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Today: Thursday, October 30 2014
Students
October First Fridays!!!
Come to the second First Fridays of the year for some classic First Fridays fun with a DJ and blacklight from Partyvision! Also come get a white t-shirt during lunchtime in Paresky or Mission in the next two days so you can enjoy the full blacklight experience and not ruin your own shirt! from Martin P. Keenan, ACE
October First Fridays!!!
Come to the second First Fridays of the year for some classic First Fridays fun with a DJ and blacklight from Partyvision! Also come get a white t-shirt during lunchtime in Paresky or Mission in the next two days so you can enjoy the full blacklight experience and not ruin your own shirt! from Martin P. Keenan, ACE
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10/30 Jeffrey Swann, 8 p.m., Chapin Hall, free
Concert pianist Jeffrey Swann presents a program titled, "1914: The World on the Brink of the Abyss." He performs Janácek's "In the Mist"; Prokofiev's "Sarcasms" (1912-14); Scriabin's Sonata No. 9, ("Black Mass") (1913); and Ives' Sonata "Concord, Mass. 1840-60". http://music.williams.edu/events/jeffrey-swann-piano/ from Jonathan C. Myers, Music Department
10/30 Jeffrey Swann, 8 p.m., Chapin Hall, free
Concert pianist Jeffrey Swann presents a program titled, "1914: The World on the Brink of the Abyss." He performs Janácek's "In the Mist"; Prokofiev's "Sarcasms" (1912-14); Scriabin's Sonata No. 9, ("Black Mass") (1913); and Ives' Sonata "Concord, Mass. 1840-60". http://music.williams.edu/events/jeffrey-swann-piano/ from Jonathan C. Myers, Music Department
Students
TODAY:Ten Years in the East: Photographs from Russia and Ukraine
Thurs, Oct 30, 4-5:30 pm, Lawrence 3. Sasha Rudensky, Assistant Professor of Art - Photography at Wesleyan University, will present and speak about her work, which focuses on post-communist Eastern Europe. http://cfllc.williams.edu/ MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29832 from Lucy J. Green, Ctr-ForeignLangs,Lit&Culture
TODAY:Ten Years in the East: Photographs from Russia and Ukraine
Thurs, Oct 30, 4-5:30 pm, Lawrence 3. Sasha Rudensky, Assistant Professor of Art - Photography at Wesleyan University, will present and speak about her work, which focuses on post-communist Eastern Europe. http://cfllc.williams.edu/ MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29832 from Lucy J. Green, Ctr-ForeignLangs,Lit&Culture
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Faculty
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Kick off Halloween with the Religion Department
Free screening of the classic film "Ghostbusters" on Thursday, Oct. 30 at 9:15 pm. A panel discussion will follow with Professors Jason Josephson, Jackie Hidalgo and Jeff Israel. from Margaret Weyers, Religion Department
Kick off Halloween with the Religion Department
Free screening of the classic film "Ghostbusters" on Thursday, Oct. 30 at 9:15 pm. A panel discussion will follow with Professors Jason Josephson, Jackie Hidalgo and Jeff Israel. from Margaret Weyers, Religion Department
Students
Political Science Pre-Reg Info and Ice Cream
Today! 7:00PM Dodd Lounge. PSCI faculty will be available to talk about classes, curriculum, and their favorite ice cream toppings. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29877 from George Crane, Political Science Department
Political Science Pre-Reg Info and Ice Cream
Today! 7:00PM Dodd Lounge. PSCI faculty will be available to talk about classes, curriculum, and their favorite ice cream toppings. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29877 from George Crane, Political Science Department
Staff
You are invited to the Faculty Research Lunch for Staff
You are invited to the Faculty Research Luncheon for Staff on Thurs., Nov. 6, noon, Faculty Club (lower level). Stephen Sheppard will discuss how health outcomes in the U.S. are determined by the location of health care organizations. To reserve your space, contact nlemoine@williams.edu. Limited space. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29883 from Noelle Lemoine, Office of Communications
You are invited to the Faculty Research Lunch for Staff
You are invited to the Faculty Research Luncheon for Staff on Thurs., Nov. 6, noon, Faculty Club (lower level). Stephen Sheppard will discuss how health outcomes in the U.S. are determined by the location of health care organizations. To reserve your space, contact nlemoine@williams.edu. Limited space. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29883 from Noelle Lemoine, Office of Communications
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Flux-charge duality and quantum phase fluctuations
Please join Dr. Andrew J. Kerman '93 of MIT Lincoln Laboratory during his joint physics and astronomy colloquium entitled, "Flux-charge duality and quantum phase fluctuations in one-dimensional superconductors." Friday, October 31st at 2:30PM in TPL 205. Light refreshments will immediately follow. from Michele C. Rech, Physics and Astronomy Departments
Flux-charge duality and quantum phase fluctuations
Please join Dr. Andrew J. Kerman '93 of MIT Lincoln Laboratory during his joint physics and astronomy colloquium entitled, "Flux-charge duality and quantum phase fluctuations in one-dimensional superconductors." Friday, October 31st at 2:30PM in TPL 205. Light refreshments will immediately follow. from Michele C. Rech, Physics and Astronomy Departments
Students
Winter Blitz is coming!
