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To: Current first-years, sophomores, juniors
2019 EphVentures leader Info session in Paresky Auditorium on Dec 10
6:30-7:30pm for ETA, Leading Minds, Root, Team Eph, Where Am I?
7:30-8:30pm for WOOLF (only first-years eligible to apply)
Self-nominations for 2019-2020 Neighborhood Director positions go live on Monday, January 7th. See the description page for more information about the ND role. Juniors and seniors with NLT and/or JA experience are encouraged to apply!
We are making a paper chain; help us make it a giant one! Please drop by the Chaplain's Office or Academic Resources to share a struggle or a complaint or a joy or a gratitude for exam season on a link to be in chain around the balcony.
The E3 Academy is a competency-based program designed for students who are over-age and under-credited and at risk of dropping out. We are looking for Williams students who can commit 2-4 hrs a week to help students with design/engineering/coding/ projects and sports activities.
Looking 4-5 Williams students who can collaborate with YMCA/Roots program coordinator to design an after-school mentoring program for 8th graders from Drury High School. 2-4 hrs per week during winterstudy and spring semester.
If you are studying abroad in the Spring or can't bring your books home email me at email@example.com or drop them in the Fitch 302A common room. If you are going home (and have books) bring them back for WS. Book drive for BCHoC over WS!
Super Stressbusters in Paresky
Plenty of food and sweets in Baxter
Make Sweet & Salty Scrubs
Sheliaa Hite the spiritual tarot master reader
Paraffin Wax for Hands
Join the Law Society for a much-needed break from school and studying at 8pm in Schapiro 141 on Monday, December 10th! There will be pizza and baked goods from Spring Street Market, among other snacks!
Apply for a 2019 Projects for Peace Fellowship to win a $10,000 grant for a summer project that promotes peace or addresses social conflict anywhere in the world. Applications due January 21, 2019. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Join us for cider and dessert on Wednesday, December 12 from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Special Collections galleries on the fourth floor of the library for a curated exhibition put together by the students in ENGL, WGSS, AMST 113.
Sawyer Library, Special Collections Galleries Wed, December 12th, 2018 @ 7:00 pm Bethany Hicok - English
Please visit the link below for a message to all Williams students from the director, dramaturg, and facilitator of Theatre's spring production of Stephen Adly Guirgis's The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, scheduled to begin rehearsing in February and present in early March 2019. We encourage anyone who may be considering being involved in the project to reach out to Shadi Ghaheri, … Continue reading "Audition Invitation to Community Members"
Automatic delivery of prescriptions ends on Monday 12/10/18. To pick up prescriptions between 8:30am Tuesday 12/11 and noon Tuesday 12/18, you MUST call Walgreens (413 458-2138) to make a special delivery. See full message for more info.
Please join our honors thesis students: Ian Banta, Iona Binnie, Felix Knollman, Cielo Perez, Brendan Rosseau, Jeremy Thaller and Ross Yu.
They will be presenting their thesis talks on Monday, December 10, 2018 at 2PM, TPL 205.
Student Employment walk-in hours will continue until the winter break on the following schedule: Mondays 12:00pm-1:00pm and Tuesdays 4:00pm-5:00pm. Last walk-in hours of the semester will be on December 18th and all sessions will be in the Human Resources Office. Please get any Student Employment related loose ends tied up and questions answered before the break!
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