Our club is a diverse group of Tri-College students who are committed to learning about and promoting East Asian Studies, Chinese language, and culture. The students involved in this group come from many disciplinary areas and various backgrounds including people majoring in East Asian Studies, History, Mass. Comm, Political Science, Computer Information Systems, Accounting, and International Business. We also have members who are natives of the United States, China, Taiwan , Vietnam, and Japan (just to name a few).The Chinese Club welcomes new members and the community to attend all events sponsored by our organization, including the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Chinese New Year celebration and various other cultural events held throughout the year.
The Japan Club is a student group committed to learning about and promoting Japanese language and culture.
We love celebrating Hispanic culture while educating the university community with music, dance, food, language, popular culture, movies, and local service projects. We have been actively involved in the F/M community for over 20 years. Our members get a chance to speak Spanish and interact with Spanish-speaking individuals from around the world as we have fun and collaborate on meaningful projects such as the Día de los muertos celebration, the Spanish Immersion program at Ellen Hopkins Elementary School, and Adopt-a-Highway. Spanish Club is also a great place to network with other students who have studied abroad or done internships where they use the language skills they gained in class. Faculty members are directly involved in advising the club helping officers develop leadership skills and prepare for careers beyond the university.The current advisor to the Spanish Club is: Professor Benjamin Smith, who can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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