Eve Ensler’s famous 1996 feminist work is as relevant, powerful, and educational as ever.
The Counseling and Psychological Servics program on campus provides a vital resource, but faces understaffing and overwhelming demand.
Last Thursday night, Shining Hope For Communities (SHOFCO) hosted a “2 for 1” concert with Live Footage and The Letter Yellow at 200 Church. Although SHOFCO is still finalizing its goals for the year, the money raised at the show will go toward the Kibera School for Girls, founded by SHOFCO in 2009 and the only tuition-free school for girls in the slum of Kibera, Kenya.
What says “springtime” more than taking a stroll through a garden? While we’re waiting for the weather to finally turn, the Theater Department is offering a substitute. “The Peony Pavilion,” which goes up this weekend in the CFA Theater, will not only take you through the beautiful change in seasons, but also will introduce you to a modern adaptation of the mesmerizing art form that is Chinese opera.
At the peak of thesis craziness, many seniors are currently living in the depths of Olin and haven’t seen the light of day for weeks. Lucky for the Wesleyan community, six talented senior dance majors have thesis projects that extend beyond paper and make their way to the stage.
What could be better on a snowy night than curling up inside with a good book? The cast of Sal Hepatica enhanced this warm feeling during this weekend’s blizzard by bringing three classic stories to the stage in the ’92 Theater. The writings of Lewis Carroll, Julio Cortázar, and Eric Carle came to life under the creative direction of Wesleyan theater connoisseurs Zach Libresco ’13 and Bennett Kirschner ’13.