Students in College launch magazine in Arabic
College students Nick Posegay and Elysa Bryen were looking for a chance to challenge their learning of Arabic and bring together other students looking to expand their understanding of the notoriously difficult language. So they launched their own publication at the University of Chicago written entirely in Arabic.
NNAAC Fellow Sheen Atwa: I want to give others the chances I was given
Source: National Network for Arab American Communities
NNAAC’s Transformative Leaders Fellowship Program develops crucial leadership skills in select university students and recent graduates across the country through an ongoing partnership with our various member organizations.
Prestigious Paths Followed
Source: University of Miami
Over 7,500 miles away from the University of Miami, Cadet was awarded the opportunity to study Mandarin in China as part of her Critical Language Scholarship, a program of the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
India's Model for Tolerance
Source: BBC Travel
An article by CLS Alumnus Harrison Akins.
A World of Opportunities
Source: UNC College of Arts and Sciences
On Tuesday, November 15, GSLL hosted an event called a World of Opportunities. It was an opportunity for students to learn about Russian culture and study abroad options. The event was organized by a senior Russian Literature and Culture major, Leona Amosah.