Esperanto Club

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The Esperanto Club of the College of William and Mary was founded in 2008 by Nicholas Woods "To promote the knowledge of the language Esperanto and to create opportunities to learn, speak, and appreciate the language" [1]. The club was briefly affiliated with Hello WM (a no longer active student-led language teaching program), but maintained its own autonomy.

Esperanto is a constructed language designed to be easy to learn and facilitate international communication.

References

Material in the Special Collections Research Center

  • Review the Student Organizations Collection, University Archives Subject File Collection, and many other collections found in the SCRC Collections Database.
  • The Colonial Echo yearbook as well as The Flat Hat and other student newspapers and publications are also important sources.

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