WINTER BLITZ is coming up on Saturday, November 8th! Blitz is a community service event: students weatherize low-income homes in the surrounding community. Every volunteer gets a free T-shirt and we have a pizza party at the Log in the evening to thank everyone for their help! Sign-up here: http://bit.ly/1tbmpLt MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29892 from En Tzu Liu, Winter Blitz
Winter Blitz is coming!
WINTER BLITZ is coming up on Saturday, November 8th! Blitz is a community service event: students weatherize low-income homes in the surrounding community. Every volunteer gets a free T-shirt and we have a pizza party at the Log in the evening to thank everyone for their help! Sign-up here: http://bit.ly/1tbmpLt MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29892 from En Tzu Liu, Winter Blitz
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Claiming Williams Deadline
Proposals for Claiming Williams Day events are due Monday, November 3rd. Help plan the Day by submitting a proposal for a discussion, film, performance, or other event at claiming.williams.edu. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29898 from Annie Valk, Ctr-Learning in Action
Claiming Williams Deadline
Proposals for Claiming Williams Day events are due Monday, November 3rd. Help plan the Day by submitting a proposal for a discussion, film, performance, or other event at claiming.williams.edu. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29898 from Annie Valk, Ctr-Learning in Action
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Human Rights Comparatively: Nepal, Jordan, Chile, & the U.S
On Friday, October 31 Ale Rosales '15 will speak about human rights in a comparative framework touching in the human rights situation in the U.S, Nepal, Jordan, and Chile. Ale will touch upon Refugee rights, women's rights, workers' rights, and indigenous rights in her abroad experience. 12:00pm, Griffin 3, catered by Hot Tomatoes from Long P. Dang, Williams World Views
Human Rights Comparatively: Nepal, Jordan, Chile, & the U.S
On Friday, October 31 Ale Rosales '15 will speak about human rights in a comparative framework touching in the human rights situation in the U.S, Nepal, Jordan, and Chile. Ale will touch upon Refugee rights, women's rights, workers' rights, and indigenous rights in her abroad experience. 12:00pm, Griffin 3, catered by Hot Tomatoes from Long P. Dang, Williams World Views
Students
Williams after Dark: Day of the Dead Desserts and Decorations!
Start the weekend off right! Come this Friday from 8-10 PM in Goodrich, to join WAD and Vista to decorate your own skull mask and centerpieces while eating delicious snacks and candies!!! from Yvette A. Perez, Williams After Dark with Vista
Williams after Dark: Day of the Dead Desserts and Decorations!
Start the weekend off right! Come this Friday from 8-10 PM in Goodrich, to join WAD and Vista to decorate your own skull mask and centerpieces while eating delicious snacks and candies!!! from Yvette A. Perez, Williams After Dark with Vista
Students
Hallostreetphoria!
Join the Springstreeters and Ephoria tonight at 9:30pm in Greylock for our midsemester concert! Ladies and gents, Halloween starts one day early this year! from Raquel Rodriguez, Ephoria
Hallostreetphoria!
Join the Springstreeters and Ephoria tonight at 9:30pm in Greylock for our midsemester concert! Ladies and gents, Halloween starts one day early this year! from Raquel Rodriguez, Ephoria
Students
Faculty
Staff
Computer Science TA Applications Due October 31
Just a reminder - TA applications for Computer Science are due Friday, October 31. http://www.cs.williams.edu/tatutor-application/ (link only works on campus!) from Amanda B. Turner, Computer Science Department
Computer Science TA Applications Due October 31
Just a reminder - TA applications for Computer Science are due Friday, October 31. http://www.cs.williams.edu/tatutor-application/ (link only works on campus!) from Amanda B. Turner, Computer Science Department
Students
AASiA & VISTA: Shared Experiences
Join us for an evening of food, discussion, and solidarity-building this Thursday, October 30th at 7 pm in Hardy! Members of AASiA and VISTA, along with a few professors, will be discussing notions of home and shared struggles between Latina/o and Asian American communities. We will be debunking myths about from Eduardo Avalos, VISTA/AASiA
AASiA & VISTA: Shared Experiences
Join us for an evening of food, discussion, and solidarity-building this Thursday, October 30th at 7 pm in Hardy! Members of AASiA and VISTA, along with a few professors, will be discussing notions of home and shared struggles between Latina/o and Asian American communities. We will be debunking myths about from Eduardo Avalos, VISTA/AASiA
Students
Groove Boston Scare Affair!!!
It's Halloween. It's a Paresky Party. It's a club. It's a rave. It's GrooveBoston's Cohesion Tour. This is one dance party you don't want to miss. Come wear your scariest costume ever because when's the next time you get to party on Halloween??? Paresky Friday 31st October 2014 -- 10:00 PM - 2:00 AM MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29919 from Jordan E. Davis, ACE
Groove Boston Scare Affair!!!
It's Halloween. It's a Paresky Party. It's a club. It's a rave. It's GrooveBoston's Cohesion Tour. This is one dance party you don't want to miss. Come wear your scariest costume ever because when's the next time you get to party on Halloween??? Paresky Friday 31st October 2014 -- 10:00 PM - 2:00 AM MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29919 from Jordan E. Davis, ACE
Students
Have Lunch with Venture For America!
