Modern Languages Student Club Information

Al-Zahra Club

For further information on the Arabic Club please contact Professor Soraya Wirth.

Chinese Cultural Club

The Chinese cultural club is open to all students interested in Chinese language and culture. The primary focus of the club is promoting Chinese culture through films, food, trips, social events and language learning. The club leaders and Chinese international students encourage all students to study abroad in China and learn Chinese culture and language. For further information please contact  Professor Alice Siqin Yang.

French Club

The French Club is open to all students interested in promoting the study of France on campus. A primary focus of activities is support of our Angers program: students who have studied in France meet regularly with those planning to study abroad for grammar review, 'survival tips,' and general discussion.

Joining is as simple as letting your professor know you are interested!

German Club

For further information on the German Club please contact Professor Marianne Hahn.

Italian Club

The Saint Mary's College Italian Club promotes Italian culture through films, lectures, cooking classes, "make your own pizza" nights and other related activities. Club officers, usually students who have studied with the Saint Mary's Program in Rome, work closely with the Italian faculty and with the Italian classes to encourage students to participate in the Rome Program and to partake of the cultural enrichment available to them through the study of Italian language and literature.

To join the Italian Club, contact your professor for information!

Spanish Club

The Saint Mary's College Spanish Club promotes the culture and language of the Spanish speaking world through films, lectures, dinners, social events and other related activities. Club officers, usually Spanish majors, work with the Spanish faculty to encourage students to study abroad and to experience the culture, literature and language of the Hispanic world. To join the Spanish Club contact your professor for information.