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Tune in on Sept. 29 to catch #Wesleyan alumna, comedian and TV writer Naomi Ekperigin ’05 on @LateNightSeth, where she will perform her stand-up act ahead of her @ComedyCentral special, The Half Hour. Ekperigin, who studied English and film studies, started performing when she arrived at Wesleyan. “Wesleyan was where I found my voice and lost the sense of fear of expressing myself,” she said. “By the time I graduated I had a pretty clear sense of who I was, and how I wanted to express myself.” #wesleyanuniversity #sethmeyers (Photo courtesy of Ben Esner) 

There will be a screening of the 2011 Italian film comedy, Habemus Papam, directed by Nanni Moretti.  The film will be shown in Italian with English subtitles. The screening will take place in PAC 004 at 8pm on Monday, April 23.  Free and open to the entire Wesleyan community.

postponed. Episode 5

Robby and Chris deal with campus fame. Keep up with the show at futurehousepix.com!

Back 2 Foss

The title for today’s post is inspired by a WesVideo that recently ‘went viral’ (it has like 1,000 something views, but still) on the interwebs.  It is called, as you may have guessed, Back to Foss (based on the Lonley Island video, Like a Boss), and was clearly made by the bro-half of Wesleyan, but […]

On Monday, December 5th, at 8pm, there will be a screening of the 2002 Italian film comedy, Casomai.  The screening will take place in the Common Room of the Romance Languages and Literatures Department (300 High Street).  The film will be in Italian with English subtitles, and it is open to the entire Wesleyan community. […]

On Monday, November 14 at 8:30 pm, Italiano a Wesleyan presenta will screen its second film of the semester: the 2008 comedy, Pranzo di Ferragosto.  The movie will be shown in Italian with English subtitles.  This screening will take place in PAC 004.  It is free and open to the Wesleyan community.

Have you ever seen those guys in Times Square who are like, “Hey, do you guys like stand-up comedy?” That was me, just a few weeks ago. I found the job on the cusp of July. It was easy enough for me to get and after nearly two months without a steady source of income, […]

La Mandragola is a comic tale of love, corruption and deceit in Renaissance Italy.

TWEET IT – iPads vs. iPhones

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 🙂

‘WANNABES’ finale

Check out the finale of the Wesleyan based mockumentary WANNABES!

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