Bulldog Buzz for Week of 10/25: Yale PostSecret is out!

Yale PostSecret: Confessions on Race, Culture, and Identity will be unveiled this Friday at 4 p.m. at Maya’s Room in Silliman College. Sponsored by AASA, Hillel, and BSAY, the  project encouraged students to submit anonymous art expressing various thoughts on cultural identity. You can still submit to the gallery by Oct. 27 – upload artwork online at http://www.yaleaasa.org/yalepostsecret.php or drop off your submissions at Commons during lunch and dinner this week.

This week is Intimate Partner Violence Awareness Week at Yale. Join the Women’s Center and other organizations on campus to learn about intimate partner violence, discuss how it impacts lives, and take action to end intimate partner violence. All are welcome to attend and participate in this week’s events, which include discussions, workshops, and a benefit show.

Iolanthe, the Yale Gilbert and Sullivan Society’s Fall 2010 Mainstage Production, will premier this week at the Saybrook Underbrook Theater. Free to the Yale public thanks to the JE Sudler Fund, this “fairy opera” will feature bulldog thespians as members of the House of Lords as well as the fair folk. Show times are Thursday at 8 PM, Friday at 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM, and Saturday at 8:30 PM.

“Like a G6″ Tops the Charts — The Far East Movement (FM), the Los Angeles native Asian American quartet, landed the #1 spot of the Billboard Hot 100 with its debut single “Like a G6,” pushing down down Bruno Mars with ”Just the Way You Are.” FM has set a historical precedent as the first Asian American group attaining such success, and the quartet may be starting a trend toward Asian-American mainstream music.

Samurai stopped serving sake, or any other alcohol for that matter after four underage students were caught drinking there last Thursday by police officers. Many claim that this bodes ill for Samurai’s future business, as their notoriously lax carding policy was one of their main sources of business in the past.

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