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What's new

    New Arabic LSA+
  • New Arabic LSA+ in Rabat, Morocco
  • Starting Summer 2015
    Second-Year Arabic
    (pending approval)
    Be sure to start Arabic 1 this fall!

    For more information, please contact the Frank J. Guarini Institute or Professor Jonathan Smolin.
  • Students Aid in Recovery of 3.11 (2011) Tsunami Area, August 2013
  • LSA+ Japan 2013 Tohoku Volunteering Eight students from the Language Study Abroad Program in Chiba/Tokyo and faculty member Jim Dorsey spent five days volunteering in the northeastern (tōhoku) region of Japan, helping in the recovery efforts in regions devastated by the earthquake and tsunami that struck the region on 11 March 2011 Bunking in the volunteer center attached to the Nishi Honganji Temple in Sendai City, the crew worked in both the Natori and Wakabayashi areas. Alongside a steady stream of volunteers from Musashino University and elsewhere, the Dartmouth team pulled weeds, sort washed up debris for recycling, and restored a vegetable plot. The work was backbreaking, but made worthwhile by frequent, sincere words of thanks-arigatoo gozaimashita-from the local residents. Read more in the article featured in the Dartmouth Now: http://now.dartmouth.edu/2013/10/students-join-tsunami-clean-up-effort-while-studying-abroad-in-japan/
  • Student News Update
  • Click "Student News: Japan Track" to see what DAMELL students in the Japanese track have been doing recently in Japan.

Announcements

  • Residency at MAHA Arabic Language Community (formerly on the ground floor of Topliff, now part of the Global Village)

  • Residency at the Chinese Language House (CLH)
  • Would you like to practice your Chinese? Why not consider the Chinese Language House (36 North Main St)? Residency at the House is intended for students of Chinese language only.

  • Nihongo Table
  • Every Tuesday, 1-2 pm, 218 Collis.
    For anyone who is interested in Japan or speaking in Japanese, Japanese teachers and students will meet you for a casual chat!

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