The Arabic Club is a culture organization connected to the Arabic language program at Marquette University. It introduces the students to the full range of the Arab World's rich cultural history and heritage, both classical and modern through periodical events and meetings throughout the semester. Some of the topics and areas you will be able to explore are Arab cinema, Islamic civilization, food, music and fold dancing. Meets through out the semester. Open to all Marquette students.
Dr. Enaya Othman, Faculty Advisor
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Marquette Chinese language and Charity club is an organization based on Chinese culture and language. It’s connected to the Chinese Program at Marquette. Our goal is to help students at Marquette come to understand and enjoy learning the Chinese language and culture through numerous events. Prior events have been trips to Chinatown Chicago, Chinese Movies, and Dinners at local Chinese restaurants in Milwaukee.
Ms. Jing Zhai, Faculty advisor
Brett Hornung (President)
The Marquette University Italian Club was founded in 2003 to allow students to learn about and participate in Italian culture. Past events have included Italian dinners, movie nights, learning and performing Italian dances, Bocce Ball tournaments, and our annual St. Joseph's Day feast. Our club is all about appreciating Italian culture. We don't require any Italian descent to be a member of the club. We are a "fun" club that is open to all who are interested and love feedback from our members.
Nicholas Smeriglio- Vice President
Domenic Savaglio- Treasurer
Samantha Jennings- Social Media Coordinator
Ms. Claudia Pessarelli Adjunct Faculty Advisor
"The National German Honor Society, Delta Phi Alpha, seeks to recognize excellence in the study of German and to provide an incentive for higher scholarship. The Society aims to promote the study of the German language, literature and civilization and endeavors to emphasize those aspects of German life and culture which are of universal value and which contribute to humanity's eternal search for peace and truth."
Events sponsored by Chapter Gamma Iota at Marquette include;
Dr. John Pustejovsky, Faculty Advisor
Eta Sigma Phi, The National Classics Honorary Society
Pi Delta Phi, established in 1906, is the French National Honor Society for undergraduate and graduate students at accredited public and private colleges and universities in the United States. There are currently more than 330 chapters of the Society in the United States and two representative chapters at the American Universities in Paris and Aix-en-Provence in France. The society was admitted to membership in the Association of College Honor Societies in 1967.
Founded at the University of Berkeley in 1919, Sigma Delta Pi strives to unite university students of Spanish who are inspired by the language and the rich culture of ideas from Spain and Latin America. It is the only organization officially recognized by the American Association of College Honor Societies in the area of Hispanic studies. Currently it has 582 chapters throughout the U.S.