Tag: French

Humanistic Studies honors top students


Last Friday (May 8), Humanistic Studies hosted an awards ceremony for outstanding students and scholarship winners. Student honorees were:
 Humanistic Studies Scholarships
 Harold and Edna Bickford Endowed Scholarship – Taylor Navis 
Coryll Crandall Memorial Scholarship – Danielle Eder
 Thomas E. Daniels Memorial Scholarship – Samantha Molina
 Lise Lotte Gammeltoft Memorial Scholarship – Faith Lent
 Modern […]

Modern Languages program acknowledges top students

The Modern Language Award Ceremony took place Thursday and honored the following outstanding students:
 French
 Applied Use of French – Nicole Phillips
 Academic Excellence in French – Katie Crews 
German
 Applied Use of German – Mitchell Harings
 Academic Excellence in German – Ashley Deprey-Peeters Spanish
 Applied Use of Spanish – Julio Morales III
 Applied Use […]

Reminder on French anti-Semitism lecture

“The Jewish Question in Post-Revolutionary France: Reflections on Jews, Jewishness and Anti-Semitism (1789-present)” is the title of a free program at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday (April 29) in the University Union’s Christie Theatre. Author and researcher Gayle Zachmann, a University of Florida professor, is the guest speaker. She will discuss France’s history as the first European […]

French program to host lecture on ‘The Jewish Question’ in France, 1789-present

“The Jewish Question in Post-Revolutionary France: Reflections on Jews, Jewishness and Anti-Semitism (1789-present)” is the title of a free and interdisciplinary public program at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 29) in the University Union’s Christie Theatre. Author and researcher Gayle Zachmann, a University of Florida professor, is the guest speaker. Zachmann will discuss the apparent dichotomy […]

En hommage à Camus, Tuesday evening

Here’s a reminder that an evening devoted to celebrating the life and works of Nobel-winning author and absurdist philosopher Albert Camus, in French, is set for Tuesday, Oct. 15, in Green Bay. Visiting international scholar Luisa Etxenike will present “En hommage à Camus” at 6:30 p.m. at Kavarna Coffeehouse, 143 N. Broadway St. The event […]

En hommage à Camus

An evening devoted to celebrating the life and works of Nobel-winning author and absurdist philosopher Albert Camus, in French, is set for Tuesday, Oct. 15, in Green Bay. Visiting international scholar Luisa Etxenike will present “En hommage à Camus” at 6:30 p.m. at Kavarna Coffeehouse, 143 N. Broadway St. The event is organized by the […]

Say bonjour on French Day at UW-Green Bay, this Thursday

More than 200 people — French students and teachers from across Wisconsin — will be visiting campus to enjoy the annual UW-Green Bay French Day on Thursday (April 18). Prof. E. Nicole Meyer describes it as an exciting day for the University’s academic program in French and campus and community Francophiles. Be sure to say […]

At least they had Paris: Students enjoy Packers/49ers game

Traveling abroad over the winter break, UW-Green Bay French 499 and HUS 499 students managed to catch both Packer playoff games telecast live while they were in Paris. We’re told the Vikings game kicked off at 2 a.m. Paris time, and the 49ers game started even later than that. Whether in Paris or Green Bay, […]

‘Hedgehog’ opens 2013 Green Bay Film Society series

The Green Bay Film Society’s Spring International Film Series begins 7 p.m. Wednesday (Jan. 16) at the Neville Public Museum. The first screening is the 2009 French film The Hedgehog, based on the best-selling novel The Elegance of the Hedgehog. The plot follows Paloma, a serious and highly articulate but deeply bored 11-year-old who has […]

French Club brings back Moliere, the 17th century French satirist

Le Cercle Francais, the student French club at UW-Green Bay, is bringing back the always-popular stage show “Moliere than Thou.” The program is set for 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, in the Christie Theatre on the lower level of the University Union. Admission is $2 for students and $5 for community members. The famous French […]