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Interactive Writing Workshop

An invitation from Chukwuemeka Uwakaneme ’16:

Come and bask in the company of others, delicious food, beautiful writing, and prizes in the gorgeous Shapiro Writing Center! This will be the second in a series of interactive writing workshops hosted by Writing House (soon to be Writer’s Block), in which we’ll better our craft and ignite our imaginations through active writing in a safe, relaxed space. The format will be pretty open, and ideas from you are encouraged!

Date: Friday, April 25
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Place: Shapiro Creative Writing Center

Program House Hopping Day

Pictured: not a Wesleyan program house.

Pictured: not a Wesleyan program house.

Ariane Turley ’15 embarks upon a lucrative career in real estate dealership:

Want to learn more about cooking, writing or Middle Eastern culture? Come by to Full House, Writing House and Turath House tomorrow during House Hopping Day to participate in a scavenger hunt for a chance to win free movie tickets!

Date: Today, February 17
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Place: Full/Writing House (202 Wash), Turath House (73 Pearl Str)
Cost: Free

Pet Therapy

Yes, stressed out students, you read the heading of this post correctly. The incredible Holly Everett ’15 sent us the best event ever:

We will have 6 lovely, cuddly dogs available for you to play with to lower your reading week stress level. Come by with your friends and enjoy these trained therapy dogs from Tails of Joy. Sponsored by Sign House and Writing House.

Date: Sunday, December 9
Time: 12pm-2pm
Place: Zelnick
Cost: No dollars
Facebook: Everyday I’m Facebookin’ 

Apply to Live in Writing House

Writing House wants you:

Do you want to improve your writing? Are you sick of living in a dorm? Do you want easy access to parking, laundry, and an amazing kitchen (shared with Full House!)? Apply to live in Writing House! We have several spots available for the Spring Semester. Please email jherrick(at)wesleyan(dot)edu for an application.

Tea, Baked Goods, & Board Games at Writing House

From Kayla Reiman:

Come to writing house to enjoy Thai iced tea, delicious baked goods (we do live with Full House!), and board games. If you’re starting to think about where to live next year, this is an awesome opportunity to explore 202 Wash, one of the most beautiful houses on campus.

Date: Thursday, February 16, 2012
Time: 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Place: Writing House – 202 Washington

Program housing applications due this Friday

The lovely Kayla Reiman ’14 writes in to remind all of you nice, nice folks about the applications fo- WHAT THE HELL, NBC!? WHY DID YOU PULL OUT COMMUNITY? WHY DID YOU CLOSE DOWN GREENDALE? WHY DID YOU KILL ABED, TINA FEY?? WHYYY? WHYYYYY??? WHYYYYY??????

Program housing applications are due this Friday

If you want to live in a program house next semester, fill out your application now! This is an excellent housing option for people returning from abroad and anyone else who wants to live in a community.

http://www.wesleyan.edu/reslife/Forms/spring12_prog_housing_pref_form.html.

Date:   Nov. 14 – Nov. 18
Time:   12:00 AM – 11:30 PM
Place:  the internet

No more Troy & Abed in the morning? Whyy? Whyyyyyy?

Writing House and Interfaith House still accepting apps!

So this post is pretty damn self-explanatory, but here’s the info anyway:

Alicia Fuhrman ’12 writes in:

Last call for Writing House applications to vie for the final spots available in the glorious 23-person community. If the mass of wonderful and possibly like-minded individuals does not appeal, perhaps the spacious lounge(s), library, kitchen, courtyard, and air of creative encouragement will. Link follows. Deadline for open bidding is March 31 at 5PM, but obviously the sooner you submit the sooner you will hear back (hopefully with an offer).

http://www.wesleyan.edu/reslife/GRS/applications/writingapp.htm

On a side note, if you’re not interested in being a resident but still want to be in on the goings-on, several author visitors (whose writings span from food politics and feminism to fiction) are on the radar for the coming months, and the compilation of the alphabetic cookbook is also in the works. Stay tuned for some more faculty workshop opportunities as well. Email afuhrman(at)wesleyan(dot)edu should any questions surface.

Deena Godfrey ’12 retorts, saying

GRS IS SCARY!!!!! Apply to Interfaith House!

Why go through the crazy process of GRS where you can easily live in a wonderful community with awesome people and great facilities? Interfaith House has organized major all-campus events such as the Fast-a-thon, Park51 panel discussion, Tibetan Singing Bowl Meditation, and the Winter Festival!

We have a huge kitchen, our own laundry room, and a decked out lounge with a ping-pong table, piano, and bean-bags!

If you’re interested in living in this awesome house next year, email dgodfrey(at)wesleyan(dot)edu.

We Need Your Noms (Recipes) by Spring Break

So you wanna be a writer, huh? Well, listen up: times are hard. The publishing industry ain’t what it used to be. Back in the good ol’ days, they be accepting all kinds of strange stuff – Scandinavian love poems done in the prose of R. Kelly, novels with no words – you name it, they probably did that already. In hard cover.

These days, not so much. That novel about blind star-crossed lovers living in a Delaware trailer park you’ve been working on since high school? Dream on. That stack of poems you’ve got there about your dyslexic cats? Move along.

But hey, listen: we can help you. We know a place that’s publishing. Check it out:

The cohabitant Full and Writing Houses of 202 Washington St. are calling for your recipes!

THE GOAL: TO COMPILE 26 OF THE MOST DELICIOUS RECIPES-ONE FOR EVERY LETTER OF THE ALPHABET-INTO A LOVELY COOKBOOK (or, uh, cookbooklet).

Send your submissions to lbecker(at)wesleyan(d0t)edu with the name of the dish as the subject line (i.e. APPLE PIE, BANANA CREAM PIE, CHERRY PIE… though obviously not necessarily pie). Rolling submissions until Spring Break. The chosen recipes will be featured in said cookbook(let), which will be available to students upon completion. WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR NOMS.

No need to thank me.