Tag: French

French Tables resume for fall

The free French conversation tables resume this fall with regular meetings open to all, regardless of proficiency, at the Common Grounds Coffeehouse. Student and native speaker of French, Charline Roy, will host conversation hours Tuesdays at 2 p.m. and Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. when school is in session. In addition, additional hours are available, at […]

Make plans for ‘Molière Than Thou’ in October

Back by popular demand, the gleefully giddy one-man show “Molière Than Thou” returns to UW-Green Bay on Monday night, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m. in the Christie Theatre. Actor Tim Mooney will once again demonstrate that the humor of the celebrated French satirist is timeless. The show is in English. Tickets will be $5 for […]

Reminder: Art Agency has Valentine’s Day items

The student Art Agency has a Valentine’s “Pop-up Shop” in the 407 Gallery today and Tuesday (Feb. 13 and 14). Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. All sorts of good stuff for sale. See our previous post. French Luncheon is another possibility
 Our friends at the Union offer this: “Still looking for […]

Un dîner français romantique?

Feb. 14 is your deadline to purchase tickets for the French Luncheon that will take place noon Friday, Feb. 17, in the Union’s Phoenix Room. Delicious French cuisine, a slideshow of students and faculty in France, and remarks by Prof. E. Nicole Meyer are on the menu. (The actual dinner menu is at www.uwgb.edu/union/cultural-cuisine/index.asp.)  The […]

Conversation tables in Arabic and German, too

The other day we shared postings about the conversation tables for French and Spanish language speakers and students. We’ve since learned (below) of comparable offerings in Arabic and German. Here’s the full list for fall 2011: · Arabic (beginners level) meets T and W from 11-12 in TH 380 · Arabic (advance level) meets W […]

You, too, can speak Spanish… every Thursday… and French, twice

La Tertulia — the Spanish conversation hour — takes place every Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in the Union’s Phoenix Club. Organized by the Spanish program, the informal gathering invites students, staff and faculty from beginning speakers to experienced conversationalist to take part.  “It is open to everyone, regardless of level,” says Prof. Gabriel Saxton-Ruiz. See […]