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Wesleying’s Updated Calendar of Political Rallies and Events

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Looking to get organized? To help make this easier,  Wesleying has compiled another roundup of events in NYC and Connecticut between now and the end of the year with help from other awesome calendars on the ENGAGE blog and Women’s March CT’s Twitter. Also many thanks to my woke Facebook friends who I cyber-stalked to find some of these events. Enjoy!

We want to keep this list up to date, so if you hear about any new event or know about one we missed send us the info by e-mail at  staff[at]wesleying[dot]org or through Twitter/Facebook.

Procrastination Destination: Where the Hell Am I?

from Yanko Tsvetkov's Atlas of Prejudice

from Yanko Tsvetkov’s Atlas of Prejudice

Here at Wesleying we’re so fucked for finals that we haven’t even been keeping up with our procrastination. If you’re like me, all you really need to procrastinate is a floor to sit on and the ability to stare into space. If not, I’ve got you covered. I’ve long been a fan of geography, ever since I learned that the maps in the back of middle school planners were an excellent way to not pay attention in class. The internet, however, has brought geography-fueled procrastination to new heights. Read past the break for lots of fun geography-related ways to screw yourself over.

Seeking Zen

I mean... I guess you could say that's what meditation feels like.

Between Rick Santorum winning all three of the nominating contests tonight (though none of them actually have any bearing on, well, anything) and President Obama reneging on his opposition to SuperPAC involvement in the upcoming election (hey, at least he returned all that money–read: 200 big ones–that the family of the fugitive sought on drug/fraud charges and now responsible for assassinations/corruption committed while on the lam in Mexico fundraised for him), the world’s been a bit of a downer recently.

If you’re the type that’s willing to settle for inner peace, despite all the chaos/utter madness around you, maybe there’s some hope for you.

Buddhist House hosts meditations Monday-Friday at 9am and, for the less morning-inclined, at 6pm on Mondays and Thursdays.

The email, from Becky Schisler ’14, advises:

Everyone is welcome to come sit and/or lead meditation any day!
Absolutely no experience necessary.

So go, get your nirvana on…