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Monthly Archive for October, 2012

Please be aware that Wesleyan students who are U.S. citizens may vote in their home state or in Connecticut. Some state scholarships have residency requirements, so you are encouraged to check your home state’s regulations before deciding where to vote. VOTER REGISTRATION In order to register in Middletown:   Connecticut Voter Registration Applications are available at   […]

CLASS OF 2013 WINE & CHEESE RECEPTION   We would like to invite you to a wine and cheese reception to celebrate the awesome class of 2013! Come mingle with your fellow classmates, as we celebrate your senior year!  The reception will be Wednesday, October 17 at 4 p.m. in the Daniel Family Commons at […]

From Hook-ups to Relationships: Keeping it Consensual Workshop     Students for Consent and Communication invites you to a conversation about enthusiastic consent, sexual assault and rape culture.Through this workshop, we will provide a space to discuss and reflect on these important issues and build skills on how to obtain consent in relationships and discern […]

Robyn Wiegman, Duke University This talk takes on the Center for the Humanities 2012 theme by surveying debates about temporality in contemporary scholarship. It begins by thinking about how the keywords—stasis, repetition, transformation—are loaded with both critical and political expectations before exploring various contestations that collectively converge on a struggle over the definition and political […]

Please join us tomorrow night  for the fifth film of our Hispanic Film Series that showcases new cinema from Latin America and Spain. We hope to see you there!  CHICO & RITA    Fernando Trueba, Javier Mariscal and Tono Errando / 94 min. / 2012 Oscar®-winning director Fernando Trueba (The Age of Beauty) and famous artist […]

Music Department Colloquium and Book Launch:  Rob Rosenthal: Pete Seeger–His Life In His Own Words Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 4:15pm Daltry Room (Music Rehearsal Hall 003) FREE!

“The Art of Russian Song,” Monika Krajewska (mezzo-soprano) and Natasha Ulyanovsky (piano) This recital features art songs by Glinka, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Rachmaninoff, as well as the popular Russian songs known as “romansy [romances].”  Romansy are poignant, nostalgic songs of love and loss, often set in a garden at twilight, a gypsy café, or a […]

REVOLUTIONARY SELF-CARE: BUILDING HEALTHY AND DIVERSE RELATIONSHIP SKILLS Having thriving relationships with others starts with caring for and understanding ourselves. Join us in a lively conversation where we will reflect, share experiences and learn new skills to create thriving relationships. Through this workshop, we will examine and think of new ways to care for ourselves […]

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