In 2021 Fall, SUStech Center for Language Education will open a Latin club to expand the selection of foreign languages for any students or faculty members who wish to learn this famous “ancient language”.
Starting September 15th, Latin Club will meet bi-weekly on (every other) Wednesday at 7 p.m. There are eight sessions and various topics including basic linguistics of the Latin language, Roman history and culture, medical terminologies, and even a guest speaker if possible. The diverse topics would open more possibilities to students and faculty members from different fields, hoping to present a platform for interdisciplinary studies. The club aims to provide an introduction to this sophisticated ancient language as well as to help students build their English vocabulary through Latin stems and roots. Learning Latin would be extremely beneficial for anyone who wishes to pursue further in English studies, law schools, and medical schools.
Latin Club welcomes all! Perge Fortiter!
On March 11, the CLE Latin Club welcomed its first session.
Continuing the topic from last week, on December 15th CLE Latin club hosted its second lecture with Professor Elizabeth Fisher on the topic "Women in Augustan poetry of Ovid"...