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Social Change Film Series: Too Black to Be French

In this documentary film, Isabelle Boni-Claverie explores the role of race and the persistence of racism in France, as well as the impact of the French colonial past. Through an exploration of her personal family history, and interviews with historians and academics, TOO BLACK TO BE FRENCH peels… Continue reading »

Cap & Bells — Auditions Extended!

Cap & Bells is doing RENT  this Fall!  Auditions are still open.  Saturday, 9/14 Spencer Living Room, 3-5 pm Link to “Rent” Link to “Seasons of Love”   Want to channel Broadway?   Here’s your chance. Don’t be shy!  This audition… Continue reading »

Williams SPAM cook-off!

Williams SPAM cook-off! (with vegetarian option) click here to go to the facebook event page! On November 10th, six teams of students will showcase their culinary talents by competing in an epic cook-off battle. Students will choose either spam or tofu as their main ingredient, and… Continue reading »


The Black Student Union will be hosting BLACKADEMIES Tuesday, May 11, 2010 at 7pm in Goodrich Hall. Tokens of appreciation will be presented to faculty, staff and students of Williams College that have made significant contributions to the success of the Black Student Union during the 2009-2010 academic year. Join… Continue reading »

Asian American Heritage Month 2010

April is Asian American Heritage Month! Check out all the exciting events we have planned throughout the month. Thursday, April 8: Keynote Speaker : author of The Chopsticks-Fork Principle, Cathy Bao Bean (more info at Paresky Theater, 7:30pm Dinner with Cathy Bao Bean at Sushi Thai Garden 5:30pm… Continue reading »