Dan Choi will speak about ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ and his experiences with the policy.
Monthly Archive for October, 2010
Looking for a healthy snack after a weekend full of sugary indulgences? Lucky for you, Brighter Dawns, a new student group and non-profit organization, has created a nutritious and delicious snack! Our snack packs contain a trail mix of Trader Joe’s frosted mini-wheat cereal, Lindt 70% dark chocolate squares, roasted almonds, orange-flavored cranberries and more! We […]
Professor Kathleen Stewart gives a lecture as part of the Center for the Humanities ‘Worlding’ series.
From the artists known as Pantless Knights. Produced by David Fine ’04 and starring Phil Amidon ’05. Via Matt Wheeler ’05 on Twitter. Mashable likes it too 🙂
Wesleyan University’s Green Street Arts Center’s Homecoming/Family Weekend events were an enormous success. The building was bustling with community members and Wesleyan families. On Friday, the entire neighborhood hummed with excitement, as jazz wafted from Green Street’s entry way out into the cool, Fall night. The space at 51 Green St. was transformed to a […]
The conference is on Saturday, January 22, 2011 in the Usdan University Center. Visit the SJLC Website Session submissions can be made here
Get thee to Main St! Wesleyan alumna Izzi Greenberg on the North End News blog: Today from 10 to 2 in front of It’s Only Natural Market, 575 Main Street You don’t want to miss it! Several fantastic guest vendors are joining us—Crystal Pistritto with beautiful hula-hoops, Whey Better Farm with soothing soaps, and Tschudin […]
Wah Do Dem, the delightful and often surprising indie film directed by Sam Fleischner ’06 and Ben Chace, is now available on DVD, after a successful theatrical tour in June. (Click here for more information about purchasing the film or rental on Netflix.) The film centers on a young man named Max (Sean Bones) who […]
In September, Dina Kaplan ’93, co-founder and COO of blip.tv, appeared on Fortune’s list of the 2010 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs. According to Fortune, the “idea was to find the most innovative, ground-breaking, game-changing female entrepreneurs in the U.S.” Kaplan recently talked to BusinessWeek about “Making More Women Entrepreneurs.” In the Q&A, she says: “There […]