Activities

Día internacional del libro: TRANS LATAM literature reading and talk

Taking into consideration the World Book Day, the Spanish Department in collaboration with VISTA will celebrate Caribbean and Latin American literature by reading and talking about poetry written by TRANS authors. Join us in our next event “Día internacional del libro: TRANS LATAM literature reading and talk” on Wednesday April 27th at 7pm in Goodrich 207. We will engage in conversation and enjoy delicious Colombian food. Also, by the end of the event, we will raffle books by TRANS authors written in Spanish so you can enjoy them on your own. We will be waiting for you! ❖ Wed, April 27, 2022, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm | Goodrich Hall 207 Continue reading »

Arabic Movie: Excuse My French

In this Egyptian comedy film, we follow the story of a Christian who is sent to a public school after his father's death and being mistaken for a muslim. ❖ Thursday, April 28 at 5:00pm | Hollander 241 Continue reading »

French Club: Francophone Breakfast

The French Club is happy to invite you to a francophone breakfast. There will be croissants, baguettes, crêpes, fruit juice and hot drinks. The best way to start your day, don’t you think? So join us this Saturday (4/30) from 10:30 am to 11:30 am in the Zilkha Center Kitchen. ❖ Sat. April, 30th. 10:30am-11:30am | Zilkha Center Kitchen Continue reading »

Film Screening: Vienna’s Lost Daughters

Vienna's Lost Daughters is a film about eight women who were forced to flee Vienna in 1938-39 because of their Jewish origins. They were part of the Children's Transport. This is a portrait of eight former residents of Vienna who found a new home in the USA. ❖ Tuesday 4/19 @6:30PM | Hopkins 001  * The TAs will host the screening and then hold a brief discussion afterwards. Continue reading »

Around the World

Hey there everyone! The Language Fellows and TA's from the CGLLC invite you all to our international event "Around the World"  that will take place at Sawyer Quad on May 5th at 5pm. Various language departments will come together to offer you the opportunity to experience different aspects of many cultures while tasting dishes and playing games from all over the world. Join us to have fun together and continue learning about Argentina, Austria, France, Germany, Hong Kong, La Reunion, Lebanon, Latvia, Mainland China, Morocco, Puerto Rico and Taiwan. See you there!  ❖ May 5 at 5:00pm | Sawyer Quad Continue reading »

Arabic Movie: Kafarnaum (Capernaum)

This Lebanese film tackles a controversial topic. In the film, we follow the story of a poor young boy who sues his parents in court for the crime of bringing him into the world. ❖ Thursday, April 7th @5.30pm-7pm | Hollander 241 Continue reading »

Ring in Spring!

To ring in spring, the Russian and German department invite you to some traditional Easter and spring activities - decorating eggs, making Easter bunnies and more! ❖ Wednesday, April 13⋅5:00-7:00pm | Dodd House Continue reading »

Mahjong Night

Referred to as the "quintessence of Chinese culture", Mahjong is one of the most popular and fascinating Chinese games. Come to Mahjong Night to learn the basic rules of Mahjong and play together for fun! ❖ Thursday, April 21 @7:00pm | Goodrich Payne Great Hall Refreshments will be provided! Continue reading »

French Club: Soccer (Football) Game Screening

PSG ou l’OM? Le Classique! Who will be the winner? Come and watch these two rival football (soccer here) teams face each other in one of the most anticipated Ligue 1 games. ❖ Thursday, April 21st at 7:30pm | Bascom Living Room (at the new Davis Center) * Pizza and snacks and drinks will be provided to make sure everyone has enough energy to scream and shout Continue reading »

Mardi Gras at Williams

The French Club invites you to celebrate Mardi Gras on Tuesday, March 1st from 4pm to 6pm, in Dodd Living Room. Come in your best costume to make delicious French crepes, listen to francophone music and decorate carnival masks. It will be a lot of fun, we hope to see you there! Continue reading »