Russian Tea (Русский чай)
Stop by for tea and conversation! Hosted by Rossina Soyan, teaching assistant for the Russian Language Program.
The fall 2015 semester dates and topics include:
September 8 – Let’s Get to Know Each Other (Russian ice breakers)
September 22 – Let's Travel Around the World (Geography trivia and games)
October 13 – Осень... (Learn a song about the most romantic Russian season and make leaf collages)
October 27 – Horror, Russian-Style (Russian horror characters and fortune-telling)
November 10 – Drama Session (The famous Russian fairy tale "Repka/Turnip")
December 1 – New Year's Surprise (Celebrate New Year's the way every Russian family does)
For details, contact Rossina Soyan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Russian Contemporary Film Festival (Exclusively at Brandeis!)
Join us for five acclaimed Russian contemporary films! Films are in Russian with English subtitles. All screenings begin at 7:00 p.m. Location details TBD.
September 24: My Dad is Baryshnikov
October 1: Another Year
October 8: The Admirer
October 15: Thirst
October 22: Jolly Fellows
Lecture by Dmitry Bykov
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Location and time TBD
Dmitry Bykov is one of Russia’s most colorful, versatile, and recognizable public intellectuals: he writes poetry, fiction, biographies, and criticism, and is a co-founder of the Citizen Poet project, which showcases his satirical political poetry.
Brandeis University Mega Language Lunch
Tuesday, November 17, 2015, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
Celebrate the linguistic diversity of Brandeis! Individual tables will host speakers of various languages offered and spoken at Brandeis. All levels are welcome! Stay for the entire time or just a few minutes—the only rule is that you must use the language of the table you’re visiting (no English allowed!)