Each year, a student from France comes to live in the French House to organize activities and teach the 4th hour of French 203. This year's resident is Margot Chauveau, and she introduces herself in her own words....
Bismillah! Meet each Wednesday at 12:30 in the nave of McClurg with others who are interested in the language and culture of the Arabic speaking world. Stick around for coffee and a game of backgammon after lunch. You don't have to be fluent in Arabic to attend.
Anette Dietz is excited to be the director of the German House for the 2017/18 academic year. She comes from the beautiful medieval city of Nuremberg in Bavaria and is a junior psychology major and economics minor at the Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. She is a member of the largest scout troop in Nuremberg and enjoys hiking and ballroom dancing in her free time. She looks forward to sharing German traditions and culture with the community and also hopes to learn more about American culture as well as the many other cultures represented on campus.
Meet with faculty, staff, students, and community members for lunch every Wednesday at noon on the balcony of McClurg to practice your German skills or just listen in. You do not have to be fluent to participate.
The Spanish Department will be holding its "Mesa Española" every Tuesday at 1:00 and every Wednesday at noon on the balcony of McClurg. You do not need to be fluent in Spanish to attend. You just need to share a love of the Spanish language. It's fine to just sit and listen. All are welcome!