Event Calendar

Monday, December 9, 2019

Tomorrow - Mon, Dec 9, 2019

German Table

German Table

Enjoy informal conversations with students who have studied in Germany, the German faculty members, the German language assistants and other native speakers.

Math & Stats Table, Mondays at noon in Terrace Room A

Math & Stats Table

Please join us for this informal weekly gathering of math/stat faculty and students for lunch and conversation. It’s a fun opportunity to meet other students interested in math and statistics and to get to know your professors in a casual atmosphere. We hope you will join us!

Release

Release is an open forum for Amherst community members to talk about race, ethnicity, cultural identity, and current events impacting us at Amherst and beyond. Conversations center the experiences and voices of people of color.

Students Only

Foundations of Resume and Cover Letter Writing

Did you know that on average recruitment managers spend 5 to 7 seconds analyzing applications to determine if a candidate should be brought in for an interview? Come learn about the techniques needed to create resumes and cover letters that best markets your unique skills and experiences to land summer internships and future job opportunities.
*This workshop will fulfill the Internship Preparation Workshop requirement for the Charles Hamilton Houston Internship Program.*

Arabic Language Table for Third-Year Arabic Students

This Arabic language table is a weekly conversation group for third-year Arabic students. We meet every Monday in the upstairs seating section of the Valentine Dining Hall, and anyone who can communicate in Arabic at the third-year level is welcome to attend. Syonara Tomoum will be present as a moderator.

Students Only
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Chatime: (In)visibility & Asian American Studies Womxn Scholars

Join the Asian American Studies Working Group and Asian Students Association for the second-ever Chatime, an ongoing panel featuring Amherst's Asian American Studies scholars. This semester, we’re discussing gendered (in)visibility within the Asian American and Asian American Studies community. What does it mean to be an Asian American womxn and where are their stories? Featuring writers-in-residence Min Jin Lee and Thirii Myint, and CHI Fellow Lili Kim. Refreshments provided!
Presented by Amherst students enrolled in Asian American Feminisms with Professor Miliann Kang at UMass.

Concert by the Voice Studio of Ann Maggs

Enjoy a terrific mix of jazz, Broadway and ethnopop songs performed by Amherst College voice students of Ann Maggs. The concert is free and open to the public.

Relaxation Stations: A Survivor-Centered Self-Care Event

Join the Peer Advocates for Sexual Respect and the Women’s and Gender Center for a relaxing night of journaling, creating personalized self-care kits, coloring, body-scrub making, cookies AND massages! Supplies and massages will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. All are welcome to attend!
For accessibility and accommodations, please contact wgc@amherst.edu or 413-542-5667.

Japanese Breakfast Promotional Poster

WAMH 89.3 FM PRESENTS! Japanese Breakfast!

WAMH 89.3 FM (Amherst College Radio), the Asian Students Association, and the Women & Gender Center are proud to present Japanese Breakfast live!
Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner not only boasts an expansive discography of indie pop, making her one of the staples of the indie festival circuit (playing shows in the past year at Lollapalooza, Shaky Hands, and Voodoo Music and Arts Festival, to name a few). She’s also establishing herself as a powerful force in the writing world and as a video producer. Don’t miss the opportunity to see her perform! Free and open to all Five College students!