Francophone Trivia Night

The French Club invites you to our last event of the semester, on Wed. Dec 1st at 8PM in Paresky: FRANCOPHONE TRIVIA NIGHT. We will test your knowledge of francophone culture, eat some croque-monsieur and have FUN!
You can come with your team (3 to 5 people) or we can assign you to one. Can’t wait to see you there!

‘Dark’ Screening

Dark TV Series

The German TAs invite you to the screening of the German hit series Dark. We will be screening 1 or 2 episodes per week in original language with subtitles every Thursday at 7:00 PM in Hopkins 001, beginning on November 4.

Thursday, November 4 @7pm | Hopkins Hall

The Second Arabic Calligraphy Workshop was a big hit!

On Thursday 11/18 at 5.00 PM Williams students enjoyed the second Arabic calligraphy workshop in the Language Lab, Hollander Hall. This time, students learned how to write names and new Arabic letters using calligraphy styles. We discovered some great talents in Arabic Calligraphy and we look forward to seeing Williams students develop their abilities in this amazing skill.

Hat’s geschmeckt?

Hat geschmeckt! On Monday, November 15th, both German and Non-German Williams students alike came together to make some fresh Spätzle-Noodles and prepare a classic Swabian Käsespätzle. Afterwards we all enjoyed traditional Palatschinken with Nutella and Jam for toppings. Thank you for participating!

French Pyjama Party

The French Club would like to thank you for coming to the Soirée Pyjama. We had so much fun with you all! We loved hearing your anecdotes and experiences during “story time,” and we hope we will be able to do it again. It’s always a pleasure to spend time with you all, speaking French, eating snacks, drinking hot chocolate and getting to know each of you better. 
Keep a look out for our next and last event of the semester 😉 
The French Club


Study-Abroad Info Session for Chinese-speaking Regions

Join the student panel to find out more on Tuesday, November 16 at 4:15 pm.

Upcoming Virtual Study Away Info Sessions

Curious about study away opportunities? Check these online meetings.

Gaither Junior Fellowship at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

This year the program areas will include:

  • U.S. foreign policy
  • Nuclear policy
  • Technology and International Affairs
  • Middle East (language skills required)
  • International Security and Political Economy
  • Asia Program (China and Japan, language skills required) 
  • Russia and Eurasia (language skills required)
  • Africa 

✣ The deadline will be December 15, and Williams can nominate up to three candidates.