Maple sugaring season has arrived and Hopkins Memorial Forest will host a celebration to usher in the new season on Saturday, March 15.
Williams College will present a screening of a work-in-progress documentary about Gertrude Bell titled Letters from Baghdad at Paresky Auditorium on Wednesday, March 5.
The third talk in this year’s Faculty Lecture Series at Williams College will be given by Jason Ananda Josephson on Thursday, March 6. The lecture is titled “Dialectic of Darkness: The Magical Foundations of Critical Theory.”
Dan Josefson’96, Fiona Maazel ’97, Ethan Rutherford ’02, Vivien Shotwell ’03, and Miles Klee ’07 will present a panel discussion and reading at Williams College on Wednesday, March 5.
Spain: The Party’s Over—Two Experts Speak on the Impact of the Spanish Economic Crisis on Life Today
William Chislett and Andrea Aguila will discuss Spain from their different perspectives in a talk at Williams College on Wednesday, March 5.
The second talk in this year’s Faculty Lecture Series will be given by Gene Bell-Villada on Thursday, Feb. 27, titled “Growing up Internationally, and How it Shapes a Child.”
Photojournalist Ashley Gilbertson will come to Williams College on Tuesday, Feb. 25, to talk about his work in the Middle East.
Williams College will present a screening of the film The Uprising (2013) at Images Cinema at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23. A Q&A with the film’s director, Peter Snowdon, will follow the screening.
Fresh Fest, a food and farm film festival, will take place on Friday, Feb. 28, through Sunday, March 2.
Lisa Lowe, professor of English and American studies at Tufts University, will present a lecture titled “The Intimacies of Four Continents” on Thursday, Feb. 20.
The first talk in this year’s Faculty Lecture series at Williams College will be presented by Jeannie Albrecht, associate professor of computer science, on Thursday, Feb. 20.
Williams College invites all members of the community to experience the Human Library on Friday, Feb. 28, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, March 1, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Nick Pugliese, a former Williams’ soccer captain and midfielder who was recently profiled in a segment on ESPN’s SportsCenter is returning to campus on Sunday, Feb. 23, to talk about his time in Kabul and his latest project, a film documentary about pickup soccer in Kabul.
Ngonidzashe Munemo, associate professor of political science and chair of the international studies program, will present the final lecture in Williams College’s annual Faculty Lecture Series on Thursday, Feb. 13.
The annual Williams College French Film Festival will take place on Mondays at 7 p.m. from Feb. 17 through March 3 at Images Cinema.
Michael J. Lewis, Faison-Pierson-Stoddard Professor of Art History, will discuss the architecture and history of the Williams College libraries on Tuesday, Feb. 11.
During February and March, Williams College will sponsor its annual Faculty Lecture Series.The six lectures of the series will occur on Feb. 13, 20, 27, and March 6, 13, and 20.
Williams College senior Jared Hallett has been awarded a Churchill Scholarship for study at the University of Cambridge for the 2014-15 academic year.
Williams College has been awarded a grant of $246,440 by the Clare Boothe Luce Program of the Henry Luce Foundation to fund women in the physical sciences and mathematics.
Williams College will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. with two days of events on Friday, Jan. 17, and Monday, Jan. 20. All are welcome to attend these free, public events.