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Slow Train Hosts Romantic Annual Multilingual Poetry Event

Slow Train Hosts Romantic Annual Multilingual Poetry Event

February 17, 2017

Some say that love is a universal language. This idea was explored Monday evening at Love in Many Tongues, a multilingual poetry reading at Slow Train Cafe. The Oberlin Center for Languages and Cultures organizes Love in Many Tongues each year as a way to promote the dozen languages offered at Oberlin — as well as others not offered — while simultaneously celebrating Valentine’s Day. Oberlin students, faculty and community members read poems and sang songs in a wide array of languages — r...

New Oberlin Center for Languages and Cultures Maps International Faculty Connections

Adiel Kaplan

September 28, 2012

Filed under Campus News, Community News, NEWS

The Oberlin Center for Languages and Cultures held its inaugural reception last Friday, when organizers presented plans for an ambitious new database called ObieMAPS. The OCLC, which was created this past spring through a $950,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation, officially launched this semester under the direction of Sebastian Faber, professor of Hispanic Studies and chair of Latin American Studies. The Center aims to strengthen Oberlin’s international outreach with easier access to study abroad programs, culture and language programs, and community outreach. The OCLC has begun working on several projects. One of these is ObieMAPS, a database which according to the OCLC website will allow “anyone on or off...

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