Josh Nodiff ’19 writes in:
Come join Dr. Heidi Hutner, Associate Dean and Director of Sustainability Studies at Stony Brook University, in a conversation
about ecofeminism, eco-grief, and climate justice! A longtime environmental activist and writer, Dr. Hutner will be addressing the dangerous Algonquin Pipeline and Indian Point power plant, as well as nuclear issues, fracking, and climate justice at large. Dr. Hutner will also facilitate an interactive workshop in which students can discuss and further their own activism at Wesleyan, as well as collaborate to build an intercollegiate coalition for climate justice. The discussion and workshop are open to everybody on campus!
This event, which coincides with the 30-year anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, is sponsored by Fossil Fuel Divest, Veg Out, and the United Student/Labor Action Coalition.
For more info, check out the Facebook event!
Date: Monday, April 26
Time: 4:15 – 6:30 PM
Place: PAC 004
Sewon Kang ’14 wants to veg out with you:
Come enjoy delicious, local desserts and stimulating conversation at the first Veg Out of the Spring Semester! Veg Out is excited to be partnering with the CFA during the exhibition FOOD-WATER-LIFE/LUCY+JORGE ORTA, which explores the major concerns that define the 21st century: biodiversity, environmental conditions, climate change, and exchange among peoples. Come chat with Lucy Orta, one of the artists, as well as faculty and staff about concerns that face our generation, all while stuffing your face!
: Tuesday, February 26
: 5:30 – 7:30 pm
: Zilkha Gallery
Bring your own fork.
Anna Guth ’14 just called me while I was in the shower to ask me to post this event. And it’s so important that here I am writing to let you know the deets on Veg Out:
Come and enjoy a delicious, vegetarian, and locally grown meal at Buddhist House this Saturday! We will have a mindful eating meditation at 6:30 and the main meal will begin at 7:00.
The VegOut team is very excited to be partnering with Buddhist House because we believe that mindful eating and mindfully sourcing your food are inextricably connected. Mindfully eating is bringing all of your awareness to what you’re putting in your mouth. Mindfully sourcing is focusing on local and organic food sustaining our communities and ourselves. If you can help cook at Earth House, Farm House, Out House, or Buddhist House from 12-4 p.m. tomorrow, then come on over!
**PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN BOWL and UTENSILS**
Date: Saturday (TOMORROW!)
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Place: Buddhist House
Tickets: $3 at the door
Treat yourself to a healthy, yummy, and environmentally friendly dinner this Thursday:
Come eat a delicious, homemade, vegetarian, locally grown meal at Earth House. Two dinner shifts: 6 and 7 p.m. Tickets for sale all this week in Usdan.
Date: Thursday April 8
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Place: Earth House, 159 High St.
Rachel Shopper ’10 writes:
Come and enjoy a beautiful, local, vegan meal, lovingly prepared by the members of Earth House! Bring a hungry belly, a bowl, utensils, and $4.
The menu will include fresh corn soup; green beans with crisp shallots, chilis, and mint; ratatouille; teriyaki tofu; and peach crisp.
Date: Thursday, Sept. 18
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Earth House (159 High)
What: Veg-out vegan dinner with local foods!
When: Thursday 4/24 (tomorrow!) at 6:30 pm
Where: Earth House, 159 High Street
Bring: $4, a bowl and utensils