Neo Mokgwathi is a senior at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. As the campus coordinator at Williams, she has big plans for how SLE will enhance cultural awareness for American and international students alike.
When you’ve been surrounded by an international community for most of your life, differences in culture are central to your experience.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Haiti? If you’re like one of Dan Louis’ students in his SLE Creole course at Columbia, it probably has something to do with an earthquake and not much else.
We asked Rexy Josh Dorado (Brown ’14 and founder of the Kaya Collaborative) about his experiences with SLE. Here’s what he had to say:
In the twenty-first century, people interacting with more than one culture is rare and yet common at the same time.