Foreign Language Club
They have several activities planned for the Spring 2013 Semester:
Mostly we just want to offer the students a place where they can practice their French or Spanish in a friendly environment!
Food and Film Club
The faculty-led club meets two times throughout the semester: once for a film and once for a food "field-trip." Its aim is to provide an informal place for teachers and students to talk about the cultures that they study.
The first meeting will be October 28th in Edwards 102 at 6:00 PM with a showing of a French horror movie called "Frontier(s)." Although it is a very violent and disturbing movie, the French faculty will explain how the terror hides a fascinating insight into the question of immigration in France and the weight of History.
The second meeting will be a food field trip to Pittsford, NY where we will visit a real French pastry shop and try French chocolates. Dates and times to be announced shortly. Watch this space!
Professor Marques-Muller meets with students every week for an informal conversation over lunch. All students are welcome to meet every Monday at 12:15 in the Seymour Union Cafeteria.
Come speak French with Professor Paine and fellow students over lunch. All topics are on the table and there are no judgments or grades. We eat together every Friday at 12:15 in the Jitterbugs Café.
American Democracy Project Lecture: Janet Poppendieck
5 pm - 5:45 pm