Yoga in Spanish with Professor Bekah Johnson
- When: Saturday, March 6th at 10:00am
- Where: Chrouser 152
- RSVP: www.tinyurl.com/LRCyogainspanish
I'll Push You Movie Night
- When: Thursday, March 11 and March 18th at 7:00pm
- Where: Barrows Auditorium
- RSVP: Click Here
French Game Night
- When: Friday, March 12th at 7:00pm
- Where: LRC-WYN 307
- RSVP: www.tinyurl.com/LRCgamenight
Chinese Game Night
- When: Saturday, March 13th at 6:30pm
- Where: BLANCH 455
Farwell My Concubine-Chinese Movie Night
- When: Saturday, March 27th at 7:00pm
- Where: BLANCH 339
Past Spring 2021 Events
February 8-19, 2021 - "Vocabulary- Paintings, Prints, and Drawings" by Sheldon Till-Campbell. On view in the Walford Gallery in Adams Hall from 9am - 5pm.
"Dear Students, I put this show together with you in mind specifically. The exhibition is a formalized way for me to show you "what I’ve got so far" and ask you what you think of it. I hope that my show is a useful resource for you in your own projects, and I hope it gets you excited to go make art.
This show is about the practice of working things out on paper- that is to say, sketching. I'm trying to use sketching to learn a visual vocabulary I can use to talk about what I see. The basic units of visual vocabulary are formal qualities- sets of relationships between things within an image."
Chinese Language and Culture Club (CLACC)- Showcases and celebrates traditional Chinese culture and educate the campus community about it.
YouAi- YouAi (友·爱) is a monthly event, hosted jointly by the Chinese program and the Chinese Language and Culture Club, which aims to create an all-Chinese speaking environment, a mutual support network, and an interactive community among students of Chinese
Mandarin Table- Students meet in the cafeteria for casual conversation and Mandarin language practice over dinner once a week. Thursdays 6:30 - 7:30 pm (temporarily suspended due to COVID-19) Location: Anderson Commons dining hall (aka SAGA)
Old English Reading Group- Meets for an hour every Friday afternoon to read Old English texts together, with an emphasis on reading aloud and enjoying the beauty and the power of the literature in the original. This group uses heavily glossed texts, so there’s no need to have any prior experience with Old English (or any other language) in order to participate. Contact Dr. Benjamin Weber: email@example.com
French Table Conversation Club- Join your fellow francophiles in Anderson Commons for casual conversation and language practice over dinner at least once a week.
German Club (Der Deutsch Verein)- Designed to promote understanding and excitement for the German language and culture among members of the College community. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish Table- Led by a student with advanced skills, students meet in the cafeteria for casual conversation and language practice over dinner at least once a week. Any member of the campus community who is interested in using or improving language skills is welcome to join the group.
Sigma Delta Pi- Spanish honor society that promotes the study and scholarship of the Spanish language, always acknowledging Christ as their center and helper in the process.