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Upcoming special events:
Please join us for the brand new Club de Cuentos (Spanish Book Club) on Thursday, November 9th from 3-4pm in GH 308! We’ll be discussing two (very!) short stories – “Mi abuela” and “Orgullo.”
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For more information, please contact Victoria Tissera (email@example.com).
If you cannot make it on that day, don’t worry! A second meeting will be held on Thursday, November 30th from 3-4pm in GH 308.
We hope to see you there!
Recent special events:
January 26, 2017
Korean American Student Association (KASA) and Korean Basic Language program are hosting a Korean Lunar New Year celebration in the Language Oasis (GH 308) on Thursday, January 26th from 6-8pm. Come and learn how Koreans celebrate this holiday by trying on the Korean traditional dresses, playing Korean folk games and eating Korean food. Please contact Hanae Kim with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Dept. of French and Francophone Studies welcomed Kerith Iverson, Governmental and Public Affairs Officer of the Quebec Governmental Office in Chicago to present the Quebec Governmental Office and talk about different study and research opportunities for Chicago college students in the province of Quebec.
The LCLC offered a mini festival of Korean films to welcome Korean to UIC.
Marwen Daher, lecturer in French and Francophone Studies, gave a short introduction to hip-hop and a quick dance lesson for beginners.
GLC Featured Scholar Workshop – Students in the Global Learning Community Seminar participated in a conversation with Kevin Kenny (History, Boston College) on his book Diaspora: A Very Short Introduction (2013).
Gathering in support of Charlie Hebdo: Faculty, undergraduates, graduates, alumni gathered to discuss the Charlie Hebdo affair.