Jonathan Earle worked as a researcher at NBC Olympics in Sochi providing Russian-langauge support and expertise to programs such as The Today Show and NBC's primetime Olympics coverage. Prior to this Jonathan served as a consultant for HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel and worked at The Moscow Times, an English-language daily newspaper, as an editor and reporter. He graduated from Williams with a major in Russian in 2009.
Tuesday, March 18 at 4:00pm | Hollander Hall, 241
We are pleased to announce a student-initiated (modern) Greek language table. Native speakers, language students, and Greek language and culture enthusiasts are all welcome to join in conversation over lunch in Paresky, Thursdays 12 - 1 for the remainder of the semester. Language tables are an an excellent opportunity for students to maintain and refine their language skills.
Thursdays, 12 – 1 pm, Paresky 112
Please contact Mary Ignatiadis at ‘Mary.E.Ignatiadis@williams.edu’ for more information.
"Hafu" is the unfolding journey of discovery into the intricacies of mixed-race Japanese and their multicultural experience in modern day Japan. The film follows the lives of five "hafus"--the Japanese term for people who are half-Japanese--and by virtue of the fact that living in Japan, they are forced to explore what it means to be multiracial and multicultural in a nation that once proudly proclaimed itself as the mono-ethnic nation.
April 10, 7PM | Paresky Auditorium
The 11 Million Project is an on-going series of events that aims to raise awareness about the need for comprehensive immigration reform. 11 Million refers to the estimated number of undocumented persons currently living in the United States. This student-initiative grew out of a winter study travel course on the US-Mexico border.