The Asian Identity Forum, a collaboration between South Asian Society (SAS), Asian Women Empowerment (AWE), Asian Society, MOSAIC (Mixed-Heritage Affinity), and Andover Korean Society (AKS), was held on December 11 in Underwood. The forum provided an opportunity for Asian students to gather, meet new people, and talk about their experiences on campus.
As the holiday season approaches, many festive events were held on campus this past weekend, including an Ugly Sweater Party, a “Lessons and Carols” service in Cochran Chapel, and a trip to Lynnfield Market Street for shopping and ice skating.
Games of the FIFA World Cup were screened in the Kemper Auditorium, Susie’s, and the Tang Institute for students to watch with their friends.
Hosted by the Class of 2025 Student Council Representatives, a munch and holiday movie screening were held in CaMD on the evening of December 9.
On December 15, the Addison Gallery of American Art hosted a virtual talk on their latest display: “Rosamond Purcell: Nature Stands Aside.” This showcase reflects 150 of Purcell’s photographs, collages, and installations. Viewers were led through the exhibition, and Gordon Wilkins, a curator at the Addison, highlighted the various works and themes presented.
Applications for the Learning in the World (LITW) Summer Program are due on January 9. The programs include A Greek Life: Athens, Greece; Civil Rights: The American Story; Berlin History, Culture, Language; and a variety of other worldwide opportunities. The application is available on the LITW program website.
Brit Bennett, author of “The Vanishing Half,” will speak on campus on January 13. Bennett will be the keynote speaker for MOSAIC’s Mixed Heritage Awareness Week