Drawings will be held for gifts donated from local businesses,elected officials and other city agencies. The evening begins with an hour of casual speed-dating among like-minded singles, followed by an awards ceremony and an ’80s-flavored singles’ mixer where you can track down someone who caught your eye.Happy hour is going on all night long, and your admission includes a free drink and goes to help support Project Angel Heart.
Sweet Cooie’s will serve a variety of confections (truffles, brioche doughnuts, eclairs, etc…) in addition to ice cream, all from a vintage-style parlor.
Some of the questions provoked included, How do different spaces shape our relationships to power? Downer- Practicing adolescent and adult psychiatrist and Wesleyan alumna from the class of '89- Lynna Zhong’ 15- Research assistant at the Community Health Center- majoring in government & pre-med along with Chelsea Amo-Tweneboah ‘15- majoring in chemistry and pre-med. 26th The social death panel was the first in the Social Death and Survival: Race/Sex/Gender/Vulnerability Series.
How does our possession (or lack) of power effect how we navigate a space? SOC art pieces were displayed along with a collaborative mural by Students Justice for Palestine (SJP) and historic copies of the Ankh, dating back to its first publication in 1985. The Albritton lecture hall was jammed packed with faculty and students alike.
From dance groups to live jazz, Crowell Concert Hall rung with the talent of Wesleyan's SOC community.
Sweet Cooie’s Opening Get your sweetheart something sweet!