Wire Watch: Feb 14-21

Emma Chung, A&E Editor

Thursday, February 14th 7:30 pm at The COOP (406 Cypress Street)

Join the members of the community service interest house for a night of crafts and snacks while enjoying a secret movie. All students are welcome to this event to celebrate Valentine’s Day!


Thursday, February 14th 7:00 pm in the Lyman Main Lounge

Struggle getting a healthy amount of sleep in college? Specialist in Sleep Medicine, Dr. Dick Simon, talks about the science of sleep and strategies for success in college. “Know About Sleep, But Were Afraid To Ask,” is an event open to all students and community members.


Wednesday, February 20th 7:00-9:00 pm in Cordiner Hall

Kick off the annual Power and Privilege Symposium by attending this year’s keynote speaker, Amanda Nguyen. A 2019 Nobel Peace Prize nominee, CEO and founder of Rise, in addition to many other awards and nominations, she is known for passing the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights after navigating the criminal justice system after her own rape.


Wednesday to Saturday, February 20-22 8:00 PM, and February 23rd 2:00 PM at Harper Joy Theatre

Enjoy an evening at the theatre with Red, written by Somalia Seaton, by arrangement with Nick Hern Books, and directed by Donovan Olsen ‘19. The story follows Dee as she finds herself in a twilight world of memories and conversation after her best friend goes missing. Recognizing and celebrating the strength of young women torn by grief, this play is not to be missed so get your tickets soon!


Thursday, February 21th on Whitman Campus

ASWC hosts the annual Power and Privilege Symposium, with this year’s theme, “Attacking Apathy.” Join students and faculty for a variety of presentations, panels, workshops, performances and screenings.