Intercultural Affairs, 288 Pulteney Street
Cultural Clubs Meet for Planning, Collaboration
Each semester, representatives from cultural, global awareness and social justice clubs share dinner and plan for upcoming events. The Biannual Planning Dinner, sponsored by the Offices of Intercultural Affairs and Student Activities, is meant to encourage networking, conversation and collaboration between students and the various cultural clubs at HWS. Students from the Asian Student Union, Lati...
ASU Commemorates Lunar New Year
The HWS Asian Student Union (ASU) will host its annual Lunar New Year Celebration on Saturday, Feb. 13. The event, commemorating the year of the fire monkey, will take place at the Geneva Ramada Lakefront Inn from 5:30 to 9 p.m.
The chef-prepared dinner will include a selection of foods from Indonesia, Thailand and Taiwan and performances will be given by students and traditional Lion dancers. Th...
Charity Date Auction
The Caribbean Student Association (CSA) invites members of the HWS community to its annual Charity Date Auction on Saturday, Feb. 13. Utilizing a game-show format, the event will take place at 5 p.m. in the Vandervort Room of the Scandling Campus Center.
Eighteen students -- representing various HWS volunteer communities --will be "auctioned off" for a date with the highest bidder. Additionally, ...
McIntosh Presents on Privilege
Noted scholar, feminist and anti-racism activist Peggy McIntosh will visit Hobart and William Smith to deliver a guest talk and meet with HWS and local community members as part of the Colleges' series of events commemorating the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
McIntosh's talk, "Understanding Privilege Systems: The Surprising Journey," will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 27, in the Va...
Serving in Brazil, 1965
In 1964, the year before Kathleen Swart Cadle '65 traveled to Recife, Brazil, to help build schools and engage with the local community, the military overthrew the government with promises of restoring the country from a perceived drift toward communism. However, the new regime became repressive and implemented severe institutional acts that compromised the civil liberties of Brazilians.
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