March Book Club: Michelle Obama

With March being Women’s History Month, we want to acknowledge that for our book club and discuss two episodes of Michelle Obama’s podcast! Considering that there are quite a few episodes, we have narrowed it down to two: Working Women (from September 9th 2020) and Across Generations (from September 10th 2020). The podcast is available on Spotify, but you can also find it here for free: https://www.globalplayer.com/podcasts/42Kscw/ . If you

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Sign Language Workshop

As language students, most of us are familiar with learning a second (or third) language, but one that is very special but even more so important is Sign Language. For this two-hour workshop, you don’t need to know the language, since you’ll be learning the basics with us! We are thrilled to be collaborating with Milena Nakashima, who will be teaching us the basics of what it means to talk

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Spring Drinks

Spring’s here! To celebrate the melted ice and returned warmth, join Etc for drinks this Sunday. We’d love to hear your plans for spring! See you then!! Join here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86809813878?pwd=bGpkZldvV0JUMVJMbFJPNy9aOTBKZz09  

Book Club: LLACE x Writer’s Block

LLACE is back with a new book club, but this time, we are collaborating with Writer’s Block. For the event, we will be discussing their 45th issue, which you can find here: https://writersblockmagazine.com/2021/01/15/writers-block-45/ . Join us for discussions about the different works in the genres of short stories, poetry, photography, flash fiction, and artwork. You’ll get the chance to share your thoughts on the pieces you particularly enjoyed, talk to

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Bake and Chat with LLACE

Do you have what it bakes – sorry, takes? Join LLACE for our baking event and get the opportunity for some social interaction that we all lack nowadays. Feel free to bring your already finished baked goods to the event or to bake along while we chat, it doesn’t batter. You will also get an insight into what kinds of events ACE could host, and maybe it’ll spark your interest

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AE: Life After English

Have you recently graduated with a degree in English Language and Culture and are you considering your options? Have you been working for a while and are you thinking about making a career switch? Or are you studying and looking to network and make some new connections? Join us online for this years ‘Life after English: 2021 online edition’ for networking, inspiration and advice. This careers and networking session, aimed

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TB: January Book Club

This book club was different from the previous ones – there was not a lot of laughter as usual, and no game, because it just didn’t feel appropriate with a topic as heavy as the one in ‘The Tattooist of Auschwitz’. But like David said, the book club wasn’t fun, but things don’t always have to be fun – and he’s absolutely right. It’s important to have serious conversations about

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Carol Bingo Film Night

Join the zoom here, the link to the film will be shared in the chat: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88043005291?pwd=bEdyWG9OSFZxYnowdkh0MGJUTCtmUT09 Its been a hot second, but if you wished you’d watched Carol last Christmas but missed it: this is your chance! Filled with dramatic, smouldering stares, conveniently forgotten gloves and a whole bunch of Cate Blanchett hair flips, this is an unforgettable film to warm your January. Link will be provided here, on Facebook

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LLACE’s January Book Club

Topic: LLACE’s January Book club Time: Jan 21, 2021 07:00 PM Amsterdam Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2297898575?pwd=KzBJd3NoWEt1bW5yQTZGSUpWSzc3Zz09 Meeting ID: 229 789 8575 Passcode: wMRc8T 2020 is (almost) over, and we are here to welcome the new year with our first book club of 2021! For this event, we have decided on the genres of Memoir and/or biographies. The majority of you have voted for The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris,

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Yearbook Committee 2021

This year has certainly been a memorable one, and that’s why the 2020-2021 yearbook will be one to remember! To not let this year and the unique experience slip by undocumented we need to put together a committee of creative minds, writers, and editors, who find a way to capture this extraordinary, this strange and confusing study year with all its ups and downs, challenges, and experiences. In previous years

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