Come meet Louisa Lee, Williams '14, who's helping to build an agricultural tech company. Hear about her experiences as a Venture for America Fellow, living in Columbus and how startup life has treated her post-graduation. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29922 from Christian Hoyos, Eph Business Association
Have Lunch with Venture For America!
Come meet Louisa Lee, Williams '14, who's helping to build an agricultural tech company. Hear about her experiences as a Venture for America Fellow, living in Columbus and how startup life has treated her post-graduation. MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29922 from Christian Hoyos, Eph Business Association
Students
Mr Williams Pageant 2014
Tonight at 8 in Baxter Hall will be the legendary Mr Williams Pageant! Come see which Eph will earn bragging rights and be the first name on the Mr Williams Cup after talent, trivia, formal wear, spirit and Q&A sessions! Winners of the banner competition will also be announced. from Michael A. Rodriguez, ACE
Mr Williams Pageant 2014
Tonight at 8 in Baxter Hall will be the legendary Mr Williams Pageant! Come see which Eph will earn bragging rights and be the first name on the Mr Williams Cup after talent, trivia, formal wear, spirit and Q&A sessions! Winners of the banner competition will also be announced. from Michael A. Rodriguez, ACE
Students
TONIGHT! Barclays Info Session 7pm Paresky Auditoroum
Meet Williams alumni who currently work at Barclays to hear about summer internship opportunities at Barclays, specifically for the Investment Banking Division. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide. Hope to see you there! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29924 from Kristen McCormack, Career Center
TONIGHT! Barclays Info Session 7pm Paresky Auditoroum
Meet Williams alumni who currently work at Barclays to hear about summer internship opportunities at Barclays, specifically for the Investment Banking Division. Barclays moves, lends, invests and protects money for customers and clients worldwide. Hope to see you there! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29924 from Kristen McCormack, Career Center
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Faculty
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Swahili table
Join us tonight from 6.00-7.00pm for fun conversations in Swahili. from Yvonne C. Bungei, Ctr for Foreign languages, lit. and cultures
Swahili table
Join us tonight from 6.00-7.00pm for fun conversations in Swahili. from Yvonne C. Bungei, Ctr for Foreign languages, lit. and cultures
Students
Venture for America Presents This Friday! Mears House at NOON
Join Louisa Lee, Williams '14, who's helping to build an agricultural tech company. Hear about her experiences as a Venture for America Fellow, living in Columbus and how startup life has treated her post-graduation. Friday, Oct. 31 at 12 pm - Mears House MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29926 from Kristen McCormack, Career Center
Venture for America Presents This Friday! Mears House at NOON
Join Louisa Lee, Williams '14, who's helping to build an agricultural tech company. Hear about her experiences as a Venture for America Fellow, living in Columbus and how startup life has treated her post-graduation. Friday, Oct. 31 at 12 pm - Mears House MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29926 from Kristen McCormack, Career Center
Students
Have an opinion? Want to write about it?
Have an opinion about campus life, school policies, college politics or the college's relation to things outside the Purple Bubble? The Record accepts weekly op-ed pieces of 700-900 words. Send an email to crt2@williams.edu by Friday at 5 to express an interest in writing, or Sunday at 5 to submit a piece. from Chelsea R. Thomeer, Williams Record
Have an opinion? Want to write about it?
Have an opinion about campus life, school policies, college politics or the college's relation to things outside the Purple Bubble? The Record accepts weekly op-ed pieces of 700-900 words. Send an email to crt2@williams.edu by Friday at 5 to express an interest in writing, or Sunday at 5 to submit a piece. from Chelsea R. Thomeer, Williams Record
Students
Yongfeng Primary School Presents Oct. 31 at 12:30, Mears House
Join William Boseine'10 to learn about the The Yongfeng Program, a small teaching program that every year gives four graduates a chance to go to rural China to teach elementary school. Bob Lipp '60 started the program in 2007, which continues to have close ties to Williams College. Hot Tomatoes Pizza will be served! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29928 from Kristen McCormack, Career Center
Yongfeng Primary School Presents Oct. 31 at 12:30, Mears House
Join William Boseine'10 to learn about the The Yongfeng Program, a small teaching program that every year gives four graduates a chance to go to rural China to teach elementary school. Bob Lipp '60 started the program in 2007, which continues to have close ties to Williams College. Hot Tomatoes Pizza will be served! MORE: http://web.williams.edu/messages/show.php?id=29928 from Kristen McCormack, Career Center
Students
Zalloween
Combo Za's first show of the year is today, October 30th, at 10:30 in Greylock Dining Hall. Come and laugh at, with, or about the twelve members of Williams College's best and only improv comedy group. from Jonathan N.T. MacDougall, Combo Za
Zalloween
Combo Za's first show of the year is today, October 30th, at 10:30 in Greylock Dining Hall. Come and laugh at, with, or about the twelve members of Williams College's best and only improv comedy group. from Jonathan N.T. MacDougall, Combo Za
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