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  • French LLC

    Sign up now for the French LLC (Living and Learning Community) For more information, email: Arthur.Gavat@Dartmouth.edu

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  • Study Away Panel Event

    Wednesday, January 18, 2023 3:45pm – 5:00pm Common Ground, Collis Center Sponsored by: Guarini Institute for International Education (OCP) Intended Audience(s): Public Categories: Arts and Sciences Students are invited to join us in Collis Common Ground on Wednesday, January 18th from 4-5 pm for a diverse panel of upperclassmen who have studied away on Guarini Institute programs. These program alumni will reflect on their experiences and share advice to students interested in studying away. Come for the snacks, stay for the conversation! This event is being organized by Student Alumni Mentors at the Guarini Institute who have all studied away on at least one off-campus program. To learn more about Student Alumni Mentors at the Guarini Institute please read more here: https://guarini.dartmouth.edu/about/people/student-alumni-mentors Please register for the event to let us know more about you and what you are interested in hearing about from the panel. We look forward to seeing you! Doors open at 3:45 PM. Direct link to registration form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe3kpIz9Qm-unjl0ErmLv4yPo7GEKKx23lWepO141MyPFt4XA/viewform For more information, contact: Noelle Warinsky noelle.l.warinsky@dartmouth.edu Permanent URL to this event: https://guarini.dartmouth.edu/events/event?event=69046 Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

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  • Italian Fairy Tales and Their Tellers

    In her new book, associate professor Nancy Canepa offers a panoramic view of the Italian fairy tale tradition and shows how the age-old form remains among the most enduring kinds of storytelling.

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  • PARIS FSP STUDENTS CRUISE THE RIVER SEINE

    This winter's FSP students have begun their exploration of France with a ride on a classic bateau-mouche, the iconic boats that glide from the Cathédrale Notre-Dame to the Eiffel Tower and back again.

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  • yasser elhariry

    Scholars from around the world will convene at Dartmouth Nov. 10 and 11 to explore literary texts through the framework of sound—working across traditions, histories, and languages to reconnect with literature's oral and aural origins.

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