Adam Nossiter, West and Central Africa bureau chief for The New York Times, will speak on "Covering Africa for The New York Times: Journalism from the Bottom," as part of the Africa Initiative "Voices on Africa Series."
Pomona College will present the "Indigenous Language Symposium" on Saturday, Nov. 9 in Rose Hills Theatre, bringing together community language activists and linguists who are working towards the revitalization of Native American languages.
Through guest speakers, performers and a visiting African scholar each spring, the five-year Pomona College "Africa Initiative" will highlight the continent's ever-increasing importance, its emerging economies, and the vital role the region plays on the international stage.
Pomona-Pitzer Football's Duncan Hussey was featured in the Los Angeles Times Sports section on Sunday, in a column that illustrates the balance between athletics and academics for some students at Pomona.
Mietek Boduszynski, an assistant professor of politics and international relations at Pomona College, served as the first U.S. Embassy public affairs officer in Tripoli following the Libyan revolution in 2011 until earlier this year.