends, parents, and visitors down to Main Street for dinner and make a difference in the lives of young Kenyan girls!
2) SHOFCO will be collaborating with MINDS and Brighter Dawns to present the WESeminar for Social Entrepreneurship on Saturday, October 20th from 1:30-2:30 pm at Judd Hall Rm 116! Come learn more about three amazing groups at Wesleyan which are serving the public good all over the world! We will also be selling beautiful bracelets, bags, and kanga, made by Kenyan women through the SHOFCO Women’s Empowerment Program.
Adding on to yesterday’s Middletown Eateries, Part 1, here is the prophesied Part
2 Deux. Keeping the theme, we will now proudly feature pictures of Joe Biden eating a sandwich. Avid readers might be graced with a hyperlinked gem of the two big dogs eating sandwiches at the same time. Read past the jump for the delicious Middletown taste-bud orgy dispensers.
Brought to you by Andrew Trexler ’14:
I’m helping out with a new start-up company that designs mobile applications. The CEO is coming down to Wesleyan on Monday, and wants to have some college students take a quick ten minute survey. He will be providing FREE FOOD from Typhoon for your trouble. If your meal plan is starting to empty out (or not!) then come fill out a brief survey and grab some free Thai food. And maybe hang out with other cool Wes people doing the same.
Please RSVP at atrexler[at]wesleyan[dot]edu by noon on Monday so we know how much food to buy. Thanks everybody!
Date: Monday, Nov 21st
Place: Usdan 108
Cost: Ten minutes
Gain: Free Typhoon
Free food! From Typhoon! Also, math. The Sexy Primes (Undergrad Math Club) present:
Knots and the Fourth Dimension with Professor Constance Leidy!
Take a piece of string, jumble it up, then seal the ends together. The result is a knot. Notice that you can’t untie the knot because you’ve permanently sealed the ends together. (If we don’t jumble at all, we’ll just end up with a circle, which we call the unknot.) We call two knots equivalent if you can move one jumbled piece of string to look exactly like the other without cutting it open. Knots naturally live in 3-space. We’ll discuss a different equivalence relation called concordance involving the fourth dimension. A knot that is concordant to the unknot is called a slice knot. We will discuss some joint work that shows that knots in a certain family whose slice status was unknown are in fact not slice.
Date: Oct. 11
Time: Noon – 1:00 PM
Place: Woodhead Lounge, Exley Science Center
Come watch Hurry Tomorrow, a film about mental health treatment prior to the passage of several reform laws and and more specifically the conditions endured by male inmates in 1975 at the Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk, California. Professors Kurtz and Sanislow will speak after the film about ableism and the history of mental health care in our country.
There will be free dinner from Typhoon!
- Date: Thursday, March 24th
- Time: 7:00 PM
- Place: Exley 150
- Cost: $0