French News

The French are said to have a certain joie de vivre to them and to understand better that cultural aspect, French students at the College of Liberal Arts are taught to communicate in the language of France and to understand the people who do so as their first language. Temple students majoring, minoring or pursuing a certificate in French learn to effectively speak and write. They’re also immersed in the media and culture of France and are encouraged to study abroad and become global citizens. Wherever French students’, alumni’s and faculty member’s studies and travels take them, we’ll cover it here. Read the stories below and please contact us if you have a story of your own you think we should tell.

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College of Liberal Arts Dean Richard Deeg addresses our students, alumni, faculty and staff on the crucial topics of diversity, race and anti-bias.

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Senior Audrey Kutryan, a global studies and French major, shares her experience at the College of Liberal Arts’ recent Mazur Alumni Networking event. The annual event gives CLA students a guided, pressure-free opportunity to network with alumni and fellow students.

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During a recent trip to Philadelphia International Airport, 19 College of Liberal Arts students learned about dozens of paid internship opportunities while seeing how the government shutdown was affecting real people.